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Accession 


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SAN  FRANCISCO  PUBLIC  LIBRARY 


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San  Francisco. 


FIREMAN'S    FUND 

Insurance  Company. 

ASSETS,  JANUARY  1st,  1875,       -      -      $675,000.00 

FIRE  AND  MARINE  RISKSTAKEN. 

Office,  S.  W.  Cor.  California  and  Sansom  Sts.,  San  Francisco,  Cal. 

D.  J.  Staples,  President.    Alpheus  Bull,  Vice-President.    George  D.  Dornin,  Secretary. 

FRED.  O.  FULLER,  Agent,  Oakland. 

GEO.  C.  SHREVE  &  GO. 

DEALERS    IIST 

JEWELRY  AND  SILVERWARE, 
110  Montgomery  Siroet, 

SAW  FRANCISCO, 

RELIABLE,  CONSERVATIVE,  PROMPT 
ALAMEDA  CO.  BRANCH 

INSURANCE  CO.  OF  CALIFORNIA.      * 

COR.  NINTH  AND  BROADWAY,  OAKLAND. 

CAPITAL,  -  -  $300,000.00 

CASH  ASSETS, 571,229  04 

INCOME,  1874, 412,182.07 

8®-DEVOTED  TO  FIRE  INSURANCE  EXCLUSIVELY."®" 


PREMIUMS  DEPOSITED  AND    INVESTED  IN  ALAMEDA   COUNTY. 

<-£=*  TIE^TTSTEES.  ^=3>-> 

J.A.LEDDEN,     A.C.HENRY,      JOS.  BECHT,      R.  S.  FARRELLY,     WM.  B.  HARDY, 
CHAUNCY  TAYLOR,      JOS.  B.  MARLIN. 

H.  A.  CRAIG,  Secretary.  R.  H.  MAGILL,  Manager. 

S.  O.  HOLLAND,  City  Agent.  .  IV.  W.  HASKELL,  Traveling  Agent. 


MAC      nJJV      j    Cas  Fixtures,  Mantel  Clocks   |  122  &  124  SUTTER  ST. 


OAKLAND      DIRECTORY. 


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UNEXCELLED  FOE  AETISTIC  EXEOUTIO 


No.  12  MONTGOMERY  SI 

OPPOSITE  LICK  HOUSE. 

GEO.  C.  SHEEVE  &  I 

IMPORTERS   OF 

WATCHES,  DIAMO 

Jewelry  and  Silverw 

No.  110  MOSTTCOMEEY   SI 


SAN  FRANCISCO. 

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CLASSIFIED  LIST  OF  ADVERTISERS. 


ACADEMIES. 

PAGE 

Golden  Gate  (Oakland) 81 

Pacific  Theological  Seminary 
(Oakland) vi 


AGRICULTURAL  IMPLE- 
MENTS. 

Scoville  Ives  &  Co.  (Oakland)  340 

APOTHECARIES. 

Bowman  Henry  (Oakland) . .  226 
Steele  J.  G.  &  Co.  (S.  F.)...396 

ARCHITECTS. 

Bugbee&  Son  (S.  F.) 

Newsom  Bros.  (S.  F.) xlii 

Stokes  William  (Oakland).  .356 

BANKS— SAVINGS. 

Bank  of  Savings  (Oakland).. 328 
German  Savings  and  Loan 

Society  (S.  F.) ix 

Hibernia  Savings  and  Loan 

Society  (S.  F). ix 

Masonic  Savings  and  Loan 

(S.  F.) vi 

Savings  Union  (S.  F.) viii 

Union  National  Gold  Bank 

(Oakland) 374 

Union  Savings  (Oakland). . .  374 

BASKET  MAKER. 

Schneider  A.   James  (Oak- 
land)  322 

BILLIARD  SALOON. 
Fennessy  J.  (Oakland) 168 

BLACKSMITHS. 

King  &  Williams  (Oakland).. 306 
Scoville  I ves& Co. (Oakland) 340 

Sohst  Bros.  (Oakland) 340 

Weeks  Henry  (Oakland) 362 

BOOK  BINDERS. 

Hicks  D.  &  Co.  (S.  F.) x 

Strickland  &  Co.  (Oakland) .  line 
register  of  names  9^179 

BOOKSELLERS. 

Auld  &  Barf  red  (Oakland). .  84 

Hardy  W.  B.  (Oakland) 200 

Keller  H.  &  Co.  (Oakland) . .     x 


PAGE 

Moore  A.  P.  (Oakland) 274 

Moore  H.  H.  &  Co.  (S.  F.). .  vii 

Strickland  &  Co.  (Oakland) 

line  register  of  names  9-479 

BOOTS  AND  SHOES. 

Senram  F.  &  Co.  (Oakland) 

back  cover 
Stuart  D.  (Oakland) 356 

BRICK  MAKERS. 
Remillard  &  Bros.  (Oakland)  xi 

CARPET  BEATER. 
Robinson  A.  (Oakland) 322 

CARPETS. 
Taylor  Chas  L.  (Oakland).  ..362 

CARRIAGE  MAKERS. 

Allen  M.  W.  (Oakland) 84 

King  &  Williams  (Oakland).. 306 
Smith  J.  N.  O.  (Oakland). .  .xiii 

Sohst  Bros.  (Oakland) 340 

Weeks  Henry  (Oakland) 362 

CEMENT  PIPE. 
Padey  Martin  (S.  F.) xvi 

CHIMNEY  STACKS. 
BrowellJ.  (S.  F.) 481 

CLOAKS  AND  FURS. 
Slate  W.  (Oakland) 362 

CLOTHING. 

Sherman  Wm.  &  Co.  (S.  F.) 
register  of  names  344  and  345 

COFFEE  AND   SPICES. 

Ghirardelli  &  Petar    (Oak- 
land)  256 

COLLEGES. 

Heald's  Business  (S.  F.) 

register  of  names  209 

CONTRACTORS. 
Remillard  &  Bros.  (Oakland)  xi 

CORDAGE. 

Pacific  Cordage  Co.  (S.  F.)..    v 


DIAMOND   SETTERS. 

PAGE 

Braverman  &  Levy  (S.  F.). . 

front  cover 

Laird  D.  W.  (S.  F.).  .front  cover 

ShreveG.  C.  &  Co.  (S.  F.)..    ii 

front  and  back  covers 

DOORS,  SASH,  ETC. 

Barnes  &  Taylor  (Oakland)..  84 
Blethen  &  Terry  (Oakland).. 236 
Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co. 
(Oakland) back  cover 

DRAIN  PIPE. 

Brannan  Daniel  (Oakland).,  xii 
Padey  Martin  (S.  F.) xvi 

DRUGGISTS. 

Bowman  Henry  (Oakland).  .226 
Steele  J.  G.  &  Co.  (S.  F.).. .  .396 

DYER. 
Patzer  L.  (Oakland) 256 

EXPRESSES. 

People's  (Oakland  and  S.  F.).483 
Wells,  Fargo  &  Co.  (S.  F.). .    iv 

FLOUR  DEALERS. 

Babcock  &  Gould  (Oakland)  84 
Hunt  &  Wharton  (Oakland)  236 
Landon  &  Co.  (Oakland). line 
reg.  of  names,  pages  9-479 

Samm  Jacob  (Oakland) 334 

Sarpy  &  Barstow  (Oakland). -322 

FURNITURE   DEALERS. 

Sternitzky  &  Neumann  (Oak- 
land)  356 

GAS  COMPANY. 

Oakland  Gas  Light  Co.  (Oak- 
land)  274 

GAS  FIXTURES. 

Dalziel  Robert  (Oakland). .  .246 
Day  T.  (S.  F.) front  cover 

GLOVE     MANUFACTORY. 

Spaulding  &  Robbins  (Oak- 
land)     xi 

GROCERIES. 
Raffo  Bros.  (Oakland) 316 


OAKLAND       DIRECTORY. 


HAIR  JEWELRY. 

PAGE 

Buehren  Augustus  H.  (Oak- 
land)  116 

HARNESS  AND  SADDLERY. 
Lentell  James  (Oakland) — 306 

HARDWARE. 
Brown  G.  S.  &  Co.  (Oakland)  266 

HATS  AND  CAPS. 
Brink  M.  (Oakland) 116 

HAY  AND  GRAIN. 

Hunt  &  Wharton  (Oakland)  236 

Landon  &  Co.  (Oakland) 

line  register  of  names  9-479 
Sarpy  &  Barstow  (Oakland)  322 

HOTELS. 

Eureka  Hotel  (Oakland). . .  .168 

Grand  Central  Hotel  (Oak- 
land)   iii 

Piedmont  White  Sulphur 
Springs  (Oakland) 256 

Tubbs'  Hotel  (Oakland) 

line  register  of  names  9-479 

ICE  CREAM  MANUFACT- 
URER. 

Gordon  J.  S.  G.  (Oakland). . 
line  register  of  names  10-480 

ICE  DEALER. 

Gordon  J.  S.  G.  (Oakland). . 
line  register  of  names  10-480 

INSURANCE  AGENTS. 

Magill  R.  H.  (S.  F.).. front  cover 
Woodward  E.  W.  (Oakland) 
line  register  of  names  10-480 

INSURANCE  COMPANIES. 

Fireman's    Fund    Ins.    Co. 

(S.  F.) front  cover 

Hamburg  Bremen  Fire  Ins. 

Co.  (S.  F.) 

Home  Ins.  Co.  (S.  F.) 

front  cover 
Swiss  Lloyd  Marine  Ins.  Co. 

(S.  F.) SO 

JEWELERS. 

Braverman  &  Levy  (S.  F.). . 

front  cover 
Laird D.  W.  (S.  F.).  .front  cover 
Shreve    George    C.   &    Co. 

(S.  F. ) ii  and  front  and 

back  covers 
LAND  COMPANY. 
Central  Land  Co.  (Oakland).  218 

LIVERY  STABLES. 
Carter  &  Olin  (Oakland) 312 

LUMBER  DEALERS. 

Oakland  Point  Planing  Mills 

(Oakland) 

Taylor  &  Co.  (Oakland) 340 


MACHINISTS. 

PAGE 

Scoville   Ives  &  Co.   (Oak- 
land)  340 

NEWSPAPERS. 

Alameda  Encinal  (Alameda)  456 

News  (Oakland) 88 

Transcript  (Oakland) 106 

NOTARY  PUBLIC. 
Smith  G.  E.  (Oakland) 266 

OPTICIANS. 

Houseworth   Thomas  &  Co. 

(S.  F.) ii  and  back  cover 

Wilson  W.  (Oakland)  back  cover 

PAINTER. 
How  J.  E.  (Oakland) 236 

PATENT  SOLICITOR. 
Redstone  J.  H.  (Oakland)... 322 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Houseworth  Thomas  &  Co. 

(S.  F.) ii  and  back  cover 

Ingersoll  W.  B.  (Oakland).  .278 

PIANOS,  ETC. 

Strickland  &  Co.  (Oakland) 
line  register  of  names,  9-479 

PICTURE  FRAMES. 
Lutz  &  Berg  (Oakland) xiii 

PLANING  MILLS. 

Blethen  &  Terry  (Oakland).. 236 
Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co. 

(Oakland) back  cover 

Oakland  Point  Planing  Mills 

(Oakland) xii 

PLUMBERS  AND  GASFIT 
TERS. 

Day  T.  (S.  F.) front  cover 

Kirk  O.  C.  (Oakland) 306 

McGi  vney  James  (Oakland) .  274 

POTTERY. 
Brannan  Daniel  (Oakland).,  xii 
Browell  J.  (S.  F.) 4 

PRINTERS. 
Francis  &  Valentine  (S.  F.)..482 

REAL  ESTATE  AGENTS. 

Dam  &  Myers  (Oakland) 312 

Kelly  &  Co.  (Oakland),  .line 

register  of  names  10-480 

Milbury  S.  (Oakland) 290 

Rowell   William    K.    (Oak- 
land)  290 

Smith  G.  E.  (Oakland) 266 

Woodward  E.  W.  &Co.  (Oak- 
land)  line  register  of 

names,  10-480 

ROOF  PAINT. 
Posey  T.  R.  &Co.  (Oakland)  312 


ROPE  MANUFACTORY. 

PAGE 

Pacific  Cordage  Co.  (S.  F.)...   v 

SODA  MANUFACTURER. 
Gordon  J.  S.  G. ,  Agent  (Oak- 
land)   line  register  of 

names  10-480 

SQUIRREL   POISON. 

Steele  J.  G.  &Co.(S.  F.) xi 

and  back  cover 
STAIR  BUILDER. 
Blair  G.  M.  (Oakland) 226 

STATIONERS. 
Auld  &  Barfred  (Oakland). .  84 
Hardy  W.  B.  (Oakland). . .  .200 
Mathews  H.  E.  &  Co.  (S.  F.). .  80 

Moore  A.  P.  (Oakland) 274 

Strickland  &C'o.  (Oakland)., 
line  register  of  names  9-479 

STENCIL  CUTTER. 
Trueworthy  F.  M.  (S.  F.). .  .334 

STOVES,  ETC. 

Dalziel  James  (Oakland) 246 

De  La  Montanya  M.    (Oak- 
land)     vi 

TAILORS. 

Francis  Samuel  (Oakland).  .278 
Healy  M.  J.  (Oakland) 200 

UNDERTAKERS. 
Beaudry  &  McAvoy  (Oakl'd) .  100 

WATCHMAKERS  AND  JEW- 
ELERS. 
Braverman  &  Levy  (S.  F.). . 

front  cover 
Buehren  Augustus  H.  (Oak- 
land)  116 

Laird  D.  W.  (S.  F.).  .front  cover 
Shreve  Geo  C.  &  Co.  (S.  F.)..  ii 
front  and  back  covers 
Wilson  W.  (Oakland)  back  cover 

WATER  PIPE. 
Brannan  Daniel  (Oakland).,  xii 

Browell  J.  (S.  F.) 481 

North  Beach  Drain  andWater 
Pipe  Co.  (S.F.).reg.names,xvi 

WIND   MILLS. 
Southwick  A.  H.  (Oakland).. 298 
and  350 
Tustin  W.  I.  (S.  F.) . .  xt-  and  xv 

WINES  AND  LIQUORS. 
Bocqueraz  P.  (Oakland).  ...226 

Fennessy  J.  (Oakland) 168 

Gaudin  J.  (Oakland) 168 

Ghirardelli  &  Petar    (Oak- 
land)  256 

Kihlmeyer  Louis  (Oakland).  306 
Raffo  Bros.  (Oakland) 316 

WOOD  AND  COAL. 
Chappellet  &   Miner  (Oak- 
land)  218 

Duffy  &  O'Neil  (Oakland). . .  100 
Purrington    &    Ough  (Oak- 
land)  316 


0. P. S—  Hominy  and  cracked  wheat,  116  Ninth  St.  nr  Bdwy— 0. F.  S. 


GENERAL    REVIEW 


SEPTEMBER,    i875, 


PROGRESS   OF  THE  CITY. 

The  City  of  Oakland  was  incor- 
porated by  an  Act  of  the  Legisla- 
ture, passed  March  25, 1854.  For 
two  years  previous  to  that  date  the 
place  had  been  under  a  town  gov- 
ernment, Avhich  had  conveyed  to 
an  old  resident  the  entire  water 
front,  in  consideration  of  the 
building  of  a  wharf  and  a  school 
house.  The  extensive  flats  making 
out  from  the  western  side  of  the 
city  prevented  the  building  of  a 
city  here  in  1849,  for  it  was  better 
to  locate  where  deep  water  came 
close  to  the  shore.  There  was  no 
time  to  build  long  piers  or  to  re- 
move obstacles  to  navigation.  It  is 
true  that  the  labor  of  cutting  down 
sand  hills  and  of  reclaiming  swamps  on  the  western  shore  of  the  bay  has 
been  much  greater  than  would  have  been  the  work  of  connecting  the 
Oakland  shore  with  deep  water,  but  in  the  hurry  and  confusion  incident 
to  the  settlement  of  California,  it  was  necessary  to  chose  the  locality  that 
was  most  immediately  available  ;  the  slower  labor  of  development  was 
left  to  another  generation. 

Twenty  years  ago  Oakland  was  a  most  beautiful  place,  its  carpeting  of 
wild  flowers,  and  its  quiet,  majestic  groves,  rivaling  the  attractions  that 
have  siibsequently  been  created  by  the  hand  of  man. 

The  establishment  of  the  College  School  in  1853,  by  the  late  President 
Durantj  may  have  seemed  unimportant  at  that  time,  but  its  subsequent 
history  has  been  interwoven  with  the  history  of  the  city,  and  has  been  a 
power  in  promoting  its  progress.  The  presence  and  success  of  that  insti- 
tution, the  establishment  of  the  College  of  California  as  one  of  the  re- 
sults, indirectly  caused  the  building  up  of  other  private  educational  insti- 
tutions, and  Oakland  became  the  recognized  educational  center  of  the 
Pacific  Coast  long  before  coming  into  prominence  from  other  causes. 
These  schools  attracted  visitors,  and  Oakland  had  a  permanent  population 
of  more  than  four  thousand  persons  many  years  prior  to  those  speculative 
movements  in  real  estate  consequent  upon  the  close  of  the  war  and  the 
immense  immigration  to  this  State.     The  College  of  California  has  a  new 


STRICZLA1TD  &  CO.  keep  the  best  Gold  Pens  in  the  World. 


Buy  your  Homesteads  from  E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  958  Bdwy. 


10  OAKLAND      DIRECTORY. 


and  higher  life  as  the  University  of  California,  the  peer  of  any  university 
on  the  American  Continent.  The  fame  of  our  earlier  private  educational 
institution  has  been  eclipsed  by  a  system  of  public  schools,  in  which 
can  be  taught  the  four  thousand  six  hundred  and  fifty-nine  children  who 
are  entitled  to  admission.  Now,  as  it  was  twenty  years  ago,  population 
is  setting  towards  Oakland,  because  of  the  faculties  for  the  education  of 
the  young. 

Some  twelve  years  ago  communication  with  San  Francisco  by  the  Creek 
route  had  become  so  luicertain  that  a  corporation  was  formed  for  build- 
ing a  pier  into  the  bay,  from  the  western  part  of  the  city,  to  be  connected 
with  the  central  portion  by  rail.  This  work  having  been  done,  the  growth 
of  the  city  was  vastly  accelerated,  and  people  whose  business  was  in  San 
Francisco  began  to  take  up  residences  in  Oakland  on  account  of  its  many 
attractions,  and  its  accessibility.  The  city  soon  seemed  to  have  been  im- 
bued with  a  new  life.  Streets  were  opened  and  improved,  an  effective 
fire  department  organized,  a  City  Hall  erected  at  a  cost  of  $100,000,  and 
public  school  houses  built,  which  were  as  ornamental  to  the  city  as  they 
were  useful  for  their  intended  purposes. 

In  1867  there  was  a  general  discussion  throughout  the  State  about  the 
location  of  the  terminus  of  the  Central  Pacific.     The  representative  men  of 
Oakland  were  wide  awake  and  vigilant.     The  water  front  surrounding  the 
city  wa3  held  by  H.  W.  Carpentier,  under  the  grant  made  by  the  town  au- 
thorities in  1852,  and  though  there  had  been  so  many  years  of  litigation  to 
regain  it,  there  was  no  prospect  of  a  termination.    The  Hon.  John  B.  Felton 
was  retained  by  the  city  and  a  compromise  was  finally  agreed  upon,  the 
impelling  motive  being  the  necessity  of  offering  some  of  the  property  to  the 
Western  Pacific  Railroad  Company  as  an  inducement  to  locate  its  terminus 
in  Oakland.     The  reservations  to  the  city  were  the  portion  of  the  property 
now  occupied  by  the  City  Wharf,  and  the  water  park,  known  as  Lake  Mer- 
ritt.    There  were  small  reservations  to  Mr.  Adams  and  Mr.  Carpentier,  and 
the  remainder  of  this  vast  property  was  conveyed  to  the  Oakland  Water 
Front  Company,  composed  of  Adams,  Carpentier,  Stanford,  and  other  direc- 
tors of  the  Western  Pacific.     The  water  front  property,  now  held  by  the 
Central  Pacific  is  under  title  derived  from  the  Water  Front  Company,  and 
those  donations  were  the  inducement  for  locating  the  terminus  of  the 
overland  railroad  in  the  City  of  Oakland.     The  water  front  comprises  the 
overflowed  land  between  ordinary  high  water  mark  and  ships'  channel ; 
but  the  marsh  lands  on  each  side  of  the  San  Antonio  Creek  were  claimed 
as  pari  of  this  property,  and  the  question  of  title  was  pending  in  the 
Supreme  Court  of  the  United  States,  a  year  and  a  half  ago,  but  there 
has  been  a  compromise  between  the  parties  interested.     A  strip  of  the 
marsh  land  bordering  on  the  creek  and  three  hundred  feet  in  width,  was 
relinquished  to  the  Water  Front  Company,  and  the  title  to  the  remainder 
was  confirmed  to  private  individuals.     It  is  claimed  that  if  the  water  front 
had  not  been  retained  until  1868  by  one  person,  the  city  could  not  have 
been  in  a  position  to  offer  a  sufficient  inducement  to  secure  the  location  of 
the  terminus.    It  has  not  been  the  policy  of  the  new  owners  of  the  property 
to  dispose  of  it  in  sub-divisions  for  the  general  purposes  of  trade  and 
commerce,  and  it  may  be  that  this  will  be  equally  advantageous  in  the 
future.     Railroad  improvements,  far  beyond  what  were  required  by  the 
stipulation,  have  been  made,  and  ever  since  November  8th,  1869,  the  ter- 
minus of  the  trans-continental  railroad  has  been  in  Oakland.     The  ferry 
service  has  since  been  under  the  control  of  the  Central  Pacific,  and  has 
expanded  so  as  to  meet  the  wants  of  the  thousands  who  daily  travel  be- 
tween this  city  and  San  Francisco.     Three  trains  of  cars  and  two  elegant 
steamers  make  forty-eight  trips  per  day,  carrying  an  average  number  of 
nine  thousand  six  hunched  passengers,  or  three  million  five  hundred  and 
four  thousand  per  annum.     At  this  time  preparations  are  in  progress  to 


GORDON'S  ice  cream  is  the  best  and  cheapest.    469  Ninth  St. 


0.  P.  S .— Middlings,  shorts,  and  bran,  416  Ninth  St.  nr  Bdwy— 0.  P.  S. 


PROGRESS      OF     THE      CITY.  11 

still  further  improve  the  service  and  to  give  greater  facilities  for  the  ship- 
ment of  freight  by  way  of  the  creek.  The  steamer  Capital,  for  many 
years  on  the  Sacramento  River  route,  is  undergoing  a  remodeling,  and 
will  be  placed  on  the  creek  for  freight  and  for  passengers. 

A  few  leading  facts  will  demonstrate  the  rapidity  with  which  the  city 
is  advancing.  House  building  is  going  on  at  the  rate  of  one  thousand 
per  annum,  for  which  are  expended  the  sum  of  two  and  a  half  million  dol- 
lars. In  1855  the  number  of  children  was  one  thousand  two  hundred  and 
fifty-eight,  now  it  is  seven  thousand  two  hundred  and  thirty-one.  The 
territorial  expansion  of  the  city  has  helped  to  increase  the  figures,  but 
the  present  total  is  what  claims  attention.  Its  religious  societies  have 
found  it  necessary  to  provide  increased  accommodations  for  their  members, 
and  some  are  budding  new  and  costly  edifices,  while  others  are  contem- 
plating like  improvements.  Property  that  but  a  few  years  ago  was  use- 
ful only  for  farm  purposes,  is  now  thickly  covered  with  buildings,  and 
the  city  is  increasing  in  size  as  rapidly  as  it  can  with  the  aid  of  a  thou- 
sand skilled  mechanics  and  a  still  greater  number  of  laborers. 

By  an  Act  of  the  last  Legislature,  the  county  buildings  were  located  on 
one  of  the  plazas  fronting  on  Broadway,  between  Fourth  and  Fifth  streets. 
The  Supervisors  selected  the  square  on  the  west  side  of  the  street,  and 
have  erected  a  Court  House  and  County  Jail,  which  have  been  occupied 
about  three  months.  The  county  was  authorized  to  issue  bonds  to  the 
amount  of  $200,000  for  building  purposes.  The  cost  of  the  improve- 
ments has  been  in  excess  of  that  sum ;  this  difference  coming  from  the 
general  funds  at  the  disposal  of  the  Supervisors.  The  Court  House  is 
two  stories  in  hight,  and  has  a  roomy  basement.  The  extreme  dimen- 
sions of  the  main  edifice  are  one  hundred  and  thirty  by  one  hundred  and 
forty-five  feet,  and  in  the  rear  there  is  a  two  story  wing,  forty  by  eighty 
feet ;  the  lower  story  being  the  Hall  of  Records,  and  the  upper  story  the 
room  for  the  meetings  of  the  Supervisors.  The  hight  of  the  ceiling  in 
the  first  story  is  sixteen  feet.  The  hall  is  twenty-eight  feet  wide  ;  on  the 
north  side  is  the  office  of  the  County  Clerk,  thirty  by  forty-four  feet,  and 
on  the  south  side  is  the  office  of*  the  Treasurer,  of  the  same  dimensions. 
On  the  west  side  are  the  offices  of  the  Sheriff,  Auditor,  Superintendent  of 
Schools,  County  Surveyor,  and  Assessor.  On  the  second  floor  are  two 
court  rooms,  one  for  the  County  Court  and  the  other  for  the  District 
Court.  They  are  similar  in  all  respects,  each  being  fifty-two  by  sixty  feet 
in  size.  The  ceilings  are  twenty-four  feet  high.  In  the  rear  are  suitable 
apartments  for  the  judges  and  the  jurors.  In  the  finishing  and  furnish- 
ing of  the  building  the  Supervisors  have  shown  good  taste  and  great  liber- 
ality. The  desks,  counters,  and  book-cases  are  of  black  walnut  and  Span- 
ish cedar ;  the  upholstering  is  of  the  finest  style,  and  nothing  has  been 
omitted  which  would  tend  to  make  the  building  worthy  of  the  second 
county  in  the  State.  The  building  is  heated  by  twenty-five  steam  regis- 
ters, supplied  by  a  boiler  in  the  basement.  There  are  four  fire-proof 
vaults  and  a  burglar-proof  vault  for  the  use  of  the  Treasurer.  There  is 
an  abundance  of  water  in  every  part  of  the  building.  The  structure  is 
surmounted  by  a  dome,  the  top  of  which  is  one  hundred  and  eighty-five 
feet  from  the  ground.  The  view  to  be  obtained  from  that  point  is  com- 
prehensive and  grand.  J.  J.  Newsom  was  the  architect,  and  G.  W.  Bab- 
cock  the  builder.  The  total  cost  of  the  Court  House  is  $195,380.86,  the 
builder's  contract  having  been  for  $148,550,  and  the  remainder  for  fix- 
tures and  incidentals. 

The  County  Jail  is  on  the  same  square,  and  fronts  on  Washington  Street; 
it  cost  $43,800.78.  Most  of  the  material  was  from  the  jail  that  had  been 
erected  in  East  Oakland,  prior  to  the  change  of  location,  at  a  cost  of  some 
$40,000.  It  is  a  commodious  structure,  having  all  the  appliances  usual 
in  the  best  appointed  prisons.     While  it  is  thoroughly  secure,  close  atten- 


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tion  has  been  paid  to  light  and  ventilation ;  and  the  building  is  large 
enough  to  answer  the  desired  purposes  for  many  years  to  come,  assuming 
that  the  growth  of  the  county  is  to  remain  undiminished.  The  design 
is  such  that  additions  can  be  made  without  injury  to  the  appearance  and 
projwrtions  of  the  building. 

The  wharf,  built  and  owned  by  the  city,  on  the  lines  of  Webster  and 
Franklin  streets,  was  completed  three  years  ago.  During  its  first  year 
the  receipts  were  $3,277.31 ;  during  its  second,  $4,008.02,  and  during  its 
third,  $6,507.43;  a  fair  return  on  an  investment  of  $20,000,  even  if  we 
leave  out  of  view  the  public  policy  of  affording  wharf  facilities  for  local 
commerce.  The  increase  in  the  amount  of  revenue  seems  to  accord  with 
the  general  growth  of  the  city. 

All  statistics  that  are  gathered,  all  facts  that  are  brought  to  notice,  show 
that  for  the  last  two  years  the  advancement  of  the  city  has  been  uniform 
but  very  rapid.  It  is  also  observed  that  the  number  of  business  places 
does  not  increase  in  the  same  ratio.  The  vast  majority  of  all  who  be- 
come residents  of  Oakland,  do  so  with  the  desire  to  make  it  their  home, 
looking  elsewhere  for  business.  But  the  merchants  who  are  in  business 
in  Oakland  are  prosperous  and  thrifty.  There  may  not  be  room  for  com- 
petition with  them,  but  there  are  apparently  new  fields  of  enterprise  wait- 
ing to  be  filled.  The  prospects  for  the  future  are  nattering  in  the  extreme. 
All  the  information  we  have  collected  shows  that  in  the  past  the  city  has 
been  advancing  as  rapidly  as  would  be  normal  and  healthy,  and  that  it 
can  be  retarded  only  by  some  calamity  that  would  equally  affect  the  whole 
State.  There  are  soon  to  be  considered  new  elements  which  will  change 
the  character  of  the  city  from  a  vast  aggregation  of  homes,  to  a  self-sustain- 
ing commercial  port. 

The  improvement  of  the  San  Antonio  Creek,  so  that  large  ships  can  be 
brought  within  a  convenient  distance  of  the  mainland,  has  been  advocated 
by  those  who  were  fully  conscious  of  the  great  advantages  Oakland  has  on 
account  of  her  location  on  the  eastern  shore  of  the  bay,  being  naturally 
the  center  of  the  railroad  system  of  the  pacific  Coast.  The  forty-second 
Congress  directed  an  examination  of  the  San  Antonio  Creek,  with  a  view 
to  its  improvement.  The  Board  of  Pacific  Coast  Engineers,  consisting  of 
Major  G.  H.  Mendell,  Col.  C.  S.  Stewart,  and  Col.  Alexander,  submitted 
their  report  in  March,  1874.  They  made  a  thorough  examination,  and 
reported  favorably.  They  ascertained  that  the  tide  rises  a  little  higher 
and  falls  a  little  lower  in  San  Leandro  Bay  than  it  does  in  San  Antonio 
Estuary,  the  difference  in  range  being  four  tenths  of  a  foot.  The  times 
of  high  and  low  water  are  also  earlier  in  San  Leandro  Bay,  by  about  one 
hour.  The  San  Antonio  Estuary  is  supposed  to  be  filling  up  on  account 
of  the  smallness  of  the  tidal  basins  which  supply  water  for  the  stream  in 
the  channel.  But  with  the  present  tidal  area,  the  channel  is  twenty-two 
feet  deep  at  Hibbard's,  or  the  old  Alameda  Wharf,  and  that  the  depth 
elsewhere  ranges  from  fourteen  to  eighteen  feet,  at  low  water.  At  the 
mouth  of  the  Estuary,  where  the  water  is  distributed  over  a  large  area, 
a  bar  exists,  on  which  there  are  about  two  feet  of  water.  Hence  the  con- 
clusion that  if  this  channel  were  sufficiently  contracted  its  depth  would 
become  greater,  on  account  of  the  power  exerted  by  the  ebb  tides.  In 
this  case  the  great  scouring  effect  of  the  ebb  tides  is  specially  due  to  the 
tidal  peculiarities  of  the  bay.  The  first  practical  step  is  to  contract  the 
water  way  over  the  bay,  to  be  done  by  two  parallel  training  walls  of  stone, 
to  extend  from  the  mainland  to  the  deep  water  of  the  bay.  To  afford  the 
necessary  room  for  navigation  they  are  to  be  one  thousand  feet  apart.  It 
is  the  opinion  of  the  engineers  that  in  one  or  two  years  these  walls  would 
of  themselves  wash  out  a  channel  between  them  some  twelve  or  fourteen 
feet  deep  at  low  water.  The  natural  tidal  basin  at  the  head  of  the  estu- 
ary is  to  be  deepened,  so  that  there  will  be  two  feet  of  water  at  low  tide, 


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PROGRESS      OF      THE     CITY.  13 

and  it  can  be  still  further  improved  so  as  to  accommodate  shipping.  But 
this  basin  is  not  large  enough  to  open  and  maintain  a  wide  and  deep  chan- 
nel between  the  training  walls.  Rather  than  incur  this  annual  cost  of 
dredging  that  would  be  necessary,  a  plan,  almost  provided  by  nature,  has 
been  adopted.  It  is  proposed  to  double  the  amount  of  water  flowing 
through  the  creek  by  connecting  it  by  a  canal  with  San  Leandro  Bay.  A 
dam  across  the  mouth  of  the  bay  will  be  necessary.  The  current  will 
then  be  doubled  in  velocity,  and  it  is  estimated  that  the  depth  of  water  in 
the  channel  will  be  maintained  at  eighteen  or  twenty  feet  at  low  tide. 
The  order  in  which  the  several  parts  of  the  work  are  to  be  done  is  as 
follows :  first,  the  training  walls ;  second,  the  canal  to  connect  with  San 
Leandro  Bay ;  third,  the  dam  at  the  mouth  of  the  San  Leandro  Bay,  and 
foiu-th,  the  excavation  of  the  tidal  basin  at  the  head  of  San  Antonio  Creek, 
The  estimated  cost  of  the  whole  work  is  $1,736,985.20.  When  the  work 
is  completed  Oakland  will  have  a  land-locked  harbor  capable  of  accom- 
modating forty  large  ships  at  the  same  time,  with  room  for  as  many  more 
at  anchor,  and  room  for  as  many  ferry  slips  as  may  be  required.  The 
engineers  recommended  an  immediate  appropriation  to  begin  the  work, 
asserting  that  the  trade  and  travel  between  Oakland  and  San  Francisco 
would  be  put  on  a  better  basis,  the  present  long  wharf  being  a  temporary 
one.  The  two  draw  bridges  between  Oakland  and  Alameda  must  be  re- 
moved when  the  harbor  has  an  active  commerce. 

At  the  first  session  of  the  forty-third  Congress  an  appropriation  of 
$100,000  was  made  for  this  work,  and  a  similar  appropriation  was  made  at 
the  last  session.  In  the  Fall  of  1874  the  work  of  constructing  the  training 
walls  was  commenced,  and  the  northerly  one,  of  loose  rock  from  Goat 
Island,  is  nearly  completed.  Pending  the  application  for  Federal  aid  a 
small  amount  of  dredging  was  done  at  the  expense  of  the  city,  and  at  the 
present  tune  the  channel  is  sufficiently  deep  to  allow  the  passage  of  ferry 
boats  at  all  stages  of  the  tide.  These  improvements  give  confidence  to 
the  belief  that  Oakland  will  become  a  commercial  city,  that  the  vast  grain 
trade  of  the  interior  will  result,  to  her  benefit,  and  that  her  merchants 
will  prosper  by  the  newly  created  business.  The  natural  advantages  aris- 
ing from  the  position  of  the  city  are  -certain  to  cause  prosperity,  and  its 
coming  will  be  hastened  by  the  labors  of  its  people.  An  examination  of 
any  railroad  map  of  the  State  shows  that  this  is  the  center  of  the  entire 
railroad  system,  that  this  must  of  necessity  be  the  terminus  of  the  North- 
ern, Central,  and  Southern  Pacific  railroads.  These  considerations  in- 
spire faith  in  the  great  future  before  us,  they  are  inducements  for  the 
investment  of  capital,  and  cause  Oakland  real  estate  to  hold  a  firm  pos- 
ition, and  show  greater  stability  in  the  market  than  the  real  property  in 
any  other  place  in  California. 

The  city  assessment  rolls,  from  the  fiscal  year  1863-4  to  date,  have  been 
as  follows  : 

AMOUNT  OF 
YEAE.  ASSESSMENT. 

1863-64 $      794,121 

1864-55 970,125 

1865-66 1,107,949 

1866-67 1,434,800 

1867-68 1,832,428 

1868-69 3,363,478 

1869-70 4,256,702 

1870-71 4,563,737 

1871-72 5,215,704 

1872-73 6,647,039 

1873-74 18,539,303 

1874-75 19,867,162 


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OAKLAND       DIRECTORY. 


Until  the  year  1873  the  assessment  has  been  announced  to  have 
been  one  third  of  the  actual  value  of  the  property,  but  the  custom  has 
been  changed,  and  property  is  now  cited  for  what  is  deemed  its  market 
value ;  the  rate  of  taxation  is  ninety  cents  on  the  one  hundred  dollars. 

The  city  wharf  was  completed  in  August,  1872,  and  its  first  year's 
business  amounted  to  $3,283.67.  Charges  had  been  fixed  so  as  to  pro- 
duce revenue  enough  to  pay  the  interest  on  its  cost  and  running  expenses. 
It  has  done  little  more  than  this  during  the  first  year,  and  the  amount  of 
business  has  so  greatly  increased  that  at  the  end  of  the  second  year  there 
was  a  considerable  sinking  fund  to  redeem  some  of  the  bonds  issued  to 
raise  funds  for  its  construction.  The  freight  landed  on  this  wharf  during 
the  year  ending  July  31, 1875,  amounted  to  43,422  tons  ;  5,524,000  bricks, 
3,695,000  feet  of  lumber,  4,205  cords  of  wood,  1,765  tons  of  produce; 
gross  earnings,  $6,526.63;  number  of  vessels,  822. 


LAND    TITLES. 

ABSTRACT   OF  THE   ORIGIN   OF    THE    TITLE    TO    THE    LAND    ON    WHICH    THE 
CITY  OF   OAKLAND   IS   SITUATED. 

During  the  first  few  years  after  the  settlement  of  the  city,  it  was  the  pop- 
ular belief  that  the  Squatter  Title  was  valid,  and  most  of  the  property  was 
purchased  from  those  who  had  originally  taken  possession.  After  the 
amount  of  litigation  that  is  usually  required  to  establish  the  legality  of  a 
Mexican  grant,  the  Peralta  title  obtained  recognition,  and  has  withstood 
every  attack  subsequently  made  upon  it.  We  append  the  outlines  of  an 
abstract  of  title  to  any  city  lot : 

1.  Grant  from  the  Mexican  Government  to  Luis  Maria  Peralta,  of  the 
Rancho  San  Antonio,  embracing  the  lands  upon  which  the  City  of  Oakland 
is  located.     Dated  October  18,  1822. 

2.  In  1842,  Luis  Maria  Peralta  made  a  division  of  the  Rancho  San 
Antonio  among  his  four  sons,  Ignacio,  Antonio,  Domingo,  and  Vicente, 
and  put  them  in  possession  of  their  respective  portions.  Vicente  Peralta 
received  that  portion  on  which  the'City  of  Oakland  is  situated. 

3.  In  1851,  Luis  Maria  Peralta  executed  an  instrument  purporting  to 
be  a  will,  wherein  he  ratified  and  confirmed  the  division  of  the  Rancho 
San  Antonio  among  his  four  sons,  which  instrument,  the  Supreme  Court 
of  California  says,  estops  the  heirs  of  Luis  Maria  Peralta  from  denying 
said  gift  to  his  sons.  [See  17  Cal.  Reps.,  Adams  v.  Lansing.]  The 
invalidity  of  title  derived  from  the  other  heirs  than  the  sons  of  Luis 
Maria  Peralta  is  also  declared  by  the  United  States  Supreme  Court,  in  a 
case  growing  out  of  the  Pretermitted  Heir  Title,  decided  in  the  early 
part  of  this  year  (1872)  and  not  yet  reported. 

4.  In  1854,  the  Board  of  Land  Commissioners  confirmed  the  northern 
portion  of  the  rancho,  embracing  the  City  of  Oakland,  to  Vicente  and 
Domingo  Peralta ;  and  the  same  was  afterwards,  in  1855,  confirmed  by 
the  United  States  District  Court,  and  still  later,  at  the  December  term 
in  1856,  by  the  Supreme  Court  of  the  United  States.     (See  17  Howard.) 

5.  Ignacio,  Antonio,  and  Domingo  Peralta,  to  Vicente  Peralta, 
release  and  deed  all  of  their  interest  in  and  to  that  portion  of  the  Rancho 
embracing  the  City  of  Oakland.  Dated  November  28,  1853.  Recorded 
in  Liber  8,  of  Deeds,  Recorder's  office,  Alameda  County. 

6.  Vicente  Peralta  to  John  Clar,  (1-6);  B.  De  La  Barra,  (1-12); 
Jos.  K.  Irving,  (J);  Jacob  A.  Cost,  (|);  John  C.  Hayes  and  John  Caper- 
ton,  (|).  Deed  dated  March  13th,  1852.  Recorded  in  Contra  Costa 
County,  in  which  Oakland  was  at  that  date  situated. 

7.  John  Clar  to  J.  K.  Irving,  deed  of  his  interest,  February  7th, 
1852.     Recorded  in  Contra  Costa  County. 


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8.  B.  De  La  Barra,  (1-12)  deed  to  J.  K.  Irving,  J.  M.  Goggin  and 
William  Claude  Jones ;  William  Claude  Jones  to  Eugene  Casserly ;  J. 
M.  Goggin  and  Eugene  Casserly  to  J.  K.  Irving,  Hayes,  Caperton,  and 
heirs  of  Cost,  deceased. 

9.  J.  K.  Irving,  party  of  the  first ;  John  C.  Hayes  and  John  Caper- 
ton,  parties  of  the  second  part ;  Anna  R.  Poole,  Catherine  S.  Lyons  and 
her  husband,  Joseph  Lyons ;  Serena  S.  Young,  and  her  husband,  Alex- 
ander H.  Young  (heirs  of  Cost,  deceased),  "by  William  Poole,  their 
attorney,"  execute  a  partition  deed,  duly  proven,  certified  to,  and  recorded 
in  Alameda  County. 

10.  Power  of  attorney  from  Anna  R.  Poole  et  al.,  heirs  of  Cost,  to 
Wm.  J.  Poole,  June  14,  1853. 

11.  Power  of  attorney  to  Montgomery  Blair,  from  same  parties 
(except  Serena  S.  Young,  who  was  deceased,  and  left  minor  heirs,  for 
whom  Alexander  H.  Young  signed  as  guardian),  February  2,  1854. 

12.  Proceedings  in  Probate  Court  in  the  same  year,  by  which  inter- 
est the  minor  heirs  of  Serena  S.  Young  became  vested  in  Alex.  H.  Young. 

13.  Another  partition  deed  to  correct  errors  in  description  of  lands 
not  blocked  off  in  former  deed,  reciting  and  approving  the  former ;  the 
same  in  all  other  respects,  between  the  same  parties  (except  in  place  of 
Serena  S.  Young,  deceased,  was  Alexander  H.  Young,  "by  M.  Blair, 
their  attorney  in  fact").     Dated  May  1,  1854. 

14.  Deed  from  Anna  R.  Poole  to  John  C.  Hayes,  ratifying  and  con- 
firming the  former  deed  of  partition,  and  confirming  the  acts  of  Blair 
and  Black  as  agents,  September  1,  1858. 

15.  Similar  deed  to  Hayes  et  al. ,  from  Jos.  Lyons  and  wife,  Novem- 
ber 10,  1858. 

16.  Similar  deed  to  Hayes  et  al. ,  from  Alex.  H.  Young,  March  27, 1860. 
Subsequent  to  the  chain  of  conveyances  traced,   the  title  is  vested  in 

numerous  owners,  there  being  no  other  general  claims.  All  the  techni- 
calities and  defects  which  ingenuity  can  discover  have  been  brought  to 
notice.  The  numerous  adverse  titles  had  for  years  hung  over  property- 
holders  like  an  incubus,  and  in  the  early  part  of  the  year  1869  the  people 
began  an  organized  movement  to  defeat  them.  The  position  of  affairs 
was  somewhat  critical.  The  city  was  rapidly  growing,  and  to  allow  the 
idea  to  go  abroad  that  titles  were  insecure  would  check  the  progress  of 
the  city  and  cause  incalculable  mischief.  Sound  business  policy  over- 
came the  desire  to  make  a  bitter  fight,  however,  and  the  holders  of  the 
claims  were  induced  to  dispose  of  them  at  rates  that  were  trivial.  The 
specific  claims  were  the  Pretermitted  Heirs'  Title,  the  Sisters'  Title,  the 
Irving  Title,  and  the  Cost  Title,  and  these  comprised  all  general  titles 
asserted  by  anybody  to  land  within  the  City  of  Oakland.  These  titles 
were,  by  their  several  owners,  conveyed  to  Henry  Hillebrand,  the  City 
Clerk,  who  acted  as  a  Trustee,  and  by  him  conveyance  was  made  to  the 
several  property  holders.  Nearly  all  the  land  in  the  city  is  now  held  by 
a  perfect  title,  the  Hillebrand  deed  removing  all  the  clouds.  These 
titles,  except  the  Cost  Title,  stdl  cloud  property  outside  of  the  old  charter 
line.  The  principal  ones,  the  Sisters  and  the  Pretermitted  Heirs',  are 
virtually  defeated,  and  the  property-holders,  to  save  trouble  and  annoy- 
ance, have  quite  generally  purchased  the  other  claims. 

The  Kate  Hayes  Title  covers  that  portion  of  Oakland  township  outside 
of  the  Encinal  Line,  as  laid  down  on  our  map.  The  Supreme  Court 
of  the  State  has  sustained  a  decision  rendered  by  E.  W.  McKinstry, 
Judge  of  the  Twelfth  District  Court,  granting  a  new  trial  on  the  motion 
made  by  the  defendants  (the  property  holders).  That  decision  was  fatal 
to  the  claim,  which,  in  itself,  was  but  for  a  trifling  interest.  A  new  trial 
has  not  yet  been  had,  and  the  result  is  regarded  as  a  foregone  conclusion, 
the  law  of  the  case  having  been  decided  beyond  appeal. 


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16  OAKLAND      DIRECTORY. 


WATER    AND    GAS. 

About  one  half  of  the  population  of  Oakland  use  water  obtained  from 
the  Contra  Costa  Water  Company,  and  the  remainder  procure  it  from 
wells.  By  digging  to  a  depth  of  twenty  feet  a  supply  of  pure  fresh  water 
can  be  obtained,  but  on  account  of  the  increased  size  of  the  city,  and-  the 
prevalent  fear  that  well  water  is  becoming  contaminated  with  sewage, 
many  persons  are  abandoning  their  wells  and  using  the  water  that  is 
obtained  from  the  mountain  streams.  The  Contra  Costa  Water  Company 
commenced  operations  in  the  latter  part  of  the  year  1866,  and  since  that 
time  about  twenty-five  miles  of  pipe  have  been  laid.  Water  is  obtained 
from  the  Temescal  Creek;  at  its  eastern  branch,  five  miles  from  Oakland, 
a  canon  has  been  dammed,  and  an  artificial  lake  six  hundred  feet  wide 
and  a  quarter  of  a  mile  long  has  been  created.  The  water  is  seventy  feet 
deep  hi  winter,  and  the  capacity  of  the  reservoir  is  two  hundred  million 
gallons.  The  consumption  of  water  varies  from  a  million  to  a  million  and 
a  half  gallons  per  day,  according  to  the  season.  The  company  has  also 
appropriated  the  water  of  the  Fruit  Vale  Creek  and  built  a  reservoir 
there,  with  a  capacity  of  one  million  gallons.  In  case  the  mountain 
streams  run  low,  use  is  made  of  artesian  wells  in  Brooklyn,  the  water 
from  which  is  forced  by  steam  power  into  the  mains. 

In  view  of  a  constantly  increasing  population  and  a  rapid  growth  of 
permanent  improvement,  with  a  consequent  increased  demand,  many 
have  expressed  a  fear  that  the  water  supply  would  fad  entirely  in  the 
event  of  a  dry  season,  and  leave  the  city,  in  the  more  densely  populated 
localities,  where  the  well  water  is  not  fit  for  use  on  account  of  contamin- 
ation by  drainage,  without  water,  and  the  whole  at  the  mercy  of  the 
flames.  Such  a  fear,  it  will  be  seen,  is  unfounded,  for  the  company,  in 
order  to  meet  the  increased  demand,  has  acquired  the  water  rights  of  San 
Leandro  Creek  to  the  upper  end  of  the  canon  two  miles  above  San  Leandro. 
At  that  point  a  suitable  dam  is  being  erected,  so  as  to  form  a  lake  of  the 
valley  above,  which  will  contain,  when  completed,  forty  thousand  million 
gallons  of  water,  equal  to  a  daily  supply  of  one  hundred  million  gallons, 
a  quantity  sufficient  for  the  supply  of  a  population  of  one  million.  The 
location  of  this  dam  is  about  eight  miles  from  Oakland,  and  at  the  present 
time  a  large  body  of  water  has  been  accumulated,  and  pipe  two  feet  in 
diameter  extended  to  the  city  charter  line.  The  company  is  stdl  engaged 
laying  this  pipe  through  the  city,  and  it  is  hoped  the  supply  may  be  made 
available  the  latter  part  of  the  present  year.  The  completion  of  this 
enterprise  will  give  Oakland  a  first  class  water  supply,  equal  to  the  best 
hi  the  United  States. 

The  purity  of  the  water  supplied  by  the  Contra  Costa  Water  Company 
has  been  tested  by  the  State  Assayer,  who  certifies  as  follows :  I  consider 
the  water  analyzed  to  be  of  excellent  quality,  and  well  adapted  to  domes- 
tic use. 

The  Oakland  Gas  Light  Company  commenced  operations  January  1, 
1867,  since  which  time  its  capacity  has  been  largely  increased,  being  now 
equal  to  a  consumption  of  two  hundred  thousand  cubic  feet  per  twenty- 
four  hours.  The  large  extent  of  ground  covered  by  the  City  of  Oakland 
has  imposed  upon  the  company  the  laying  of  more  mains,  to  supply  its 
widely  scattered  consumers,  than  is  required  by  any  other  city  of  the 
United  States  with  an  equal  number  of  inhabitants.  The  company  is 
constantly  advised  of  all  changes  in  modes  of  manufacturing  and  distrib- 
uting, and  avail  themselves  of  all  the  modern  improvements  which  tend 
to  improve  quality  and  lessen  price.  The  price  charged  since  March  1, 
1875,  is  $4.25  per  thousand  feet.  The  works  are  situated  on  the  block 
bounded  by  Broadway,  Washington,  First,  and  Second  streets. 


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RAILROAD      SYSTEM.  17 


THE    RAILROAD    SYSTEM. 

Oakland  is  the  natural  center  of  the  railroad  system  of  the  Pacific  Coast, 
as  a  mere  glance  at  any  railroad  map  will  demonstrate.  While  it  is  the 
terminus  of  all  the  roads  running  north  and  east,  including  the  great  over- 
land road,  it  is  also  the  natural  terminus  of  the  roads  penetrating  the 
southern  portion  of  the  State,  as  Oakland  is  reached  by  a  natural,  easy 
grade,  following  the  broad  and  level  valleys  which  stretch  along  the  eastern 
side  of  the  bay  of  San  Francisco.  It  is  also  the  terminus  of  the  Southern 
Pacific  Road,  which  is  fast  being  pushed  towards  the  banks  of  the  Color- 
ado. In  fact,  every  projected  railroad  enterprise,  with  few  exceptions, 
converges  to  this  point.  The  several  lines  of  railroad  in  operation  in 
California  are  either  owned  or  controlled  by  the  Central  Pacific  Railroad 
Company,  whose  works  must  necessarily  be  concentrated  in  this  city, 
because  they  further  their  own  interests  by  so  doing. 

The  Central  Pacific  Railroad  Company  owns  seventy  acres  of  land  at 
the  Oakland  Point,  used  as  a  site  for  round  houses,  work  shops,  and 
planing  mill.  At  this  mill  is  prepared  all  the  lumber  used  in  the  con- 
struction and  repairs  of  bridges  on  the  lines  of  their  several  roads.  Within 
the  past  year  the  company  have  also  excavated  a  dock  and  constructed  a 
ship  yard,  connecting  it  by  a  channel  with  deep  water.  There  has  been 
constructed  at  this  yard,  this  year,  the  largest  freight  boat  ever  launched 
on  this  coast,  the  Transit,  carrying  twenty  freight  cars.  Also  at  this  yard, 
the  new  and  magnificent  ferry  boat,  the  Oakland,  1,692  tons,  was  con- 
structed from  the  old  steamer  Chrysopolis  ;  the  steamer  Capital,  from 
which  another  new  ferry  boat  is  to  be  constructed,  is  now  on  the  ways, 
being  torn  to  pieces.  These  two  boats  will  be  the  most  magnificent  and 
fastest  ferry  boats  in  the  world.  The  Oakland  took  its  place  on  the  first 
of  September,  and  makes  the  trip  from  wharf  to  wharf  in  seventeen 
minutes. 

The  railroad  company  also  own  an  area  of  three  hundred  and  fifty 
acres  on  the  water  front,  extending  from  the  former  tract  toward  Goat 
Island,  with  a  frontage  of  nearly  half  a  mile  on  ship  channel.  The  com- 
pany have  also  purchased  considerable  real  estate  at  the  head  of  San 
Antonio  Creek,  and  they  own  a  large  tract  of  land  a  few  miles  south 
from  Brooklyn,  from  which  can  be  obtained  an  almost  unlimited  supply 
of  earth  for  filling  in  and  reclaiming  marsh  and  tide  lands.  These  lands 
are  destined  to  be  the  future  location  of  extensive  works,  store  houses, 
grain  elevators,  machine  shops,  rolling  mills,  car  shops,  and  other  neces- 
sary works  of  the  company,  when  the  Oakland  harbor  improvements 
shall  have  been  accomplished,  and  ship  and  car  brought  together  at  the 
Oakland  water  front.  Now,  ship  and  car  are  brought  together  at  the  end 
of  the  long  wharf  projecting  from  Oakland  Point,  eleven  thousand  feet 
in  length,  to  deep  water.  Here  the  largest  ships  which  plough  the  ocean 
can  load,  there  being  twenty-six  and  one  half  feet  of  water  at  low  tide 
and  thirty-three  and  one  half  feet  at  high  tide.  Here  has  been  erected 
extensive  freight  buildings,  depots,  railroad  offices,  warehouses,  and  ample 
facilities  for  storage  and  shipping  of  grain  and  other  freight.  The  struct- 
ure is  built  in  the  most  firm  and  enduring  manner,  and  nothing  has  been 
omitted  that  engineering  and  mechanical  skill  could  suggest.  The  over- 
land train,  and  the  accommodation  trains  for  San  Jose,  Sacramento, 
Stockton,  and  Marysville,  are  run  over  the  track  laid  through  _  First 
Street,  and  the  local  trains  run  over  the  Seventh  Street  track.  Eighty- 
two  passenger  and  freight  trains  daily  pass  over  this  wharf,  and  three 
hundred  sail  vessels  loaded  and  discharged  cargo  at  this  wharf  during  the 
year  1874,  carrying  away  over  two  hundred  thousand  tons  of  grain.  The 
ferry  passengers  over  this  wharf  for  the  three  years  last  past,  have  been 


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as  follows :  in  1872,  two  millions  four  hundred  and  fifteen  thousand  one 
hundred  and  forty-one  ;  in  1873,  two  millions  six  hundred  and  twenty-one 
thousand  nine  hundred  and  seventy-six ;  in  1874,  three  million  two  hun- 
dred and  thirty-eight  thousand  two  hundred  and  eighty — increase  in  one 
year,  six  hundred  and  sixteen  thousand  three  hundred  and  four.  Trains 
run  from  Oakland,  connecting  with  ferry  boats  for  San  Francisco,  during 
business  hours,  every  half  hour,  and  from  Brooklyn  and  Alameda  every 
hour  during  the  day,  and  up  to  nearly  midnight.  The  Alameda  branch 
was  built  last  year  from  Harrison  and  Seventh  streets,  and  crosses  San 
Antonio  Creek  by  a  substantial  bridge,  seven  hundred  and  eighty  feet  in 
length,  with  a  draw  of  two  openings  of  eighty  feet  each ;  ten  trips  are 
made  daily,  each  way,  and  on  Sundays  twelve.  During  the  past  year  a 
new  depot  has  been  erected  at  Broadway  station  at  an  expense  of  $58,000 
for  the  lot  and  $9,000  for  the  building.  A  new  double  track  has  been 
laid  with  Bessemer  steel  rails,  over  which  the  cars  run  without  jolt  or 
jar.  At  the  foot  of  Market  Street,  San  Francisco,  new  ferry  slips  have 
been  constructed,  and  better  accommodations  provided  for  the  traveling 
public. 

The  street  railroad  system  of  Oakland  is  very  comprehensive,  all  of  the 
streets  of  present  or  prospective  importance  being  covered  by  a  franchise. 
The  Oakland  Railroad  Company's  franchise  covers  Broadway  from  the 
water  front  to  the  charter  line,  and  thence  by  the  most  direct  route  to 
Berkeley.  The  road  is  five  and  one  half  miles  long ;  fourteen  one  horse 
cars  run  regularly  every  seven  and  one  half  minutes,  and  when  occasion 
requires,  two  two-horse  cars  and  six  flats  are  added ;  one  hundred  and 
nine  trips  from  Seventh  Street  to  Temescal  are  made  daily  ;  fifty-two 
horses  are  kept  in  the  company's  stable  at  Temescal.  The  San  Pablo 
branch  of  the  Oakland  Railroad  Company  extends  to  a  point  near  the 
Oakland  Trotting  Park,  a  distance  of  two  miles,  on  which  three  cars  are 
run  regularly  every  fifteen  minutes  during  the  day. 

The  Oakland,  Brooklyn,  and  Fruit  Vale  Railroad  runs  from  the  crossing 
of  Broadway  and  Seventh  streets,  in  Oakland,  to  the  corner  of  East 
Twelfth  Street  and  Thirteenth  Avenue,  East  Oakland,  a  distance  of  two 
miles,  passing  on  its  route  the  two  largest  hotels  this  side  of  the  bay — 
the  Grand  Central  and  Tubbs'.  There  are  owned  by  the  company  four 
cars  and  twenty  horses,  running  forty-one  trips  daily.  The  increase  of 
travel  on  this  road  shows  plainly  of  the  rapid  growth  of  Brooklyn  or  East 
Oakland. 

The  Alameda  and  Piedmont  Springs  Railroad  is  now  in  active  operation, 
running  two  cars,  one  every  half  hour,  from  the  foot  of  Webster  Street 
over  Webster  Street  bridge  to  Alameda. 

The  Brooklyn  and  Fruit  Vale  Railroad,  just  opened,  runs  from  the 
Brooklyn  depot  along  Thirteenth  Avenue  to  East  Twenty-second  Street, 
thence  through  private  properties  to  the  head  of  Fruit  Vale  Avenue,  a 
distance  of  two  and  one  half  miles ;  trips  are  made  every  hour. 

The  benefits  of  such  improvements  are  very  great,  a  population  is 
drawn  to  the  vicinity  of  the  various  lines  of  travel,  and  as  communication 
between  the  different  parts  of  the  city  is  made  convenient  and  cheap,  its 
growth  will  be  accelerated  and  the  value  of  real  estate  in  every  locality 
will  be  much  enhanced. 


DRIVES  AND  PLEASURE  RESORTS. 

The  Bmooth  macadamized  streets  within  the  limits  of  the  city  afford 
many  miles  of  pleasant  driving,  and  if  there  were  no  other  resort  Oakland 
would  be  unusually  attractive.  There  is  a  network  of  well  made  roads 
throughout  the  Oakland  Valley,  centering  at  Berkeley.     The  Telegraph 


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BUILDING      IMPROVEMENTS.  19 

and  San  Pablo  avenues  are  the  great  drive-ways  on  the  north  of  the  city, 
and  from  them  radiate  numerous  roads  that  lead  into  the  hills.  There 
are  two  beautiful  drives  leading  to  Piedmont  Springs,  five  miles  from 
Oakland,  by  way  of  Broadway  or  Webster  streets  or  out  Twelfth  Street 
to  the  Lake  Road,  with  finger  boards  at  all  cross  roads  directing  the  way. 
From  the  Piedmont  Springs  Hotel,  which  offers  every  attraction  for  the 
comfort  and  enjoyment  of  its  patrons,  perhaps  the  finest  and  most  com- 
plete view  of  the  bay  and  its  surroundings  is  obtained,  while  the  Bushy 
Dell,  hard  by,  is  a  ravine  filled  with  a  luxuriant  growth  of  shrubbery  and 
trees,  this  is  a  most  delightful  and  romantic  spot  with  excellent  made  :  cj 
walks  running  through  it.  In  this  dell  the  sulphur  springs  are  situated,  ;  H 
of  which  there  are  three,  flowing  eight  hundred  gallons  of  water  per  j  x/l 
hour,  strongly  impregnated  with  sulphur,  magnesia,  and  iron.  They 
have  medicinal  properties  of  great  value.  No  place  of  resort  can  be  more  I  W 
favorably  recommended  to  the  notice  of  our  Eastern  visitors,  while  the  j  ^ 
city  man  out  of  health  will  find  them  very  conveniently  situated.  From  M 
Piedmont  there  are  good  roads  running  through  the  mountains,  and  there  [  t"1 
is  a  labyrinth  of  pleasant  drives.  The  mountain  scenery  is  very  fine,  and 
it  is  difficult  to  realize  that  so  great  a  change  can  be  found  in  a  half  hour's 
ride  from  Oakland. 

The  drive-way  on  the  eastern  bank  of  Lake  Merritt  is  also  a  fashionable 
resort.  The  system  of  roads  in  East  Oakland  is  quite  complete,  and  the  g 
visitor  can  follow  any  road  that  he  may  observe  without  danger  of  being  0 
led  into  an  unpleasant  or  dangerous  locality.  ** 

The  most  important  place  of  public  resort,  especially  on  Sundays,  is  «5« 
Badger's  Central  Park,  East  Oakland,  where  there  are  highly  ornamented 
grounds,  a  large  pavilion  for  dancing,  and  all  the  attractions  ordinarily 
found  at  public  gardens.  That  the  excellent  roads  in  and  around  Oakland 
are  appreciated  by  visitors,  is  attested  by  the  fact  that  Oakland  has  eight 
large  livery  stables,  all  of  them  doing  a  prosperous  business. 

Lake  Merritt,  a  beautiful  sheet  of  water  situated  on  the  north  side  of 
Twelfth  Street,  east  of  Oak,  is  now  used  at  all  times  for  boating  and 
yachting;  a  fine  boat  house  has  been  erected  on  Twelfth  Street  for  the 
convenience  of  those  who  seek  health  and  pleasure  by  such  exercise. 


BUILDING    LMPROYEMENTS. 


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An  enumeration  of  the  buildings  erected  in  Oakland  during  the  year 
1874,  was  made  at  the  close  of  that  year.  It  was  ascertained  that  the  «^ 
number  was  one  thousand  and  sixty-three,  and  that  the  total  cost  was  i-j 
82,422,113,  or  an  average  of  82,278.50  for  each  building.  From  Janu-  i  § 
ary  1,  1875,  to  June  30,  1875,  it  is  estimated  that  three  hundred  and  fifty  1  p! 
buildings  have  been  erected,  of  an  aggregate  value  of  81,000,000.  In  the  2 
list  of  prominent  improvements  made  during  the  last  six  months,  or  now  j  o 
in  progress,  given  below,  the  value  is  about  8300,000.  In  addition  to 
the  school  buildings  constructed  by  the  School  Department,  and  referred 
to  elsewhere,  the  county  has  erected  a  new  Court  House  at  an  expense  of 
8200,000  and  a  County' Jail  which  cost  840,000.  There  has  been  much 
activity  in  the  building  of  cottages  and  small  houses,  confined  to  no  par- 
ticular part  of  the  city. 

The  First  Presbyterian  Church  Society  laid  the  corner  stone  of  an 
imposing  and  spacious  house  of  worship,  on  the  northeast  corner  of  Four- 
teenth and  Franklin  streets,  on  the  25th  of  April,  1875.  The  contract 
price  for  its  construction  was  852,000 :  the  entire  cost  of  lot,  building, 
organ,  and  furniture,  nearly  877,000.  It  has  two  well  proportioned 
spires,  the  tallest  of  which  rises  one  hundred  and  ninety-five  feet.     The 


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OAKLAND       DIRECTORY. 


interior  is  circular  in  form,  with  the  seats  slightly  raised  above  each  other 
as  they  recede  from  the  pulpit.     It  will  seat  one  thousand  persons. 

The  Society  of  the  First  Methodist  Church  commenced  the  erection, 
in  August,  1875,  of  a  new  church  edifice  on  the  southeast  corner  of  Four- 
teenth and  Clay  streets.  It  is  of  the  perpendicular  English  Gothic  style, 
built  of  wood,  with  brick  foundation.  The  front  is  eighty-four  feet, 
embracing  the  two  towers,  and  the  depth  is  one  hundred  and  four  feet ; 
the  nave  is  sixty-two  and  one  half  feet  wide  and  ninety-four  and  one  half 
in  depth ;  the  auditorium  is  sixty-one  by  seventy-nine  feet,  exclusive  of 
a  front  gallery,  and  will  comfortably  seat  eleven  hundred  people.  The 
principal  tower  is  one  hundred  and  eighty-three  feet  in  hight.  The  con- 
tract price  for  its  construction  was  $29,470. 

The  East  Oakland  Methodist  Episcopal  Church  Society  have  erected  a 
house  of  worship  on  the  corner  of  Seventh  Avenue  and  East  Fifteenth 
Street.  The  lot,  building,  and  furniture  cost  $5,200.  The  building  is  a 
pleasing  looking  structure,  plain  in  appearance,  and  unpretending  in  size 
and  architecture,  but  ample  in  accommodations  for  the  present  require- 
ments of  the  young  society.     It  was  dedicated  June  6,  1875. 

Frederick  Delger's  brick  block  of  fine  stores  on  the  west  side  of  Broad- 
way, between  Thirteenth  and  Fourteenth  streets,  costing  about  $18,000, 
comes  into  the  list  of  handsome  building  improvements  for  1875. 

E.  C.  Sessions  has  built  a  fine  two-story  residence  at  the  corner  of 
Eighth  and  Market  streets,  at  a  cost  of  $10,000. 

W.  B.  Hardy  has  erected  a  two-story  and  basement  residence  at  the 
corner  of  Webster  and  Durant  streets  ;  value,  8,000. 

J.  M.  Walker  has  built  on  the  entire  block  bounded  by  Madison,  Jack- 
son, Eleventh,  and  Twelfth  streets,  one  of  the  largest,  handsomest,  and 
most  substantial  residences  in  the  city.  The  cost  of  the  building  alone 
was  $40,000. 

A.  Erhardt  has  erected  a  block  of  two-story  frame  buildings  on  San 
Pablo  Avenue,  extending  from  Sixteenth  Street  almost  to  Seventeenth. 

J.  E.  Whitcher  has  put  up  a  fine  residence,  two  story  and  basement, 
on  the  corner  of  Eighth  and  Grove  streets  ;  cost,  $7,000. 

Capt.  P.  S.  Wilcox  has  erected  a  brick  warehouse  one  hundred  by  one 
hundred  and  fifty  feet,  at  the  corner  of  First  and  Jefferson  streets,  capa- 
ble of  storing  five  thousand  tons  of  wheat. 

The  Oakland  Planing  Mill  and  the  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  on  First 
Street,  have  both  been  enlarged,  the  former  by  the  erection  of  a  brick 
building  about  fifty  by  one  hundred  feet,  and  the  latter  by  an  addition 
of  fifty  by  seventy-five  feet,  and  the  enlargement  of  their  main  building. 

The  brick  passenger  depot  of  the  Oakland  and  San  Francisco  Railroad 
and  Ferry  Co.,  at  Broadway  Station,  was  finished  and  opened  to  the 
public  February  26,  1875.  It  has  a  frontage  of  fifty  feet  by  a  depth  of 
sixty  feet,  and  cost  $7,000. 

The  Union  Bank  Building,  on  the  southeast  corner  of  Ninth  Street 
and  Broadway,  has  been  raised  several  feet  and  its  basement  converted 
into  handsome  offices,  after  the  metropolitan  style. 

Jacob  Samm  has  built  a  large  flour  mill,  of  five  run  of  stone,  on  the 
northwest  corner  of  Clay  and  Front  streets.  The  motive  power  is  an 
engine  of  one  hundred  horse  power. 

George  M.  Blair  has  built  a  new  two-story  stair  manufactory,  fifty  by 
seventy-five  feet,  on  First  Street  near  Grove. 

The  California  Bridge  and  Building  Co.  have  erected,  and  have  now  in 
operation,  a  two-story  planing  mill  forty  by  fifty  feet,  on  the  northwest 
corner  of  First  and  Grove  streets. 

Brayton  Hall,  on  Twelfth  Street,  has  undergone  in  the  neighborhood 
of  $7,000  worth  of  remodeling  by  Mr.  A.  C.  Dietz,  its  owner. 

The  Union  Hotel,  East  Oakland,  has  had  a  $4,000  addition  constructed. 


All  sizes  refrigerators  and  ice  chests  for  sale  at  Gordon's,  469  Ninth. 


0.  F.  S—  Oakland  Feed  Store,  416  Ninth  near  Broadway— 0.  F.  S. 


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Charles  Jurgens  has  erected  a  spacious  two-story  and  celler  brick  build- 
ing, the  lower  story  of  which  is  for  stores,  on  the  south  side  of  Twelfth 
Street,  between  Broadway  and  Franklin  ;  value,  $16,500. 

Walter  Blair  has  built  six  fine  two-story  frame  residences,  at  a  cost  of 
$12,000,  on  Broadway  near  Twenty-first  Street. 

A  $40,000  hotel  building,  three  stories  in  bight,  the  first  floor  consist- 
ing of  stores,  has  been  erected  by  Walter  Blair,  on  the  north  side  of 
Fourteenth  Street,  between  Clay  and  Washington. 

Besides  erecting  several  fine  residences,  Dr.  Samuel  Merritt  has  re- 
modeled one  of  the  old  University  buildings  into  a  fine  edifice,  now 
known  as  the  Central  Pacific  Hotel,  on  the  northeast  corner  of  Eleventh 
and  Webster  streets,  at  a  cost  of  about  $9,000. 


LOCAL  INDUSTRIES. 

In  another  place  special  mention  is  made  of  the  several  manufactories 
in  the  City  of  Oakland.  Foremost  is  the  establishment  for  the  manufac- 
ture of  jute  bags.  Manufactures  are  a  sure  source  of  wealth  to  any  com- 
munity ;  those  who  have  the  facilities  to  create  articles  of  commerce  from 
raw  material  will  never  be  dependent.  They  create  wealth,  and  there  is 
no  surer  basis  for  permanent  business  prosperity.  The  tanneries,  pot- 
teries, and  establishments  for  the  making  of  artificial  stone,  are  all  sources 
of  revenue  that  possess  a  peculiar  value ;  they  draw  upon  the  outside 
world,  and  a  large  part  of  their  receipts  are  disbursed  so  as  to  benefit  the 
city.  The  immense  plaining  mills  that  are  kept  running  so  steadily  are 
not  second  in  importance  to  any  in  the  State.  There  are  peculiar  facil- 
ities for  the  manufacture  of  woolen  goods,  iron,  glass,  and  many  other 
articles  of  commerce,  which  will  be  more  fully  developed  as  the  improve- 
ment of  the  harbor  advances.  On  each  side  of  the  San  Antonio  Creek 
there  are  miles  of  frontage,  the  property  being  equally  accessible  by  rail 
or  by  water.  This  is  one  of  the  most  important  elements  in  the  locating 
of  factories.  Equal  conveniences  can  be  obtained  nowhere  else  in  the 
vicinity  of  the  metropolis,  and  they  will  be  rendered  available  at  the 
earliest  possible  moment.  Then  the  city  will  be  largely  self-supporting, 
and  no  longer  dependent  on  San  Francisco.  But  without  looking  for- 
ward to  the  time  when  this  idea  will  be  realized,  looking  at  things  as  they 
are,  it  will  be  seen  that  a  heavy  capital  is  already  invested,  that  a  vast 
amount  of  work  is  done,  and  that  hundreds  of  people  are  kept  in  constant 
employment.  The  works  of  the  Central  Pacific  Railroad  Co.,  at  West 
Oakland,  have  drawn  there  a  large  population  of  thrifty  and  intelligent 
persons,  who  quickly  became  owners  of  homesteads,  and  add  to  the 
wealth  and  standing  of  the  city.  That  company  has  constructed  a  marine 
railway,  and  during  the  past  year  has  rebuilt  the  Chrysopolis,  a  Sacra- 
mento River  boat,  and  transformed  her  into  a  ferry  boat  that  is  probably 
unequalled  in  America  for  its  elegance.  A  freight  boat,  for  the  carrying 
of  cars,  similar  to  the  Thoroughfare,  has  also  been  completed.  There  are 
many  localities  where  the  business  of  building  steamers  and  small  vessels 
can  be  carried  on  advantageously,  and  in  this  direction  there  seems  to  be 
a  fair  opportunity  for  safe  investments.  Very  many  local  industries  have 
languished  on  account  of  the  high  rates  of  interest  that  have  heretofore 
prevailed,  and  when  the  conditions  become  more  favorable  in  California, 
Oakland  will  be  the  first  to  feel  the  benefit. 

The  Oakland  Plaining  Mills  were  built  by  Burnham,  Standeford 
&  Co. ,  and  have  been  in  operation  since  February,  1869,  the  firm  name 
remaining  the  same.  In  addition  to  their  old  mill,  they  have  just  com- 
pleted and  occupied  an  extensive  brick  addition,  besides  purchasing  of 


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OAKLAND       DIRECTORY. 


Mr.  W.  L.  Barnes  the  premises  lately  occupied  by  him  on  the  corner  of 
Washington  and  Second  streets,  thus  securing  a  frontage  on  three 
streets.  The  new  addition  is  a  story  and  a  half  high,  and  in  superficial 
area  fifty  by  a  hundred  feet  on  First  Street,  at  a  cost  of  $3,000.  The  mills 
contain  all  the  latest  improved  machinery,  thereby  enabling  the  proprie- 
tors to  supply  everything  that  may  be  required  in  the  manufacture  of 
doors,  sashes,  house  trimmings,  etc. 

The  Pacific  Lumber  and  Mill  Company  is  a  corporation,  having 
its  principal  place  of  business  at  Oakland  Point.  The  capital  stock  is 
divided  into  five  thousand  five  hundred  shares,  all  of  which  have  been 
issued  $55  per  share  having  been  paid  in,  so  that  the  capital  invested 
amounts  to  $302,500.  In  addition  to  the  land  and  buildings  at  Oakland 
Point,  the  company  own  three  thousand  acres  of  timber  land  and  a  saw- 
mill in  San  Mateo  County ;  a  flume  from  this  land  to  Pigeon  Point,  seven 
miles  long,  and  a  wharf  and  warehouse  at  the  latter  named  place ;  also 
thirty-four  hundred  acres  of  timber  land  and  a  saw  mill  in  Lake  County. 
The  company  manufacture  all  kinds  of  house  and  mill  work,  and  furnish 
lumber,  railroad  ties,  posts,  and  cord  wood  at  any  point  on  the  coast. 
J.  W.  Pearson,  President  and  Treasurer. 

Blair's  New  Stair  Factory  on  the  corner  of  First  and  Grove  streets. 
Its  dimensions  are  seventy-five  by  one  hundred  and  twenty-five  feet,  two 
stories  high.  Mr.  Blair  commenced  business  here  when  the  patronage  of 
the  town  did  not  offer  employment  for  more  than  half  his  time  ;  he  now 
employs  eighteen  men,  and  not  only  supplies  the  local  demand  but  ships 
his  stairs  to  various  portions  of  the  State,  and  has  almost  exclusively  the 
trade  of  Los  Angeles.  His  portion  of  the  building  measures  fifty  by  seventy- 
five  feet,  a  forty  horse  power  engine  supplies  the  power.  The  California 
Bridge  and  Building  Company  have  a  share  in  the  building,  in  extent 
fifty  by  fifty  feet,  and  an  altogether  independent  establishment,  although 
for  the  sake  of  economy  uniting  in  building  with  Mr.  Blair. 

Samm's  Flouring  Mill,  located  on  the  corner  of  First  and  Clay  streets. 
This  is  a  frame  structure,  forty  by  sixty  feet,  and  two  and  a  half  stories 
high,  with  engine  house,  forty  by  forty  feet,  attached.  The  buildings 
alone  cost  $32,000.  It  is  furnished  with  the  most  modern  and  improved 
machinery,  has  five  run  of  stone,  with  a  capacity  of  two  hundred  and  fifty 
barrels  of  flour  and  fifty  tons  of  ground  barley  per  day.  The  mill  is  now 
running,  and  turning  out  a  superior  article  of  flour  which  is  finding  a 
ready  demand  in  the  home  market.  It  stands  immediately  in  front  of 
Merritt's  Wharf  and  the  Central  Pacific  Railroad  track,  so  that  the  ship- 
ping facilities  are  of  the  most  convenient  description. 

The  Clinton  Flouring  Mills,  located  on  the  corner  of  East  Eleventh 
Street  and  Twelfth  Avenue,  East  Oakland,  were  erected  in  1854.  Weston 
&  Welch  are  the  proprietors.  The  mills  contain  six  run  of  thirty-inch 
stones,  and  have  a  capacity  of  two  hundred  and  twentj'-five  barrels  per 
twenty-four  hours.  The  engine  by  which  the  machinery  is  propelled  is 
fifty  horse-power.  The  firm  manufacture  flour,  hominy,  oat  and  corn 
meal,  etc. 

The  Oakland  Iron  Works,  Ives  Scoville  &  Co.,  proprietors,  are 
located  on  Second  Street  between  Washington  and  Clay.  This  firm  is 
engaged  in  the  manufacture  and  repair  of  different  kinds  of  machinery, 
steam  engines,  pumps,  windmills,  etc.,  and  pattern  and  model  making. 
They  also  manufacture  the  Climax  Side  Hill  Plow,  all  steel  and  wrought 
iron,  which  they  claim  excels  all  others  in  lightness,  strength,  and  dura- 
bility. 

The  San  Antonio  Pioneer  Pottery,  Daniel  Brannan,  proprietor,  is 
located  on  the  corner  of  East  Twelfth  Street  and  Seventeenth  Avenue, 
East  Oakland.  This  establishment  has  recently  been  enlarged  to  enable 
the  proprietor  to  enter  largely  into  the  manufacture  of  his  patent  drain 


GORDON'S  Ice  Cream  Manufactory,  469  Ninth  Street,  Oakland. 


Oil-cake  meal  and  ground  barley,  416  Ninth  Street  near  Bdwy. 


LOCAL      INDUSTRIES.  23 


and  water  pipe,  now  being  introduced  in  the  market.  In  addition  to 
this,  he  manufactures  an  extensive  assortment  of  pottery  of  an  excellent 
quality ;  also  terra-cotta,  of  various  designs  and  patterns,  for  ornament- 
ing brick  buildings. 

California  Pottery  and  Terra  Cotta  Works,  James  Miller,  pro- 
prietor, are  located  on  the  corner  of  East  Twelfth  Street  and  Nineteenth 
Avenue,  East  Oakland.  This  firm  has  recently  commenced  operations, 
and  is  preparing  to  enter  extensively  into  the  manufacture  of  terra  cotta 
flower  pots,  etc.  The  clay  used  is  obtained  in  the  vicinity  of  the  works, 
and  is  said  to  be  of  excellent  quality. 

The  Manhattan  Marble  Company  of  California  commenced  opera- 
tions January,  1873,  at  the  corner  of  First  and  Filbert  streets.  This  com- 
pany is  engaged  in  the  manufacture  of  mantles,  tiles,  furniture  tops,  etc. , 
in  imitation  of  the  costly  European  marbles,  such  as  Sienna,  Jasper,  Mala- 
chite, and  Lisbon.  The  articles  manufactured  are  said  to  be  unequaled 
in  durability,  beauty,  and  cheapness.  Twelve  men  are  employed,  who 
turn  out  about  fifty  or  sixty  mantels  a  month,  besides  other  work. 

Pacific  Jute  Manufacturing  Company. — East  side  Second  Avenue 
near  East  Tenth,  East  Oakland.  Capital,  $1,000,000.  Leopold  Calm, 
President ;  Philip  Susmann,  Secretary.  Manufactures  grain  sacks,  wool 
sacks,  potato  sacks,  burlaps,  and  twines,  from  jute,  of  which  over  fifteen 
thousand  bales  are  imported  yearly  from  Calcutta.  The  capacity  of  the 
company's  works  has  been  increased  to  one  hundred  and  fifty  looms, 
capable  of  turning  out  four  million  sacks  per  year.  To  manufacture  this 
quantity,  employment  is  given  to  about  five  hundred  men.  This  result 
has  been  reached  within  four  years,  the  growth  of  the  institution  being 
unprecedented  in  the  manufacturing  enterprises  on  this  coast.  Beyond  the 
importation  of  the  raw  material,  everything  is  done  on  the  premises — 
spinning,  weaving,  sewing,  hydraulic  pressing,  etc.,  and  nothing  in  the 
way  of  machinery  and  its  operation  is  wanting  to  produce  bagging  materials 
universally  acknowledged  superior  to  any  imported.  This  corporation  has 
heretofore  been  known  as  the  Oakland  Cotton  Mills,  which  was  organized 
August  25, 1865,  by  W.  H.  Rector  and  his  three  sons.  Originally,  cotton 
goods  were  manufactured,  but  the  machinery  for  that  work  has  been 
sold  to  make  room  for  the  jute  working. 

Pacific  Cordage  Company. — The  works  of  this  Company  are  located 
near  Fruit  Vale  Railroad  Station,  Alameda  County.  The  main  building 
is  two  stories  in  hight  and  one  hundred  and  ninety  feet  wide  by  forty-five 
feet  long.  The  rope-walk  is  twenty-six  feet  wide  by  eighteen  hundred 
feet  long.  The  machinery  used  is  of  the  most  improved  character,  with 
a  capacity  of  ten  thousand  pounds  per  day  of  ten  hours.  Constant  em- 
ployment is  afforded  to  nearly  one  hundred  persons.  The  raw  material 
used  in  this  establishment  is  obtained  from  Manila  and  St.  Louis,  and 
is  known  as  the  Manila  and  Kentucky  hemp.  The  attention  of  those 
engaged  in  industrial  pursuits  is  invited  to  the  fact  that  this  company 
could  consume  annually  five  hundred  tons  of  the  Kentucky  hemp,  if 
parties  could  cultivate  it  on  this  coast  and  furnish  it  even  at  an  advance 
on  Eastern  prices. 

In  order  to  test  the  capability  of  soil  and  climate  for  the  production 
of  hemp,  this  company,  in  March,  1874,  planted  five  acres  to  Kentucky 
hemp,  about  two  and  a  half  bushels  to  the  acre,  the  result  was  a  yield  of 
one  thousand  pounds  to  the  acre,  of  strong,  soft  fibre,  equal  to  the  best 
Kentucky  grown,  and  they  also  found  the  winter  season  very  favorable 
for  the  rotting  of  the  hemp,  occupying  much  less  time  than  is  required  to 
do  the  same  thing  in  Kentucky.  It  is  understood  by  hemp  growers  that 
it  can  always  be  produced  wherever  Indian  corn  does  well.  The  company 
will  furnish  samples  of  the  seed  gratis  to  any  parties  who  desire  to 
make  the  experiment. 


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24  OAKLAND      DIRECTORY. 

Oakland  Glove  Factory. — Mrs.  Spanieling  &  Mrs.  Robbins,  formerly 
of  Stockton,  have  established,  recently,  at  406  Twelfth  Street,  a  manu- 
factory of  gloves.  Already,  the  enterprise  affords  employment  for  a 
number  of  persons  and  every  effort  will  be  made  by  its  proprietresses  to 
ensure  its  success. 

Ribbon  Manufactory,  corner  Market  and  Twenty-second  streets, 
Joseph  Green,  proprietor.  This  is  the  pioneer  ribbon  factory  in  the  State, 
all  kinds  of  ribbons  are  made  of  any  width,  shade,  or  color,  to  suit,  and 
entirely  from  California  silk,  it  has  not  been  so  well  patronized  as  it 
deserves,  although  Mr.  Green  is  endeavoring  to  satisfy  both  the  trade 
and  private  custom ;  but  as  the  ribbons  manufactured  are  equal  to  any 
imported  they  may  in  time  find  a  ready  market,  both  at  home  and 
abroad. 

The  Brooklyn  Tannery,  Crist  &  Rued,  proprietors,  located  on  East 
Twelfth  Street,  between  Twenty-first  and  Twenty-second  avenues,  East 
Oakland,  is  the  largest  in  Alameda  County.  Operations  were  commenced 
in  July,  1873.  The  business  consists  in  the  manufacture  of  sole  leather, 
also  harness  and  skirting  leather.  At  present  eight  men  are  employed. 
The  quantity  of  leather  manufactured  is  about  two  thousand  sides  a  month. 

The  Oak  Grove  Tannery,  John  S.  Derby,  proprietor.  The  business 
consists  in  the  manufacture  of  harness,  skirting;  and  sole  leather,  the 
principal  market  for  which  is  San  Francisco.  Six  men  find  constant 
employment.  The  quantity  of  leather  manufactured  is  about  two  hundred 
and  forty  sides  a  week.  The  tannery  is  located  on  the  corner  of  East 
Twelfth  and  Eighteenth  streets. 

The  Oakland  Tannery,  located  on  the  Bay  shore,  about  two  miles 
north  of  the  old  charter  line,  is  owned  by  Wm.  Watts.  The  specialty  is 
the  manufacture  of  the  finer  kinds  of  calf-skin,  for  boots  and  shoes,  and 
the  principal  market  for  which  is  in  San  Francisco. 

California  Reduction  Works,  late  Brooklyn  Metallurgical  Works, 
located  at  East  Oakland,  A.  P.  Minear,  proprietor.     Not  in  operation. 

Lusk's  Manufactory  of  Preserved  Fruit. — These  works  are  located 
on  Evoy  Avenue,  between  San  Pablo  and  Telegraph  avenues.  The 
principal  building  is  one  hundred  and  eighty  feet  in  length,  by  seventy 
feet  in  width ;  and,  in  addition,  there  are  several  small  structures  for  the 
different  departments  of  the  enterprise.  Ten  thousand  cans  of  preserved 
fruits  and  vegetables  are  packed  daily,  and  over  one  hundred  and  fifty 
persons  are  constantly  employed.  Three  hundred  and  fifty  acres  of  land 
are  in  cultivation,  on  which  are  raised  nearly  all  the  vegetables  required 
in  this  establishment. 

Carriage  Manufactories. — There  are  several  establishments  in  Oak- 
land engaged  in  the  manufacture  of  carriages,  buggies,  and  wagons,  and 
a  variety  of  articles  connected  therewith,  the  quality  of  which  will  favor- 
ably compare  with  those  produced  elsewhere.  One  of  the  most  extensive 
is  the  Oakland  Carriage  Factory,  M.  W.  Allen,  proprietor,  located  on  the 
corner  of  Tenth  and  Franklin  streets.  The  Pioneer  Factory  of  Sohst 
Brothers,  corner  of  Franklin  and  Eighth  streets,  is  extensively  engaged 
in  the  same  fine.  The  new  and  commodious  building  recently  erected 
by  these  gentlemen  affords  ample  facilities  for  the  economical  and  prompt 
dispatch  of  the  various  departments  of  their  business.  Northey  & 
McGrath,  803  East  Twelfth  Street,  are  also  engaged  in  the  manufacture 
of  carriages,  buggies,  wagons,  and  all  kinds  of  agricultural  implements. 

In  this  connection  may  be  mentioned  the  establishments  of  King  & 
Williams,  414  Eleventh  Street ;  T.  Weymouth,  365  Eleventh ;  John  O. 
N.  Smith,  502  Seventh  Street ;  Henry  Weeks,  314  East  Eleventh,  rear 
of  Washington  HaU ;  and  P.  H.  McGrew,  1050  and  1064  Thirteenth 
Avenue,  where  carriage-making,  repairing,  and  general  blacksmithing  is 
done  in  a  workmanlike  manner. 


J.  S.  G-.  GORDON,  agent  for  Napa  Soda  Springs.    469  Ninth  Street. 


0.  P.  S  —  Oregon  oats  and  ground  barley,  416  Ninth  Street— 0.  F.  S. 


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Windmills. — A.  H.  South  wick,  office  414  Ninth  Street,  is  extensively 
engaged  in  the  manufacture  of  the  Turbine  Patent  Windmill,  a  California 
invention.  The  inventor  claims  that  this  is  the  best  self-regulating, 
noiseless  windmill  in  the  country,  and  that,  after  a  series  of  experiments, 
it  is  now  brought  to  perfection. 

Taylor  &  Co.'s  Lumber  Yard,  foot  of  Washington  Street,  presents, 
at  all  times,  quite  a  lively  appearance,  the  immense  piles  of  lumber 
furnish  an  answer  to  the  natural  query  as  to  where  the  vast  supplies 
required  to  keep  so  many  mills  in  operation  come  from. 

Wilcox's  Warehouse  is  immediately  west  of  Samm's  Flouring  Mill, 
on  First  Street,  a  fire  proof  brick  building  seventy-five  by  one  hundred 
feet,  cost  about  S5,500,  is  to  be  used  for  storing  grain,  it  has  a  side  track 
for  loading  and  unloading  railroad  cars.  This  is  the  first  grain  warehouse 
erected  in  Oakland. 


POPULATION— 1 870-1 875 . 

The  Federal  Census  of  1870  placed  the  population  of  the  township  of 
Oakland  at  11,104,  divided  as  follows:  native,  6,940;  foreign,  4,164; 
or  white,  10,142 ;  colored,  55  ;  Chinese,  906  ;  Indian,  1.  Of  this  aggre- 
gate, 10,500  are  declared  the  population  of  the  city,  and  the  remainder, 
600,  represent  the  township  outside  the  Charter  Limits.  No  official 
classification  of  the  sexes  and  ages  has  been  as  yet  published,  and  it  is 
therefore  impossible  to  compare  the  above  figures  with  the  returns  of  the 
school  census  of  1874  and  1875,  and  the  data  collected  during  the  progress 
of  the  canvass  for  the  present  volume.  In  1869,  the  total  number  of 
children  of  15  years  and  under,  according  to  the  school  census,  was 
2,144;  1870,  2,628;  1871,  2,952;  1872,  3,402;  1873,  5,064;  1874,  6,121; 
1875,  7,231  (or  males  and  females,  5  and  under,  2,482  ;  over  5,  and  under 
17,  males  2,303,  females  2,446).  The  total  population  of  the  city  as 
returned  by  the  Census  Marshal  June,  1873,  is  15,387  ;  for  June,  1875, 
20,691,  of  which  3,474  are  residents  of  East  Oakland.  The  number  of 
names  of  male  adults  contained  in  the  Oakland  Directory  for  1873,  is 
4,564;  for  1875,  9,184,  an  increase  of  over  one  hundred  per  cent,  in 
two  years. 

The  following  table  has  been  compiled  from  the  above  and  other  relia- 
ble data  collected  during  the  progress  of  the  canvass  for  the  present 
volume.  Attention  is  respectfully  directed  to  the  figures  contained 
therein,  and  the  aggregate  derived  therefrom : 

Males  over  21,  names  in  the  present  volume 9,184 

Females  over  18,  estimated 5,700 

Males  between  16  and  21,  estimated 950 

Males  between  5  and  16,  inclusive,  school  census 2,303 

Males  5  and  under,  school  census 1,200 

Females  between  17  and  18,  estimated 400 

Females  between  5  and  16,  school  census 2,446 

Females  under  5,  school  census 1,282 

Colored,  Indians,  etc. ,  of  all  ages,  estimated 125 

Chinese,  males  and  females,  estimated 1,050 

Floating  names,  refused  and  not  obtained  in  canvass 200 


Total  population  City  of  Oakland,  August,  1875 24,840 

Population  (School  Marshal)  June,  1873,  15,387 ;  increase  in  two  years, 

sixty-two  per  cent. 

The  difference  in  the  above  estimate,  24,840,  and  the  returns  of  the 

Censul  Marshal,  20,691,  of  4,149,  appears  to  be  large,  but  when  the  fact 


Monograms  and  Wedding  Cards  executed  at  STRICKLAND  &  CO.'S. 


E.  W.  WOODWAKD  &  CO.,  suburban  unimproved  property  for  sale. 


26                                          OAKLAND      DIRECTORY. 

is  considered  that  there  are  in  the  present  volume  the  names  of  9,184 
adult  males,  and  that  the  returns  of  the  Census  Marshal  of  children  of 
all  ages  under  17,  amount  to  7,231,  an  aggregate  from  these  two  elements 
alone  of  16,405,  it  will  be  admitted  that  our  figures  are  a  fair  approxima- 
tion to  the  actual  number.     Estimating  the  population  on  the  basis  of 
the  number  of  names  in  the  present  volume,  and  assuming  that  each 
name  represents  three  in  the  population,  it  woidd  give  27,552  as  the 
result,  over  ten  per  cent,  more  than  the  figures  of  our  table. 

The  Sacramento  Directory  January,  1875,  contains  7,000  names,  and 
an  estimate  of  the  population  of  the  city  at  21,000.     It  will  be  therefore 
seen  that  Oakland  is  now  the  second  city  in  point  of  population  in  the 
State.     The  Federal  Census,  1870,  returns  the  population  of  Sacramento 
16,298;  of  Oakland,  11,164. 

CLASSIFICATION    OF    DEATHS 

OCCURRING  IN  THE  CITY  OF  OAKLAND  FROM  JUNE  30,  1873,  TO  JUNE  30,  1875. 

1873-1. 

1874^5. 

MAZE. 

FEMALE. 

MALE. 

FEMALE. 

CLASS   I. — ZYMOTIC   DISEASES. 

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CLASS  II. — CONSTITUTIONAL  DISEASES. 

Order  1.     Diathetic 

2.     Tubercular 

CLASS   III. — LOCAL   DISEASES. 

2.     Circulatory  system 

3.     Respiratory        "     

4.     Digestive            "     

6.     Generative          "     

7.     Locomotory        " 

CLASS   TV. — DEVELOPMENTAL   DISEASES. 

Order  1.     Still-born 

2.     Children. .". 

4.     Age 

5.     Nutrition 

CLASS   V. — DEATHS   BY   VIOLENCE. 

Order  1.     Accident  and  negligence 

Unclassified — Unknown. 

Total  by  sex 

126 

125 

164 

152 

Totals 

251 

316 

NAPA  SODA  is  recommended  by  physicians  as  healthful  drinking. 


0.  P.  S— Whole  barley  and  corn,  416  Ninth  St.  near  Bdwy— 0.  P.  S. 


CENTRAL      LAND       COMPANY.  27 


AGES  OF  DECEDENTS 

FOR  THE  YEAR  ENDING  JUNE  30,  1875. 

Under  1  year  old 55  males ;  42  females 97 

Between  land  5 13     "         25      "        3S 

Total  under  5  years  of  age 135 

Between    5  and  10 7  males ;  9  females 16 

Between  10  and  15 4  "  2  "  6 

Between  15  and  20 5  "  5  "  10 

Between  20  and  30 10  "  16  "  26 

Between  30  and  40 13  "  17  "  30 

Between  40  and  50 25  "  12  "  37 

Between  50  and  60 IS  "  7  "  25 

Between  60  and  70 7  "  8  "  15 

Between  70  and  SO 7  "  7  "  14 

Between  SO  and  90 —  "  2  "  2 

Total 164  males;  152  females 316 

The  number  of  births  for  the  years  1873-4,  411.  The  number  of  births 
recorded  for  the  years  1S74-5,  is  200  males;  1S9  females;  total,  3S9,  showing 
a  balance  of  73  births  over  the  deaths. 

Estimating  the  population,  December  31,  1870,  at  10,000;  December  31, 
1871,  at  11,000;  and  December  31,  1S72  (including  Brooklyn),  at  15,000,  give 
a  mortality  of  1  to  every  82  of  the  population  for  the  year  1870-71 ;  1  to  every 
102  for  1871-2 ;  and  1  to  every  71  for  1872-73.  The  number  of  births  for  the 
year  1S71-72  is  179;  and  for  1872-3,  is  292.  The  returns  of  1871-2  show 
that  deducting  the  number  of  deaths  by  accident,  tubercular  diseases,  and 
those  of  children  under  five  years  (a  large  proportion  of  which  generally  result 
from  negligence  or  ignorance),  would  give  a  yearly  mortality  of  1  in  216  for 
1S71-72.  Epidemic  and  endemic  diseases  are  of  rare  occurrence  and  of  mild 
character. 

The  census  for  June,  1S73,  was  15,3S7;  the  estimated  census  for  June,  1S75, 
is  25,000;  the  rate  of  mortality  for  1S73,  was  1  to  62;  for  1875,  was  1  to  79. 


THE  CENTRAL  -LAND  COMPANY. 

This  company  is  the  owner  of  two  hundred  and  seventy-two  building 
lots,  well  located,  and  last  year  began  to  improve  them  by  erecting  good 
houses  thereon,  and  selling  house  and  lot  on  the  monthly  instalment  plan. 
It  has  proved  a  great  success.  On  the  tract  and  in  its  immediate  vicinity, 
at  least  fifty  fine  dwellings  have  been  erected,  streets  graded,  city  water 
introduced,  and  in  no  part  of  Oakland  is  there  more  marked  improvement 
than  in  the  locality  of  the  company's  tract.  The  location  is  a  beautiful 
one,  between  Telegraph  and  San  Pablo  avenues,  in  the  city  and  in  the 
immediate  neighborhood  of  McClure's  Military  Academy,  Golden  Gate 
Academy,  Durant  Grammar  School,  church  and  store.  Horse  cars  pass 
every  seven  minutes,  and  the  property  is  within  ten  minutes  ride  of  Broad- 
way and  Seventh  streets.  Any  style  of  improvements  desired  are  built 
and  sold  on  the  instalment  plan,  at  cash  cost  of  same.  The  company 
intend  to  build  one  hundred  and  thirty-six  nice,  two  story  houses,  thus 
improving  alternate  lots  and  enhancing  the  value  of  intervening  lots.  The 
company  is  composed  of  some  of  the  solid  men  of  Oakland,  and  their  plan 
of  operation  must  prove  profitable  alike  to  purchaser  and  seller.  Every 
growing  city  would  do  well  to  have  a  few  such  corporations  at  work. 


STRICKLAND  &  CO.  manufacture  Account  Books  to  order. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  958  Broadway,  bargains  in  real  estate. 


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OAKLAND      DIRECTORY. 


EEAL    ESTATE. 

From  E.  C.  Sessions  &  Co.,  real  estate  agents  and  auctioneers,  we  obtain 
the  following  record  of  transactions  in  Oakland  from  January  1,  1S67,  to  July 
1,  1875,  amounting  to  $21,204,381,  as  per  the  following  schedule: 

Total  sales  for  1867 $  1,685,237 

Total  sales  for  186§ 2,700,038 

Total  sales  for  1869 2,518,315 

Total  sales  for  1870 2,294,534 

Total  sales  for  1871 2,074,163 

Total  sales  for  1872 2,459,015 

Total  sales  for  1873 2,439,595 

Total  sales  for  1874 3,042,371 

First  six  months  of  1875 1,991,113 

$21,204,381 

The  above  total  represents  the  amount  of  all  sales  effected  in  Oakland 
from  the  time  it  commenced  to  assume  importance  and  attract  general 
attention  throughout  the  State.  During  the  past  year  and  a  half,  ending 
July  1,  1875,  sales  have  increased  nearly  fifty  per  cent.,  and  have  been 
mainly  to  parties  intending  to  improve  and  occupy  the  property.  These 
facts  indicate  that  the  business  has  been  of  healthy  and  legitimate  growth. 
The  year  of  1874  was  one  of  unexampled  prosperity  for  Oakland ;  one 
thousand  and  sixty-three  buildings  were  erected  at  a  cost  of  $2,422,000, 
and  the  indications  are,  that  this  number  will  be  largely  increased  during 
the  present  year.  Prices  of  land  are  still  very  low ;  choice  property  for  res- 
idence purposes,  centrally  located,  can  be  obtained  within  the  limits  of 
twenty  to  seventy-five  dollars  per  front  foot,  outside  lands  at  a  propor- 
tionate figure. 

The  street  railroads  have  developed  and  rendered  valuable  large  tracts 
of  land,  and  among  the  number  special  attention  is  directed  to  the  Brook- 
lyn and  Fruit  Vale  Railroad,  now  in  course  of  construction  in  East  Oak- 
land, and  along  the  route  of  which  are  many  beautiful  building  sites  noted 
for  their  commanding  views  and  healthful  location. 

The  admirable  ferry  accommodations  furnish  rapid  and  frequent  transit 
between  Oakland  and  San  Francisco,  trains  running  on  double  tracks  at 
half  hourly  intervals,  connecting  with  large,  commodious,  and  elegantly 
furnished  steam  ferry  boats,  carrying  passengers  on  commutation  tickets 
for  tliree  dollars  per  month,  single  fare  fifteen  cents.  The  average  travel 
for  1874  was  9,000  daily. 


METEOROLOGICAL. 

The  meteorological  observations  made  in  the  City  of  Oakland  up  to  the 
present  year  have  been  mainly  confined  to  recording  the  rainfall,  which  has 
been  as  follows : 

1868-9 20  69-100 

1S69-70 19  58-100 

1870-1 12  16-100 

1871-2 32  69-100 

1872-3 16  42-100 

1873-4 26    3-100 

1S74-5 21  67-100 

For  the  years  1868  to  1872,  the  above  figures  were  made  by  Mr.  John  Eoss, 
and  since  the  latter  date  by  Mr.  James  Hutchison,  of  the  Bay  Nursery. 


J.  S.  G.  GORDON,  wholesale  and  retail  dealer  in  ice.    469  Ninth  St. 


0. F.  S—  "Wheat  and  cracked  corn,  416  Ninth  St.  nr  Broadway— 0.  F. S. 


PUBLIC       LIBRARIES. 


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PUBLIC    LIBRARIES. 

Oakland  Library. — Northwest  corner  Fourteenth  and  Washington 
streets.  The  Oakland  Library  Association  was  organized  on  the  fifth  day 
of  March,  1868,  by  a  meeting  of  the  citizens  of  Oakland  called  for  that 
purpose.  The  first  officers  (elected  April  27,  1868)  were :  President, 
Samuel  Merritt ;  Vice-President,  W.  H.  Glascock ;  Treasurer,  A.  C. 
Henry;  Recording  Secretary,  William  C.  Little;  Corresponding  Secre- 
tary, George  Tait ;  Trustees :  H.  D.  Bacon,  E.  Bigelow,  G.  W.  Armes, 
H.  0.  Lee,  G.  C.  Potter,  E.  C.  Sessions,  P.  S.  Wilcox,  Joseph  Gamble. 
Officers,  September  20,  1873 :  President,  J.  Preston  Moore ;  Vice-Presi- 
dent, E.  R.  Sill;  Secretary,  C.  W.  Kellogg;  Treasurer,  J.  C.  Quinn. 

Directors :  Mrs.  Charles  Palmer,  Mrs.  Prof.  Carr,  Martin  Kellogg, 
Geo.  W.  Armes,  Mrs.  W.  H.  Raymond,  Mrs.  Geo.  Potter,  J.  McChesney, 
F.  W.  GiU,  W.  W.  Crane,  Jr. 

Officers,  1874-5. — President,  J.  B.  McChesney;  Vice-President,  C.  W. 
Kellogg ;  Secretary,  F.  M.  Campbell ;  Treasurer,  F.  W.  Gill. 

Directors.—  Mrs.  E.  S.  Carr,  Miss  Nellie  Ellis,  E.  P.  Flint,  J.  K.  Mc- 
Lean, Mrs.  W.  H.  Raymond,  J.  Preston  Moore,  George  W.  Armes,  J.  R. 
Mason,  W.  W.  Crane,  Jr. 

Librarian. — Miss  Ina  D.  Coolbrith. 

The  rooms  of  the  association  were  originally  located  in  Broadway  Block, 
where  they  continued  until  September,  1871,  when  they  were  removed 
to  a  new  building  erected  by  the  association  on  the  corner  of  Washington 
and  Twelfth  streets,  here  they  remained  until  October  15,  1874,  when 
they  were  removed  to  the  present  location.  The  library  was  first  opened 
to  the  public  on  January  1,  1869. 

The  library  contains  over  3,500  volumes,  exclusive  of  serial  publications. 
Twenty-two  magazines  and  periodicals,  and  the  leading  newspapers  of  the 
day  are  regularly  received  and  placed  on  file  for  the  use  of  the  members 
and  their  friends.  Average  number  of  volumes  drawn  per  month  is  one 
thousand  and  seven,  of  which  about  sixtj'  per  cent,  are  works  of  fiction. 
Number  of  members,  three  hundred  and  fifty.  Annual  dues,  S6.  Rooms 
open  from  ten  o'clock  a.m.  to  nine  o'clock  p.m.  ;  closed  from  one  to  two 
o'clock  p.m.  and  five  to  six  o'clock  p.m.  daily. 

Odd  Fellows'  Library. — Rooms,  Odd  Fellows'  Hall.  The  Odd  Fel- 
lows' Library  Association  was  organized  August  12,  1867. 

Officers. — 1875,  are :  Board  of  Directors — W.  D.  Harwood,  Geo.  E. 
Sherman,  S.  F.  Daniels,  elected  by  the  University  Lodge ;  N.  B.  Hoyt, 
George  W.  Lewis,  W.  T.  Bellars,  elected  by  Fountain  Lodge ;  W.  S. 
Dryden,  P.  E.  Davis,  E.  K.  Russell,  elected  by  Oakland  Lodge. 

Officers. — President,  W.  D.  Harwood;  Vice-President,  George  E.  Sher- 
man ;  Secretary,  George  W.  Lewis ;  Corresponding  Secretary,  W.  S.  Dry- 
den ;  Treasurer,  P.  E.  Davis;  Librarian,  P.  J.  Ipsen. 

This  library  contains  two  thousand  five  hundred  volumes  of  works, 
well  selected  from  the  different  departments  of  modern  literature.  A 
careful  selection  of  the  best  periodicals  and  the  leading  newspapers  of  the 
day  are  regularly  received  and  filed  for  the  use  of  visitors.  Increase  of 
library  during  the  past  year,  four  hundred  and  fifty -four  volumes.  Num- 
ber of  volumes  taken  out  during  the  same  period,  seven  thousand  seven 
hundred  and  seventy-four.  The  library  rooms  are  open  from  two  to  five 
and  from  half-past  six  to  half -past  eight  o'clock  p.  m.  Average  monthly 
circulation,  six  hunched  and  forty-eight. 

Oakland  Reading  Room  Association,  organized  1874.  Officers: 
President,  L.  L.  Alexander ;  Vice-President,  F.  S.  Page ;  Secretary, 
Mrs.  L.  P.  Fisher;  Treasurer,  W.  W.  Garthwait. 


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OAKLAND       DIRECTORY. 


MUNICIPAL    OFFICERS— 1854  to  1874. 

March,  1854  (first  election  under  the  charter  of  1854). — Mayor, 
Horace  W.  Carpentier ;  City  Council,  Edward  Gallagher,  A.  D.  Eames, 
John  Kelsey,  George  M.  Blake,  W.  C.  Josselyn,  A.  Marier;  Clerk,  J. 
R.  Dunglinson ;  Marshal,  John  Hogan ;  Assessor,  J.  S.  Tubbs. 

March,  1855. — May<jr,  Charles  Campbell;  City  Council,  Edward 
Gallagher,  A.  D.  Eames,  S.  J.  Lynch,  William  Harwood,  Andrew 
Williams,  Leonard  Johnson ;  Clerk,  Thomas  Gallagher ;  Marshal,  J.  P. 
M.  Davis ;  Assessor,  Andrew  Crosswell. 

March,  1856. — Mayor,  S.  H.  Robinson;  City  Council,  R.  Worthing- 
ton,  William  Hillegass,  Edward  Gibbons,  George  H.  Fogg,  J.  G.  Kitt- 
ridge,  F.  K.  Shattuck;  Clerk,  Thomas  Gallagher;  Marshal,  J.  P.  M. 
Davis ;  Assessor,  A.  D.  McDevitt. 

March,  1857. — Mayor,  A.  Williams;  City  Council,  William  Harwood, 
A.  Davison,  William  Hillegass,  R.  Worthington,  James  Lentell,  A.  Mar- 
ier ;  Clerk,  Edward  Gibbons ;  Marshal,  J.  P.  M.  Davis ;  Assessor,  A.  D. 
McDevitt. 

March,  1858.— Mayor,  A.  Wilhams;  City  Council,  F.  K.  Shattuck, 
G.  W.  Fountain,  John  McCann,  G.  W.  Scribner,  Thomas  Gallagher, 
James  Daley;  Clerk,  Edward  Gibbons;  Marshal,  J.  P.  M.  Davis; 
Assessor,  N.  J.  Thompson. 

March,  1859.— Mayor,  F.  K.  Shattuck;  City  Council,  A.  D.  Mc- 
Devitt, Edward  Hoskins,  J.  B.  Pierce,  J.  R.  Rogers,  A.  Marier,  Frank- 
lin Warner ;  Clerk,  Edward  Gibbons ;  Marshal,  A.  Davison ;  Assessor, 
L.  B.  Tarpley. 

March,  I860.— Mayor,  J.  P.  M.  Davis ;  City  Council,  J.  B.  Pierce, 
J.  H.  Brown,  A.  W.  White,  P.  W.  Van  Winkle,  M.  M.  Howe,  Edward 
Hoskins ;  Clerk,  Edward  Gibbons ;  Marshal,  William  Hoskins ;  Assessor, 
L.  B.  Tarpley. 

March,  1861.— Mayor,  J.  P.  M.  Davis;  City  Council,  T.  D.  Woolsey, 
Edward  Gibbons,  B.  C.  Horn,  D.  W.  Barnes,  J.  M.  Dillon,  A.  D. 
Eames ;  Clerk,  Edward  Hoskins ;  Marshal,  William  Hoskins ;  Assessor, 
L.  B.  Tarpley. 

March,  1862. — Mayor,  George  M.  Blake;  City  Council,  Samuel 
Merritt,  F.  K.  Shattuck,  T.  D.  Woolsey,  Edward  Gibbons,  J.  M.  Dillon, 
A.  D.  Eames ;  Clerk,  E.  P.  Sanf ord ;  Marshal,  William  Hoskins ;  Asses- 
sor, J.  E.  Whitcher. 

March,  1863.— Mayor,  W.  H.  Bovee;  City  Council,  O.  L.  Shafter, 
W.  W.  Crane,  Jr.,  Edward  Gibbons,  C.  Taylor,  James  DeFremery,  F. 
K.  Shattuck;  Clerk,  E.  P.  Sanford;  Marshal,  James  Brown;  Assessor, 
J.  M.  Dillon. 

March,  1864. — Mayor,  Edward  Gibbons;  City  Council,  E.  Jansen,  J. 

0.  Miner,  D.  P.  Barstow,  A.  C.  Palmer,  C.   Taylor ;  Clerk,  E.  P.  San- 
ford ;  Marshal,  James  Brown ;  Assessor,  J.  M.  Dillon ;  City  Justice,  E. 

1.  Smith. 

March,  1865.— Mayor,  B.  F.  Ferris;  City  Council,  J.  O.  Miner, 
Edward  Gibbons,  A.  H.  Jayne,  A.  F.  Rogers,  F.  K.  Shattuck ;  Clerk, 
A.  D.  Eames;  Marshal,  James  Brown;  Assessor,  J.  M.  Dillon;  City 
Justice,  Norman  Watson ;  City  Constable,  E.  I.  Smith. 

March,  1866.— Mayor,  J.  W.  Dwindle;  City  Council,  P.  S.  Wilcox, 
A.  Anderson,  D.  P.  Barstow;  Board  of  Education  (appointed  by  the 
Council  under  the  Act  of  the  Legislature,  March  31st,  1866),  George  H. 
Fogg,  P.  E.  Cole,  L.  Hamilton,  B.  Akerly,  J.  H.  Brewer,  George 
Mooar,  F.  Warner,  W.  S.  Snook;  Clerk,  A.  D.  Eames;  Marshal,  James 
Brown ;  Assessor,  J.  M.  Dillon ;  City  Justice,  George  H.  Fogg. 

March,  1867.— Mayor,  W.  W.  Crane,  Jr.  ;  City  Council,  P.  S.   Wil- 


GORDON'S  ice  wagons  supply  families  in  Oakland  and  Alameda. 


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MUNICIPAL      OFFICERS.  31 

cox,  A.  Anderson,  D.  P.  Barstow,  W.  G.  Moody,  B.  F.  Pendleton,  W. 
H.  Miller,  J.  A.  Hobart;  Board  of  Education,  L.  Hamilton,  R.  E.  Cole, 
George  Mooar,  William  Bartling,  W.  S.  Snook,  L.  Walker,  B.  T.  Martin, 
W.  B.  Hardy ;  Clerk,  H.  Hillebrand ;  Marshal,  James  Brown ;  Assessor, 
J.  M.  Dillon ;  Police  Judge,  Norman  Watson ;  City  Justice,  Thomas  Wall. 

April,  1868.— Mayor,  Samuel  Merritt;  City  Council,  W.  G.  Moody, 
B.  F.  Pendleton,  W.  H.  Miller,  J.  A.  Hobart,  A.  H.  Jayne,  F.  M. 
Campbell,  D.  G.  Barnes ;  Board  of  Education,  B.  T.  Martin,  R.  E.  Cole, 
K  B.  Hoyt,  William  D.  Harwood,  L.  Hamilton,  Edward  McLean,  G. 
W.  Amies ;  Police  Judge,  Sextus  Shearer ;  Clerk,  H.  Hillebrand ;  City 
Marshal,  Charles  P.  McKay ;  Assessor,  J.  M.  Dillon ;  Superintendent  of 
Public  Schools,  Lysander  Walker;  City  Justice,  George  H.  Fogg; 
Health  Officer,  T.  H.  Pinkerton,  M.D.  ;  City  Attorney,  S.  F.  Gilcrest; 
City  Engineer,  W.  F.  Boardman. 

March,  1869. — Mayor,  John  B.  Felton ;  City  Council,  A.  H.  Jayne, 
N.  W.  Spaulding,  D.  G.  Barnes,  William  H.  Miller,  Walter  Van  Dyke, 
James  A.  Folger,  E.  H.  Pardee ;  Board  of  Education,  B.  T.  Martin,  G. 
W.  Armes,  R.  E.  Cole,  J.  Bacon,  L.  Hamilton,  N.  B.  Hoyt ;  Police  Judge, 
S.  Shearer;  City  Clerk,  H.  Hillebrand;  City  Marshal,  C.  P.  McKay; 
Assessor,  J.  M.  Dillon ;  Superintendent  of  Public  Schools,  George  Tait ; 
City  Justice,  George  H.  Fogg;  Health  Officer,  T.  H.  Pinkerton,  M.D. ; 
City  Attorney,  H.  H.  Havens ;  City  Engineer,  T.  J.  Arnold. 

March,  1870. — Mayor,  John  B.  Felton;  City  Council,  Henry  Durant, 
W.  J.  Gurnett,  Charles  D.  Haven,  Q.  A.  Chase,  A.  L.  Warner,  N.  W. 
Spaulding,  E.  H.  Pardee ;  Board  of  Education,  J.  W.  Thurman,  Jacob 
Bacon,  L.  Hamilton,  G.  W.  Armes,  R.  E.  Cole,  J.  W.  Martin,  Walter 
Van  Dyke ;  Pobce  Judge,  A.  H.  Jayne ;  City  Clerk,  H.  Hillebrand ; 
City  Marshal,  Perry  Johnson;  Assessor,  Joseph  M.  Dillon;  Superintend- 
ent of  Public  Schools,  George  Tait ;  City  Justice,  George  H.  Fogg  ; 
Health  Officer,  T.  H.  Pinkerton,  M.D. ;  City  Attorney,  H.  H.  Havens; 
City  Engineer,  T.  J.  Arnold. 

March,  1871. — Mayor,  N.  W.  Spaulding;  City  Council,  Charles  D. 
Haven,  T.  J.  Murphy,  A.  L.  Warner,  W.  J.  Gurnett,  J.  V.  B.  Good- 
rich, W.  S.  Snook,  E.  H.  Pardee ;  Board  of  Education,  R.  E.  Cole,  E. 
W.  Playter,  W.  Bartling,  Jacob  Bacon,  J.  W.  Thurman,  G.  W.  Armes, 
L.  Hamilton  ;  Police  Judge,  A.  H.  Jayne  ;  City  Clerk,  H.  Hillebrand ; 
City  Marshal,  Perry  Johnson ;  Assessor,  J.  M.  Dillon  ;  Superintendent 
of  Public  Schools,  F.  M.  Campbell;  City  Justice,  George  H.  Fogg; 
Health  Officer,  T.  H.  Pinkerton,  M.D. ;  City  Attorney,  H.  H.  Havens, 
City  Engineer,  T.  J.  Arnold. 

March,  1872.— Mayor,  N.  W.  Spaulding;  City  Council,  E.  H.  Pardee, 

A.  L.  Warner,  W.  S.  Snook,  T.  J.  Murphy,  Franklin  Warner,  Mack 
Webber,  Benjamin  F.  Ferris;  Board  of  Education,  R.  E.  Cole,  E.  W. 
Playter,  William  Bartling,  William  Bolton,  C.  W.  Kellogg,  O.  H.  Burn- 
ham,  Jacob  Bacon ;  Police  Judge,  A.  H.  Jayne ;  City  Clerk,  H.  Hille- 
brand ;  City  Marshal,  Perry  Johnson ;  Assessor,  J.  M.  Dillon ;  Superin- 
tendent of  Public  Schools,  F.  M.  Campbell ;  Justices  of  the  Peace, 
Township,  George  H.  Fogg  and  James  Lentell;  Health  Officer,  T.  H.  Pink- 
erton, M.D.  ;  City  Attorney,  H.  H.  Haven;  City  Engineer,  T.  J.  Arnold. 

March,  1873. — Mayor,  Henry  Durant;  City  Council,  Mack  Webber, 

B.  F.  Harris,  I.  W.  Knox,  N.  W.  Spaulding,  James  Larue,  Franklin 
Warner,  W.  S.  Snook;  Board  of  Education,  R.  E.  Cole,  C.  W.  Kellogg, 
A.  W.  Swett,  William  Bolton,  Ozro  H.  Burnham,  W.  K.  Rowell,  E.  W. 
Playter ;  Police  Judge,  A.  H.  Jayne ;  City  Clerk,  H.  Hillebrand ;  City 
Marshal,  Perry  Johnson ;  Assessor,  Joseph  M.  Dillon ;  Superintendent 
of  Public  Schools,  F.  M.  Campbell ;  Justices  of  the  Peace,  Township, 
George  H.  Fogg  and  James  Lentell ;  Health  Officer,  T.  H.  Pinkerton ; 
City  Attorney,  H.  H.  Haven ;  City  Engineer,  T.  J.  Arnold. 


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32  OAKLAND      DIRECTORY, 


March,  1874. — Mayor,  Henry  Durant;  City  Council,  Mack  Webber, 
Israel  W.  Knox,  N.  W.  Spaulding,  W.  S.  Snook,  James  Larue,  E.  H. 
Pardee,  Wallace  Everson ;  Board  of  Education,  R.  E.  Cole,  C.  W.  Kel- 
logg, A.  W.  Swett,  J.  A.  Folger,  William  F.  Boardman,  W.  K.  Rowell, 
E.  W.  Playter;  Police  Judge,  A.  H.  Jayne;  City  Clerk,  H.  Hillebrand; 
City  Marshal,  Perry  Johnson ;  Assessor,  Joseph  M.  Dillon ;  Superin- 
tendent of  Public  Schools,  F.  M.  Campbell ;  Justices  of  the  Peace, 
Township,  George  H.  Fogg  and  James  Lentell ;  Health  Officer,  George 
E.  Sherman ;  City  Attorney,  S.  F.  Gilcrist ;  City  Engineer,  T.  J.  Arnold. 


BANKS. 


First  National  Gold  Bank  of  Oakland. — Incorporated  May  15, 
1875.  Capital,  $1,000,000.  Paid  up  capital,  $100,000;  office,  969 
Broadway.  June  30,  1875,  number  of  depositors,  two  hundred  and 
eighty ;  amount  of  deposits,  $86,874  07 ;  outstanding  loans,  $108,077  05 ; 
premiums  paid,  $1,004  75. 

Officers. — B.  F.  Ferris,  President;  Elijah  Case,  Vice-President;  G. 
M.  Fisher,  Cashier. 

Union  National  Gold  Bank. — Commenced  July  1,  1875.  Capital, 
$100,000.     Office,  Union  Bank  Building,  cor  Ninth  and  Broadway. 

Officers. — A.  C.  Henry,  President;  H.  A.  Palmer,  Secretary. 

Oakland  Bank  of  Savings. — Incorporated  August  13,  1867.  Capi- 
tal, $1,000,000.  June  30,  1875,  number  of  depositors,  one  thousand  six 
hundred  and  twelve ;  amount  of  deposits,  $1,062,377  ;  outstanding  loans, 
$1,434,479;  gross  earnings,  January  1  to  June  30,  1875,  $83,120;  divi- 
dends for  the  same  period,  $51,826. 

Officers. — P.  S.  Wilcox,  President;  T.  B.  Bigelow,  Vice-President; 
F.  W.  Gill,  Cashier. 

Union  Savings  Bank.  — Incorporated  May  26,  1869.  Capital, 
$1,500,000.  June  30,  1875,  amount  of  deposits,  $1,025,700  76;  out- 
standing loans,  $1,251,867  87.  June  30,  1873,  capital  stock  paid  in,  and 
reserved  fund,  $506,609  72. 

Officers. — -J.  West  Martin,  President;  H.  A.  Palmer,  Vice-President 
and  Treasurer. , 


NEWSPAPER  AND   PERIODICAL  PRESS. 

There  are  three  daily  and  three  weekly  newspapers  published  in  Oak- 
land. The  Neivs,  daily,  now  owned  by  the  Oakland  News  Company, 
was  started  in  November,  1863,  and  for  five  years  was  the  only  paper 
published  in  Oakland.  The  Transcript,  daily,  was  started  in  April,  1868, 
and  is  published  by  Bishop  &  Powers;  A.  W.  Bishop,  editor,  and  is 
Republican  in  politics.  The  Evening  Tribune:  published  by  B.  A.  Dewes, 
was  started  February,  1874,  and  is  Republican  in  politics.  Alwmeda 
County  Weekly  Gazette,  published  by  Bishop  &  Powers,  was  started  in 
1855,  and  is  the  oldest  paper  in  Alameda  County.  The  Oakland  Journal 
(German,  weekly),  started  February  27, 1875,  is  published  by  the  Oakland 
Journal  Company ;  it  is  independent  in  politics.  The  Semi-Tropical  Press, 
weekly,  was  started  in  1874,  and  is  published  by  G.  W.  Barter.  The 
Pacific  Seventh  Day  Adventist,  weekly,  started  in  1874 ;  published  by 
the  Pacific  Seventh  Day  Adventist  Company.  The  Berkeleyan,  a  monthly 
paper,  published  by  the  students  of  the  State  University.  There  are 
also  several  amateur  publications.  The  Real  Estate  Catalogue,  published 
quarterly  by  E.  W.  Woodward  &  Co. ;  devoted  to  real  estate  interests  and 
the  progress  of  the  city. 


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THE  MUNICIPAL  GOVERNMENT 

CITY  OF  OAKLAND,  i875-6. 


INCORPORATED    IHARCII  25,   1854. 


MUNICIPAL    ELECTION, 

First  Monday  of  March. 

STATE    ELECTION, 

First    Wednesday   of  September,   1877. 


MAYOR — Mack  Webber,  ex  officio  Chairman  Board  of  Health,  Presi- 
dent Board  of  Equalization  and  Board  of  Police  Commissioners.  Term 
expires  March,  1876.     No  compensation. 


CITY    COUNCIL. 

Term  of  office,  two  years ;  the  terms  of  four  members  expire  in  March 
of  the  odd  years,  and  three  in  March  of  the  even  years.  No  compensa- 
tion. Meetings  held  every  other  Monday.  Special  meetings  at  the 
discretion  of  the  President  of  the  Council. 

President — Waxlace  Everson.     Term  expires  March,  1876. 

City  Attorney — S.  F.  Gilcrest.     Appointed  by  the  Council. 

Clerk — Henry  Hixlebrand.     Term  expires  March,  1876. 

Sergeant-at-Arms — Perry  Johnson.     Term  expires  March,  1876. 

MEMBERS. 

Waxlace  Everson,        James  Dods,        E.  H.  Pardee,        J.  B.  Ford, 
U.  Huntington,        John  M.  Miner,        J.  W.  Shankxin. 


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OAKLAND      DIRECTORY. 


STANDING  COMMITTEES.— Ordinance  and  Judiciary— Shanklin, 
Miner,  Ford.  Auditing  and  Finance — Mason,  Dods,  Huntington. 
Streets  and  Buildings — Miner,  Shanklin,  Huntington.  Fire  and  Water — 
Dods,  Ford,  Mason.  Education — Huntington,  Miner,  Ford.  Street 
Lights  and  Lamp  Posts — Huntington,  Mason,  Shanklin.  Removals  and 
Obstructions — Dods,  Miner,  Shanklin.  City  Hall  and  Police — Ford, 
Mason,  Huntington. 


BOARD    OF    EDUCATION. 

Term  of  office,  two  years;  the  terms  of  three  members  expire  in 
March  of  the  odd  years,  and  four  in  March  of  the  even  years.  No 
compensation.  Meetings  held  on  the  first  and  third  Tuesdays  of  each 
month. 

President — R.  E.  Cole.     Term  expires  March,  1877. 

Secretary — W.  L.  Jones.  Appointed  by  the  Board  of  Education.  Sal- 
ary, $1,200  per  annum. 

Superintendent  of  Public  Schools — Frederick  M.  Campbell.  Term 
expires  March,  1876.     Salary,  $1,500  per  amium. 

MEMBERS. 

R.  E.  Cole,         L.  Hamilton,         C.  W.  Kellogg,         A.  W.  Swett, 
W.  K.  Rowell,  L.  H.  Cary,  J.  A.  Folger. 

STANDING  COMMITTEES.—  Rules  and  Regulations— Folger,  Cary, 
Hamilton.  Classification  and  Course  of  Instruction — Hamilton,  Rowell, 
Cary.  Text  Books,  Music,  and  Drawing — Cary,  Kellogg,  Hamilton. 
School-houses  and  Sites — Rowell,  Swett,  Folger.  Furniture  and  Supplies 
—Swett,  Kellogg,  Folger.  Salaries,  Judiciary,  Finance,  and  Auditing — 
Kellogg,  Rowell,  Folger.  High  School — Campbell,  Hamilton,  Swett. 
Modern  Languages,  Cosmopolitan  and  Evening  Schools — Cary,  Kellogg, 
Swett. 


CITY    OFFICERS. 

POLICE  COURT. — Judge — Anselm  H.  Jayne  ;  term  expires  March, 
1876 ;  salary  $1,800  per  annum  and  fees.  Clerk — Edward  Hoskins, 
appointed  by  the  Council ;  salary,  $1,200  per  annum. 

JUSTICES'  COURT.— -Justices— George  H.  Fogg,  James  Lentell; 
terms  expire  January,  1876 ;  salary,  fees.  City  Justice — James  Lentell; 
term  expires  March,  1876 ;  salary,  fees.  Constables — G.  H.  Tilley,  W. 
T.  Myles  ;  terms  expire  January,  1876 ;  salary,  fees. 

POLICE  DEPARTMENT.— Commissioners— Mack  Webber,  Perry 
Johnson.  Captain— D.  H.  Rand;  salary,  $1,800  per  annum.  Policemen — 
William  Aldrich,  J.  L.  Roundy  (Alameda  Bridge  draw-tender),  George 
H.  Carleton,  Charles  P.  McKay,  Albert  Shorey,  William  H.  Summers, 
W.  D.  Thomas,  A.  Wilson,  H.  Tyler,  D.  Nedderman,  E.  G.  Chase ;  salary, 
$1,200  per  annum,  each. 

BOARD  OF  EQUALIZATION.—  Members— Mack  Webber,  ex  officio 
President;  Wallace  Everson,  Perry  Johnson,  Henry  Hillebrand, 
Clerk.     No  compensation. 


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COURTS,      COUNTY      OFFICERS,      ETC.  35 

BOARD  OF  HEALTH.—  Members— Mack  Webber,  ex  officio  Presi- 
dent; C.  S.  Kittridge,  Secretary;  George  E.  Sherman,  Health  Officer; 
William  Bolton,  William  Barnford,  appointed  by  the  Council;  no 
compensation. 

BOARD  PUBLIC  WORKS.—  M embers— James  De  Fremery,  Presi- 
dent; Walter  Blair,  E.  M.  Hall,  A.  K.  P.  Harmon,  Gen.  R.  W. 
Kirkham,  Charles  J.  Robinson,  Clerk.     No  compensation. 

FIRE  DEPARTMENT.— M.  De  La  Montanya,  Chief  Engineer;  sal- 
ary, $900  per  annum.  Alfred  S.  Baker,  first  assistant;  salary,  $240 
per  annum.     John  Dolan,  second  assistant ;  salary,  $144  per  annum. 

City  Clerk  and  Treasurer — Henry  Hillebrand.  Term  expires  March, 
1877 ;  salaiy,  $1,800  per  annum.  C.  J.  Robinson,  assistant ;  salary, 
$1,200  per  annum. 

City  Marshal,  Tax  Collector,  and  Street  Commissioner — Perry  Johnson. 
Term  expires  March,  1876;  salary,  $2,500  per  annum  and  fees.  James 
J.  Porter,  assistant,  appointed  by  the  Council;  salary,  $1,200  per  annum. 

City  Assessor — Joseph  M.  Dillon.  Term  expires  March,  1877 ;  salary, 
$2,000  per  annum. 

City  Attorney—^,.  F.  Gilcrest.  Term  expires  March,  1876 ;  salary, 
$2,000  per  annum  and  fees. 

City  Engineer — Thomas  J.  Arnold.  Appointed  by  the  Council ;  sal- 
ary, fees. 

City  Wharfinger — Capt.  William  Harwood.  Appointed  by  the  Coun- 
cil ;  salary,  $1,200  per  annum. 

Pound  Master — George  Taylor.  Appointed  by  the  Council ;  salary, 
fees. 


COURTS,  COUNTY  OFFICERS,  AND    SUPERVISORS. 

District  Court. — The  Third  District  is  composed  of  the  County  of 
Alameda  and  the  Fifth  Ward  of  the  City  of  San  Francisco.  The  terms 
are  held  as  follows:  County  of  Alameda — At  Oakland,  third  Mondays  of 
February,  June,  and  October ;  in  the  City  of  San  Francisco,  third  Mon- 
days of  April,  August,  and  December.  Judge,  Samuel  B.  McKee; 
salary,  6,000.     Term  expires  December,  1875. 

County  and  Probate  Courts. — Terms  held  at  Oakland,  first  Mon- 
days of  January,  April,  and  July,  and  third  Monday  in  September. 
County  and  Probate  Judge,  Stephen  G.  Nye;  salary,  $2,500.  Term 
expires  January,  1876. 

Justices'  Court. — Sessions  held  daily.  Justice,  George  H.  Fogg; 
Constable,  W.  T.  Myles.  Court-room,  814  Broadway.  Justice,  James 
H.  Lentell;  Constable,  G.  H.  Tilley.  Court-room,  north-west  corner 
of  Eleventh  and  Franklin  streets. 

Police  Court. — Sessions  held  daily  at  the  Court-room,  City  Hall. 
Judge,  Anselm  H.  Jayne ;  Clerk,  Edward  Hoskins. 

Board  of  Supervisors. — Regular  meetings  take  place  at  Oakland, 
first  Mondays  of  February,  May,  August,  and  November,  and  adjourn 
from  time  to  time.  Special  meetings  at  the  call  of  the  majority.  Mem- 
bers— Isham  Case  (President),  Joseph  B.  Marlin,  Howard  Overacker, 
James  Beazell,  F.  K.  Shattuck,  O.  H.  Burnham,  and  W.  B.  Hardy. 


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OAKLAND      DIRECTORY. 


County  Officers  (March,  1875). — County  Seat — Oakland.  County- 
Judge,  Stephen  G.  Nye ;  County  Clerk,  J.  V.  B.  Goodrich ;  District 
Attorney,  Albert  A.  Moore ;  Sheriff,  Henry  N.  Morse ;  Recorder,  B.  S. 
Marston ;  Auditor,  P.  R.  Borein ;  Treasurer,  R.  S.  Farrelly ;  Tax-Col- 
lector, C.  J.  Stevens ;  Surveyor,  Louis  Castro ;  Coroner,  Solon  H.  Mather ; 
Public  Administrator,  Solon  H.  Mather  (ex  officio) ;  Superintendent  of 
Public  Schools,  W.  F.  B.  Lynch ;  Supervisors,  District  No.  1  (Murray 
Township),  James  Beazell;  No.  2  (Washington  Township),  Howard  Over- 
acker  ;  No.  3  (Eden  Township),  Joseph  B.  Marlin ;  No.  4  (Brooklyn 
Township),  Isham  Case;  Nos.  5,  6,  and  7  (Oakland  Township),  W.  B. 
Hardy,  0.  H.  Burnham,  and  P.  K.  Shattuck. 

Special  Police  Districts. — The  city  is  divided  into  Special  Police 
Districts,  as  follows : 

No.  1  is  bounded  by  Franklin,  South  Front,  Washington,  and  Four- 
teenth streets. 

No.  2 — Franklin,  South  Front,  East  Front,  and  Fourteenth  streets. 

No.  3 — Washington,  South  Front,  Market  and  Fourteenth  streets. 

No.  4 — Market,  Union,  West  Fourteenth,  and  South  Front  streets. 

No.  5 — Union,  Peralta,  West  Fourteenth,  and  South  Front  streets. 

No.  6 — Peralta  and  West  Fourteenth  streets,  and  the  waters  of  the 
bay. 

No.  7 — Fourteenth  and  Market  streets,  and  the  charter  line. 

No.  8 — Market  and  West  Fourteenth  streets,  the  old  charter  line,  and 
the  bay. 

No.  9 — The  territory  recently  added  to  the  limits  of  the  city,  from  the 
old  charter  line  to  Lotran  Street. 


COUNTY    INFIRMARY. 

The  County  Infirmary  is  located  on  a  tract  of  127  acres  of  land  near  the 
San  Lorenzo  Creek,  about  five  miles  from  the  town  of  San  Leandro. 

The  Infirmary  is  intended  to  answer  the  double  purpose  of  a  hospital 
and  an  alms-house,  everything  proper  to  be  done  has  been  done  to  secure 
the  comfort  of  the  patients.  The  County  Board  of  Supervisors  are  ex- 
officio  directors  of  the  Infirmary.  The  buildings  are  inexpensive ;  the 
original  cost  of  the  main  edifice — whicli  is  of  wood — having  been  $5,000. 
Numerous  fruit  trees  have  been  planted,  and  the  extensive  grounds  are 
cultivated  by  the  convalescent  patients  and  other  inmates  of  the  institu- 
tion. 


PUBLIC    SCHOOLS. 

The  past  history  and  present  condition  of  the  public  schools  of  the  City 
of  Oakland  are  furnished  by  the  City  Superintendent,  Frederick  M. 
Campbell,  Esq. 

The  first  public  school  in  the  city  was  organized  in  July,  1853,  with 
sixteen  pupils.  The  teacher  was  Miss  H.  J.  Jayne,  sister  of  the  present 
Police  Judge,  and  now  Mrs.  Edson  Adams.  The  building  used  was 
erected  at  a  cost  of  one  thousand  dollars,  and  it  is  now  occupied  as  an  Afri- 
can Church,  having  been  removed  from  its  original  location,  at  the  corner 
of  Clay  and  Fifth  streets,  to  the  corner  of  Market  and  Seventh  streets. 
This  building  afforded  all  the  public  school  accommodation  of  Oakland 
until  the  year  1862.  In  May,  of  that  year,  the  block  of  land  bounded  by 
Twelfth,  Eleventh,  Jefferson,  and  Grove  streets  was  purchased  for  $ 900, 


Try  GORDON'S  ice  cream,  it  is  the  best  and  cheapest.   469  Ninth  St. 


0.  F.  S.— Oil-cake  meal  and  ground  barl'y,  416  Ninth  nr  Bdwy— 0.  F.  S. 


PUBLIC       SCHOOLS.  37 

now  worth  at  least  $50,000.  A  small  building  was  erected  thereon, 
and  school  was  opened  in  November  of  the  same  year.  In  August,  1865, 
the  lot,  one  hundred  by  one  hundred  and  twenty-five,  on  the  corner  of 
Alice  and  Fifth  streets,  was  purchased.  The  first  grammar  school  was 
commenced  in  what  is  now  the  Lafayette  Primary,  in  November,  1867. 
The  Prescott  School-house,  at  Oakland  Point,  was  the  next  building 
erected,  and  it  was  occupied,  for  the  first  time,  on  January  4,  1869.  In 
August  of  the  same  year,  the  primary  school  building,  corner  of  Grove 
and  Fifth  streets,  was  formally  occupied.  The  High  School  budding,  on 
the  corner  of  Market  and  Twelfth  streets,  was  dedicated  September  17, 
1871,  since  which  time  there  have  been  three  new  school  houses  built,  viz : 
the  Lincoln  Grammar  School,  corner  of  Alice  and  Tenth,  cost,  including 
furniture,  etc.,  about  $20,000,  opened  the  latter  part  of  1873;  the  new 
Franklin  Grammar  School  building,  situated  on  Tenth  Avenue,  between 
East  Fifteenth  and  East  Sixteenth  streets— a  duplicate  of  the  Lincoln 
School,  and  cost  about  the  same  amount — was  occupied  for  the  first  time 
during  the  present  year ;  the  Durant  School,  on  Twenty-eighth  Street, 
between  Grove  Street  and  San  Pablo  Avenue,  is  also  a  counterpart  of  the 
Lincoln  Budding,  cost  slightly  in  excess  of  the  preceding  two  in  conse- 
quence of  the  work  having  been  done  at  different  times  and  under  differ- 
ent contracts.  They  are  all  eight  roomed  buddings,  capable  of  accom- 
modating comfortably  four  hunched  pupils  each.  The  plan  upon  which 
they  are  builtpossesses  many  advantages  over  the  other  school  buildings 
by  the  peculiar  arrangement  of  placing  aU  the  rooms  on  the  south  side 
of  the  budding.  Thorough  ventilation  is  secured  upon  an  improved 
plan ;  the  halls  are  spacious,  and  the  means  of  entrance  and  exit  easy. 
There  are  now  ten  buildings,  with  sixty-two  rooms,  accommodating  over 
three  thousand  pupils. 

TEACHERS   AND  ANNUAL   SALARY  OF  EACH. 

High  School. — High  School  Building,  corner  of  Market  and  West 
Twelfth  streets;  cost  $37,376.  Principal,  J.  B.  McChesney,  $2,400; 
Vice-Principal,  C.  B.  Bradley,  $1,800;  Assistants,  Miss  Emma  Temple 
and  Miss  S.  N.  Jewett,  $1,200  each. 

Irving  Grammar. — High  School  Building.  Head  Assistant,  Miss 
Jennie  Walbridge,  $1,080;  Assistants,  Miss  Mattie  C.  Call,  $900;  Miss 
Georgie  Persing,  $900;  Miss  Georgie  Smith,  Mrs.  Shorkley,  and  Miss 
Emily  Jayne,  $870  each. 

Prescott  Grammar  School. — Northeast  corner  of  CampbeU  and  Taylor 
streets ;  cost,  $10,000.  Master,  James  Stratton,  $1,800 ;  Head  Assistant, 
Mrs.  N.  D.  Standeford,  $960 ;  Miss  Clara  Germain,  Mrs.  E.  Stone,  $870 
each ;  Miss  Julia  E.  Sherman,  $780 ;  Miss  SaUie  Germain,  $840 ;  Mrs. 
M.  V.  Kingman  (double  session),  $1,050;  Miss  E.  A.  Stevens  (half  session 
only),  $506 ;  Mrs.  Winchester  (half  session  only),  $506. 

New  Franklin  Grammar  School. — Tenth  Avenue,  between  East 
Fifteenth  and  East  Sixteenth  streets;  cost,  $19,000.  Principal,  J.  H. 
Sumner,  $1,800 ;  Assistants,  Mrs.  E.  P.  Tucker,  $960 ;  Miss  L.  E.  White, 
Miss  L.  E.  Bentley,  $870  each ;  Miss  Lizzie  Watson,  $840 ;  Mrs.  L.  Kin- 
caid  (double  session),  $1,050 ;  Miss  C.  M.  Ellis,  $810,  and  Miss  C.  S. 
Elliott  (double  session),  $1,012.44. 

Lincoln  Grammar  School. — Northeast  corner  Tenth  and  Alice  streets; 
cost,  $19,000.  Principal,  A.  F.  Craven,  $1,800;  Miss  N.  A.  Craven, 
$960 ;  Miss  Elizabeth  Craig,  Miss  Minnie  T.  Kimball,  $870  each ;  Miss 
Lizzie  La  Grange,  Miss  S.  H.  Wilson,  Miss  Annie  P.  Meek,  Miss  Isa- 
bella B.  Kent,  $840  each. 

Lafayette  Primary. — Southwest  corner  of  Twelfth  and  Jefferson 
streets;  cost,  $17,000.  Principal,  Mrs.  M.  W.  Phelps,  $1,200;  Assistants, 
Mrs.  M.  S.  P.  Robinson,  $900 ;  Miss  Sarah  Boneface,  $870 ;  Mrs.  K.  A. 


All  goods  are  sold  at  Eastern  prices  at  STRICKLAND  &  CO.'S  store. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  houses  and  lots  in  all  parts  of  the  city. 


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OAKLAND       DIRECTORY. 


Campbell,  Miss  Mary  Alexander,  Mrs.  E.  P.  Rann,  $840  each;  Mrs.  E.  W. 
Anderson,  $810;  Mrs.  Emily  Vrooman  (double  session),  $1,012.44;  Mrs. 
M.  E.  Pelhani,  $780 ;  Miss  Ella  Myrick,  $600. 

Grove  Street  Primary. — East  side  of  Grove,  between  Fourth  and  Fifth 
streets;  cost,  $5,000.  Principal,  Miss  A.  F.  Aldrich,  $1,020;  Assistants, 
Miss  Clara  Hawley,  $780 ;  Miss  Jennie  Nesbitt  (double  session),  $1.012.44 ; 
Miss  M.  A.  Neil  (double  session),  $1,050. 

Harrison  Street  Primary. — Northeast  corner  of  Harrison  and  Sixth 
streets ;  cost,  $2,000.  Principal,  Miss  Ada  Hamilton,  $9G0 ;  Assistants, 
Miss  Susie  G.  Towle,  $810,  and  Miss  M.  E.  Carey,  $780. 

Durant  School. — North  side  of  Twenty-eighth  Street  and  west  side 
of  Grove  Street;  cost,  $1,900.  Principal,  H.  P.  Carlton,  $1,800;  First 
Assistant,  Mrs.  H.  P.  Sexton,  $960;  Assistants,  Miss  Mary  L.  Dame, 
Miss  L.  Thompson,  $870  each ;  Miss  Ruth  Royce,  $840 ;  Miss  A.  B. 
Clow  (double  session),  $1,050 ;  Mrs.  C.  W.  Tarbox,  $780 ;  Miss  Helen  S. 
Blakeslee  (double  session),  $1,012.44. 

Cosmopolitan. — Northeast  corner  of  Grove  and  Eleventh  streets ;  cost, 
$2,000.  Principal,  A.  D.  A.  Champion,  $1,800 ;  Assistants,  Miss  H.  P. 
Stearns,  $1,020,  and  Miss  Cloelia  M.  Lewis,  $840. 

SPECIAL    TEACHERS." 
Drawing  Principal,  Mrs.  A.  W.  Brodt,  $1,200. 

"         Assistant,  Miss  S.  Mann,  $840. 
German,  Prof.  T.  Soehlke,  $1,200. 
French,  High  School,  A.  D.  A.  Champion,  $300. 
Music  Principal,  G.  S.  Needham,  $1,200. 
"      Assistant,  Miss  Eliza  Brown,  $960. 

JANITORS. 

High   and  Irving  Schools,  E.  G.  Jones,  $780. 

Prescott  Grammar  and  Primary  Schools,  James  Allen,  $600. 

Lafayette  and  Cosmopolitan,  Allen  Peel,  $780. 

Grove  Street  Primary,  Sarah  Heaney,  $240. 

Harrison  Street  Primary,  Mrs.  A.  Peel,  $180. 

Lincoln  Grammar  School,  Ralph  Balmforth,  $600. 

Franklin  Grammar  School,  E.  O.,  W.  H.  Dyer,  $780. 

Durant  Grammar  School,  D.  H.  Rubert,  $600. 

FINANCES  FOR  YEAR  ENDING  JUNE  30,  1875. 

"RfPFTPTS 

City  taxes ' $  48,378.68 

Delinquent  taxes 1,071.80 

State  and  County  taxes 44,403.60 

Sale  of  Bonds  (1874) 12,000.00 

Miscellaneous 2,487.80 


Total 

Disbursements. 

Teachers  salaries 

Superintendent,  Clerk,  and  Janitors'  salaries 
Fuel 


.$108,341.88 

.$  62,440.53 
5,953.80 
1,616.87 
1,961.69 
1,437.10 

.  5,137.37 
2,206.22 

.  23,608.69 
2,683.42 

Total $107,045.69 


Repairs 

Lights,  water,  and  rent. 

Furniture 

Books  and  supplies .... 

Building 

Incidentals 


Drink  Napa  Soda  and  enjoy  life  and  health.    Agency,  469  Ninth  St. 


0. P. S— Hay,  ground  feed,  and  grain,  416  Ninth  near  Bdwy— 0. P. S. 


PUBLIC       SCHOOLS.  39 


Annual  cost  per  pupil  for  tuition  only,  $21.48. 

Average  number  of  pupils,  1863 ;  to  a  regular  teacher,  High  Grammar 
Schools,  31.16  ;  Primary  Schools,  40.12. 

Bonds  have  been  issued  for  the  use  of  the  School  Department  to  the 
amount  of  $162,000,  as  follows  : 

In  1860 $50,000 

In  1870 50,000 

In  1872 50  000 

In  1873 12,000 

ATTENDANCE  PUBLIC  AND  PRIVATE  SCHOOLS,  1863-1875. 

YEAE.  PRIVATE.  PUBLIC. 

1868 193 109 

1864 276 138 

1865 288 227 

1866 218 307 

1867 313 455 

1868 317 569 

1869 355 684 

1870 417 915 

1871 333 1,132 

1872 289 1,241 

1873 343 2,118 

1874 400 2,679 

1875 407 3,225 

SUMMARY  OF  SCHOOL  STATISTICS. 

Population  of  the  City,  June  30,  1875,  as  per  census,  by  order  of 

the  City  Council 20,691 

Children  under  5  years  of  age 2,482 

"       between  5  and  17  years  of  age 4,749 

Number  of  children  between  5  and  17  years  of  age  who  attended 

Public  Schools  during  the  year 3,225 

Number  of  children  between  5  and  17  years  of  age  who  attended 

Private  Schools 407 

Number  of  children  between  5  and  17  years  of  age  who  attended 

no  school , 1,117 

Number  of  children  found  who  might  be  subject  to  the  operation 

of  the  Compulsory  Education  Law 2 

Increase  since  last  census  of  children  under  5  years  of  age  is  312  or 
14  4-10  per  cent.  Increase  of  those  between  5  and  17  years  of  age  is 
882  or  22  8-10  per  cent. 

CURRENT  MONTHLY  EXPENSES    FOR  JUNE,   1875. 

Salaries  of  Teachers $5,246.02 

Salaries  of  Superintendent,  Clerk,  and  Janitors 580.00 

Water 25.00 

Rent 12.50 

Interest  on  mortgages 97.50 


Total $5,961.02 

There  are  ten  school  buildings  with  the  following  classes,  organized 
July,  1874.     Four  classes  in  the   High   School,  twenty-three   in  the 


STEICKLAND  &  CO.,  Books  and  Stationery,  1061  Broadway,  Oakland. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  <£  CO.,  958  Broadway,  Oakland  Real  Estate. 


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OAKLAND       DIRECTORY. 


Grammar  Schools,  and  thirty-six  in  the  Primary  Schools,  making  a  total 
of  sixty-three  classes.     Increase  since  last  year,  ten. 

The  average  monthly  enrollment  is  2,859  7-11,  with  an  average  daily 
attendance  of  2,540.  Vocal  music  is  taught  in  all  the  schools  by  two 
special  teachers,  Mr.  Gerritt  S.  Needham  and  Miss  Eliza  Brown,  under 
whose  instructions  the  classes  are  making  rapid  progress. 

The  study  of  drawing  is  taught  by  Mrs.  A.  W.  Brodt,  assisted  by  Miss 
Mann,  and  the  classes  show  proficiency  in  that  art. 

The  Cosmopolitan  School  was  started  in  1870,  as  an  experiment,  with 
twenty  pupils,  and  the  services  of  Professor  A.  D.  A.  Champion  were 
secured  as  teacher.  The  exercises  are  conducted  in  the  French  language, 
and  the  pupils  have  made  rapid  progress  in  their  studies.  It  has  so 
increased  in  numbers  and  importance  that  two  more  assistants  have  lately 
been  added  to  the  staff. 

Frederick  M.  Campbell,  Esq.,  City  Superintendent,  in  his  last  report 
to  the  Board  of  Education  (which  will  shortly  be  pubUshed),  contains 
recommendations  to  continue  the  studies  of  German  and  music.  Also 
the  use  of  free  text  books  in  the  Public  Schools.  The  matter  has  been 
fully  investigated  by  the  Committee,  and  by  comparison  with  other 
schools  where  they  have  them,  found  to  be  successful,  but  no  further 
movement  in  that  direction  has  yet  been  made. 


UNIVERSITY    OF    CALIFORNIA. 

The  University  of  California  is  a  State  institution,  established  by  the 
Legislature  in  accordance  with  the  Constitution,  and  intrusted  to  the  care 
of  a  Board  of  Regents,  which  includes  the  Governor,  the  Lieutenant- 
Governor,  the  Speaker  of  the  Assembly,  the  State  Superintendent  of 
Public  Instruction,  the  President  of  the  State  Agricultural  Society,  the 
President  of  the  Mechanics'  Institute  of  San  Francisco,  the  President  of 
the  University,  and  sixteen  other  Regents. 

To  this  body  of  Regents  the  State  has  committed  the  administration  of 
the  University,  including  the  finances,  care  of  property,  appointment  of 
teachers,  and  determination  of  the  interior  organization  in  all  particidars 
not  already  determined  by  the  laws. 

The  instruction  and  government  of  the  students  at  Berkeley  are  in- 
trusted to  two  Faculties,  which  have  hitherto  acted  as  one  body — the 
Faculty  of  Science  and  the  Facility  of  Letters.  The  Medical  Faculty, 
in  San  Francisco,  is  a  distinct  body.  All  the  Professors  and  Instructors 
of  the  University  constitute  what  is  termed  by  law  the  Academic  Senate, 
the  meetings  of  which  are  expected  to  be  infrequent,  and  restricted  to 
matters  of  general  concern. 

In  accordance  with  the  law,  seven  colleges  have  been  more  or  less  fully 
organized,  as  will  be  seen  by  the  following  pages.  These  colleges  or 
courses  are  designated  in  the  Political  Code  as  follows : 

1,  College  of  Agriculture ;  2,  College  of  Mechanics ;  3,  College  of  Min- 
ing ;  4,  College  of  Engineering ;  5,  College  of  Chemistry ;  6,  College  of 
Medicine ;  7,  College  of  Letters. 

Until  the  funds  of  the  University  are  enlarged,  the  two  buildings  now 
constructed  must  serve  for  all  the  colleges,  the  students  having  equal 
freedom  of  access  to  both  buildings,  according  as  their  exercises  may  be 
appointed  in  one  place  or  the  other. 

The  State  appropriations  are  devoted  to  the  six  colleges  first  named, 
the  College  of  Medicine  being  self-supporting.  The  California  College  of 
Pharmacy  has  been  affiliated  with  the  University,  retaining  its  own  organ- 
ization. 


GORDON'S  Ice  Cream  Manufactory,  469  Ninth  Street,  Oakland. 


0. P. S— Middlings,  shorts,  and  bran,  416  Ninth  St.  nr  Bdwy— 0. P. S. 


UNIVERSITY     OF      CALIFORNIA.  41 

The  University  was  instituted  by  a  law  which  received  the  approval  of 
the  Governor,  March  23d,  1868.  The  instructions  were  commenced  in 
Oakland,  in  the  Autumn  of  1869.  The  commencement  exercises  of  1873 
were  held  at  Berkeley,  July  16,  when  the  University  was  formally 
transferred  to  its  permanent  home.  Instructions  began  at  Berkeley  in 
the  Autumn  of  1873. 

The  College  of  California,  which  had  been  organized  several  years  be- 
fore the  University,  transferred  its  property  and  students  upon  terms 
which  were  mutually  agreed  upon,  and  closed  its  work  of  instruction  in 
1869.  This  college  was  incorporated  in  1855,  and  through  its  agency  the 
Berkeley  site,  now  owned  and  occupied  by  the  University  of  California, 
was  secured. 

The  site  of  the  University,  at  Berkeley,  is  a  domain  of  about  two  hun- 
dred acres,  situated  on  the  slope  of  the  Contra  Costa  hills,  about  live  miles 
from  Oakland,  facing  the  Golden  Gate.  It  is  traversed  by  two  water- 
courses, is  much  diversified  in  aspect,  and  is  adapted  to  a  great  variety 
of  culture.  A  part  of  the  site  is  reserved  to  illustrate  the  work  of  agri- 
culture and  horticulture,  and  is  now  under  cultivation. 

The  grounds  have  recently  been  thoroughly  surveyed  and  studied  with 
reference  to  their  adaption  to  all  the  wants  of  the  University,  and  a  plan 
for  their  improvement,  prepared  by  Mr.  W.  H.  Hall,  Landscape  Engin- 
eer, has  been  adopted  by  the  Board  of  Regents. 

Two  large  and  convenient  edifices  have  been  constructed  by  the  State, 
at  Berkeley,  at  an  expense  of  over  $300,000.  A  Medical  College  build- 
ing in  San  Francisco  has  been  given  to  the  University,  by  the  munifi- 
cence of  Dr.,  H.  H.  Toland,  in  honor  of  whom  it  is  known  as  Toland  Hall. 

Tuition  in  all  departments  of  the  University,  except  the  Medical  Col- 
lege, is  absolutely  free.  A  small  charge  for  chemicals  is  made  in  the  Chemi- 
ical  Laboratory.     Young  ladies  received  as  well  as  young  men. 

Board  is  obtained  in  private  families  at  Oakland  and  at  Berkeley,  at 
from  twenty  dollars  to  thirty  dollars  per  month,  lodgings  included.  Stu- 
dents in  clubs  reduce  the  expenses  to  sixteen  dollars  per  month.  The 
hours  of  recitation  are  such  that  many  students  reside  in  Oakland,  and 
come  out  daily  to  the  University  by  horse  car.  It  is  possible,  but  some- 
what difficult,  for  a  student  to  reside  in  San  Francisco  while  in  daily  atten- 
dance at  the  University. 

Ex  Officio  Regents. — His  Excellency  Romualdo  Pacheco,  Sacramento, 
Governor,  ex  officio  President  of  the  Board ;  His  Honor,  Wm.  Irwin, 
San  Quentin,  Lieutenant-Governor;  Hon.  Morris  M.  Estee,  San  Fran- 
cisco, Speaker  of  the  Assembly ;  Hon.  Henry  N.  Bolander,  Sacramento, 
State  Superintendent  of  Public  Instruction  ;  R.  S.  Carey,  Esq. ,  Sacra- 
mento, President  of  the  State  Agricultural  Society ;  A.  S.  Halliclie,  Esq., 
San  Francisco,  President  of  the  Mechanics'  Institute  of  San  Francisco ; 
John  Le  Conte,  M.D.,  Oakland,  President  of  the  University. 

Appointed  Regents. — Rev.  H.  Stebbins,  D.D.,  San  Francisco;  Hon. 
Lawrence  Archer,  San  Jose';  J.  West  Martin,  Esq.,  Oakland;  Hon. 
Samuel  B.  McKee,  Oakland ;  Hon.  John  F.  Swift,  San  Francisco  ;  Joseph 
W.  Winans,  Esq.,  San  Francisco ;  J.  Mora  Moss,  Esq.,  Oakland ;  J.  M. 
Hamilton,  Esq.,  Guenoc;  D.  O.  Mills,  Esq.,  Millbrae;  William  Meek, 
Esq. ,  San  Leandro. 

Honorary  Regents* — Hon.  John  S.  Hager,  A.  J.  Bowie,  M.  D.,  F.  M. 
Pixley,  San  Francisco ;  Hon.  John  B.  Felton,  Oakland ;  Louis  Sachs, 
Esq.,  San  Francisco;  Hon.  H.  H.  Haight,  Alameda.  His  Excellency, 
Romualdo  Pacheco,  President ;  R.  E.  C.  Stearns,  Secretary ;  D.  O.  Mills, 
Treasurer. 

"The  term  "  Honorary,"  applied  to  these  Regents,  indicates  only  the  mode  of  their  election, 
which  was  made  by  the  Ex  Officio  and  appointed  Regents.  Every  Regent  is  a  full  member  of 
the  Board. 


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Academic  Senate. — John  Le  Conte,  M.D.,  President;  William  Ash- 
burner,  Professor  of  Mining  ;  George  W.  Bunnell,  A.  M. ,  Assistant  Pro- 
fessor of  Latin  and  Greek ;  George  Davidson,  A.  M. ,  Professor  of  Geodesy 
and  Astronomy ;  Stephen  J.  Field,  LL.  D. ,  Professor  of  Law ;  Eugene 
W.  Hilgard,  Ph.  D.,  Professor  of  Agriculture;  Martin  Kellogg,  A.  M. , 
Dean,  and  Professor  of  Latin  and  Greek;  John  Le  Conte,  M.D.,  Pro- 
fessor of  Physics  and  Industrial  Mechanics;  Joseph  Le  Conte,  M.  D. , 
Professor  of  Geology  and  Natural  History  ;  Paul  Pioda,  Professor  of 
Modern  Languages ;  Willard  B.  Rising,  Ph.  D. ,  Professor  of  Chemistry 
and  Metallurgy ;  Edward  R.  Sill,  A.  M. ,  Professor  of  the  English  Language 
and  Literature ;  Frank  Soule',  Jr.  (U.  S.  Military  Academy),  Professor 
of  Civil  Engineering  and  Astronomy ;  William  T.  Welcker  (U.  S.  Military 
Academy)  Professor  of  Mathematics  ;  George  F.  Becker,  Ph.  D. ,  Lecturer 
on  Metallurgy,  for  the  current  year;  George  C.  Edwards,  Ph.  B.,  In- 
structor in  Mathematics,  and  Commandant  of  Cadets ;  Carlos  F.  Gom- 
pertz,  Instructor  in  Spanish;  Leander  L.  Hawkins,  Ph.  B.,  Instructor 
in  Mathematics  and  Surveying ;  JohnD.  Hoffmann,  Instructor  in  Mechan- 
ical and  other  branches  of  Instrumental  Drawing ;  Robert  E.  Ogilby,  In- 
structor in  Free-hand  Drawing;  James  M.  Phillips,  A.  B.,  Instructor  in 
Hebrew ;  Albin  Putzker,  Instructor  in  German ;  Ambrose  C.  Richardson, 
A.  B.,  Instructor  in  Latin  and  Ancient  History;  E.  H.  Sears,  A.  B., 
Instructor  in  Ancient  Languages  ;  H.  B.  Jones,  A.  B. ,  Assistant  Instructor 
in  Modern  Languages ;  Samuel  B.  Christy,  Ph.  B. ,  F.  Slate,  Jr. ,  Ph.  B. , 
W.  R.  Barbour,  Ph.  B.,  Frank  S.  Sutton,  Ph.  B.,  Assistant  Instructors 
in  Chemistry;  Isaac  E.  Hinton,  A.  B. ,  Assistant  Instructor  in  Mathe- 
matics; Isaac  Carey  Jones,  A.  B.,  Recorder  to  the  Faculty;  J.  W.  Bice, 
Ph.  B. ,  Assistant  Inspector  in  Engineering. 

Student  Assistants. — Franklin  P.  McLean,  Chemistry;  Frederick  L. 
Butler,  Mathematics ;  J.  B.  Clarke,  Mathematics. 

The  present  number  of  students  is  three  hundred  and  fifty ;  number  of 
volumes  in  library,  twelve  thousand ;  cost  of  buildings  and  improvements, 
^357,392. 


DEAF  AND  DUMB  AND  BLIND  INSTITUTE. 

This  institution,  situated  at  the  base  of  the  foot  hills,  four  and  a  half 
miles  north  of  Oakland,  and  in  immediate  proximity  to  the  State  Uni- 
versity, was  originally  located  in  San  Francisco.  It  was  started — and  for 
some  time  sustained — through  the  exertions  of  the  benevolent  women  of 
that  city.  The  school  was  opened  April  30,  1860,  with  three  pupils.  As 
the  institution  grew  in  numbers,  State  aid  was  obtained,  and  18G5,  it 
had  increased  to  such  a  degree  as  to  justify  its  entire  organization  under 
State  auspices. 

A  law  was  passed  March  3, 1866,  "  providing  for  a  removal  of  the  school 
from  the  limited  and  inconvenient  quarters  in  San  Francisco " — for 
enlarging  the  scope  of  its  beneficence — for  vesting  in  the  State  the  title 
to  all  property  held  by  the  institution,  and  providing  for  a  Board  of 
Directors,  under  the  Code  appointed  by  the  Governor.  Suitable  appro- 
priations were  made  to  carry  out  the  purpose  of  the  Act. 

After  long  and  patient  examinations,  the  Commissioners  decided  upon 
the  present  location.  Plans  drawn  by  Messrs.  Wright  &  Sanders,  of 
San  Francisco,  were  adopted. 

The  ground  was  broken  June  29,  1867,  and  the  corner-stone  was  laid 
September  26,  of  the  same  year,  and  the  new  building  was  occupied  for 
school  purposes  October  20,  1869. 

The  institution  was  built  of  stone,  was  three  stories  in  height,  having 
a  total  frontage  of  two  hundred  and  sixty-four  feet,  a  depth  of  one 


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EDUCATIONAL      INSTITUTIONS.  43 

hundred  and  forty  feet,  and  the  hight  to  the  top  of  the  spire  was  one 
hundred  and  sixty  feet.  It  was  admirably  planned  for  the  purpose  of 
such  an  establishment. 

The  whole  cost  of  building,  grounds,  shops,  heating  apparatus,  laundry, 
and  furniture,  was  about  $180,000.  It  was  destroyed  by  fire  January 
17,  1875.  Temporary  buildings  have  been  erected  at  a  cost  of  $27,000, 
including  furnishing,  with  a  capacity  for  accomodating  one  hundred 
pupils. 

The  benefits  of  the  institution  are  free  to  all  resident  deaf  and  dumb, 
or  blind,  persons,  between  the  ages  of  six  and  twenty-five,  who  are  of 
sound  mind,  free  from  contagious  or  offensive  diseases,  and  of  correct 
moral  habits. 

It  is  not  an  asylum  in  any  sense  of  the  term,  as  its  inmates  are  received 
only  for  purposes  of  education. 

The  names  of  the  Board  of  Directors  are : 
J.  Mora  Moss,  President.  L.  Hamilton,  Vice-President. 

T.  L.  Barker,  Auditor.  Erwin  J.  Crane,  D.  D.  Shattugk. 

H.  A.  Palmer,  Secretary  and  Treasurer. 

The  Principal,  to  whom  all  letters  of  inquiry  should  be  addressed,  is 
Warring  Wilkinson,  M.A.,  assisted  by  the  following  corps  of  teachers : 
George  B.  Goodall,  F.  P.  Fowler,  C.  T.  Wilkinson,  Henry  Frank,  and 
Miss  Annie  Comly. 

The  institution  is  open  to  visitors  on  all  days  except  Saturday  and 
Sunday. 


PRIVATE    EDUCATIONAL    INSTITUTIONS. 

PACIFIC  THEOLOGICAL  SEMINARY. 

The  Pacific  Theological  Seminary  was  founded  in  1869,  in  San  Fran- 
cisco. The  buildings  erected  by  the  Female  College  of  the  Pacific,  on 
Academy  Hill,  were  purchased  by  the  Seminary,  and  possession  taken  in 
June,  1871,  at  which  time  the  regular  exercises  of  this  seminary  were 
commenced  in  Oakland. 

The  Trustees  of  the  seminary  are  as  follows : 

Rev.  A.  L.  Stone,  D.D.  Dea.  L.  B.  Benchley. 

Rev.  I.  E.  Dwlnell,  D.D.  Dea.  T.  B.  Bigelow. 

Rev.  J.  A.  Benton,  D.D.  Dea.  E.  P.  Flint. 

Rev.  J.  K.  McLean.  S.  S.  Smith,  M.D. 

Rev.  W.  C.  Pond.  J.  M.  Haven,  Esq. 

Rev.  C.  H.  Pope.  W.  N.  Hawley,  Esq. 

Rev.  A.  L.  Stone,  D.D President  of  the  Board. 

Rev.  W.  C.  Pond Secretary  of  the  Board. 

Dea.  L.  B.  Benchley Treasurer  of  the  Board. 

There  is  a  visiting  committee,  composed  of  the  following  persons : 
Rev.  T.  K.  Noble.  Rev.  E.  P.  Baker. 

Rev.  M.  S.  Croswell.  Amasa  Pratt. 

The  regular  course  of  study  extends  over  three  years,  but  there  are 
courses  adapted  to  two  years  or  to  one  year.  The  seminary  is  under  the 
auspices  of  the  Congregational  Church,  but  the  course  of  study  is  not 
biased  in  favor  of  that  denomination,  some  of  the  students  belonging  to 
other  churches.  Rev.  J.  A.  Benton,  D.D.,  is  Professor  of  Sacred 
Literature,  and  Rev.  George  Mooar,  D.D.,  is  Professor  of  Theology.. 
The  year  consists  of  but  one  term.     It  begins  with  the  third  Thursday 


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OAKLAND       DIRECTORY. 


in  August,  and  ends  with  the  second  Thursday  in  May.  There  will  be 
a  recess  from  the  20th  of  December  to  the  3d  of  January. 

Credible  evidence  of  piety,  membership  in  some  Evangelical  Christian 
Church,  a  collegiate  education,  or  such  other  literary  and  scientific 
attainments  as  promise  a  fair  degree  of  usefulness,  will  entitle  all  young 
men  to  the  advantages  of  this  seminary. 

Relative  to  expenses,  the  Trustees  have  the  following  in  their  circular : 

"  There  will  be  no  charge  for  tuition,  rent  of  rooms,  or  use  of  furniture. 
The  Trustees  will,  so  far  as  practicable,  furnish  text  books  and  reference 
books  free  to  those  who  are  in  need ;  themselves  being  the  judges  of  the 
necessity.  Those  who  are  so  disposed  can  live  very  economically  in  Oak- 
land or  San  Francisco.  It  is  thought  that  one  dollar  a  day  will  meet  all 
the  absolutely  necessary  expenses  of  an  economical  person ;  fifty  per 
cent,  more  could  be  used  to  advantage ;  a  hundred  per  cent,  more  would 
not  be  deemed  very  extravagant. 

' '  The  American  Education  Society  will  render  aid  to  the  pupils  of  this 
seminary  who  are  especially  needy,  and  who  take  the  full  course  of  three 
years.  The  amount  bestowed  will  be  $80  or  $100  a  year  (in  currency) 
to  each  beneficiary." 

GOLDEN   GATE   ACADEMY. 

This  institution  is  situated  upon  the  crown  of  Academy  Hill,  near 
Telegraph  Avenue,  about  a  mile  from  the  foot  of  Broadway,  Oakland. 
Academy  Hill  rises  some  eighty-five  feet  above  the  bay,  affording  a  fine 
view  of  Oakland,  San  Francisco,  and  the  Golden  Gate.  The  school 
occupies  three  buildings,  which  are  large  and  well  appointed  in  every 
particular.  Each  building  has  its  separate  grounds,  comprising,  in  all, 
some  ten  acres.  The  institution  was  opened  in  1873  as  a  boys'  preparatory 
school,  and  as  such,  under  the  efficient  management  of  its  trustees 
attained  to  a  wide  reputation.  But  inasmuch  as  the  University  of 
California  and  many  of  the  best  eastern  colleges  were  opened  to  students 
of  both  sexes,  the  demand  for  college  preparatory  training  for  young 
women  greatly  increased,  and  it  was  determined  to  add  a  ladies'  depart- 
ment and  still  further  extend  the  sphere  of  the  school.  These  changes 
were  instituted  under  the  direction  of  J.  N.  Haskins  and  A.  E.  Kellogg, 
to  whom  the  sole  charge  and  management  of  the  school  is  intrusted  for  a 
term  of  years,  commencing  August  1,  1875.  The  academy  now  began  a 
new  life.  A  commercial,  a  modern  language,  a  music,  and  an  art  depart- 
ment were  added,  and  then  management  entrusted  to  teachers  of  recog- 
nized ability  and  large  experience  in  their  chosen  fields  of  labor,  so  that, 
in  the  completeness  of  its  course  of  study,  and  in  the  range  of  its  depart- 
ments, the  academy  now  stands  unsurpassed  by  any  similar  institution  in 
the  State. 

The  design  of  the  school,  as  expressed  by  the  principals,  is  "to  furnish 
a  thorough  preparatory  education  for  our  best  colleges,  together  with  a 
course  of  English  studies  of  sufficiently  wide  range  to  prepare  students 
for  positions  as  teachers,  or  for  general  business.  To  give,  by  aid  of  our 
preparatory  department,  systematic  training  to  pupils  of  both  sexes,  taking 
them  at  an  early  age  and  carefully  directing  their  education  during  the 
most  important  period  of  study;  and  to  furnish,  by  our  commercial, 
modern  language,  nmsic,  and  art  departments,  superior  advantages  in 
these  special  studies ;  and,  above  all,  to  awaken  in  every  student  an 
imperishable  love  of  study."  While  it  is  the  determination  of  the  prin- 
cipals to  establish  the  great  preparatory  school  of  the  State — a  school 
teaching  something  more  than  the  accomplishments — nothing  lias  been 
neglected  which  could  contribute  to  a  polished  education.  The  depart- 
ments of  music  and  art  are  directed  by  enthusiastic  teachers,  and  are  first 
class  in  every  particular. 


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CALIFORNIA  MILITARY  ACADEMY. 

This  military  institution,  opened  January  9,  1865,  is  the  first  of  the 
kind  that  has  been  established  on  this  coast.  Rev.  D.  McClure  is  the 
proprietor  and  principal. 

In  the  academic  department,  well  defined  and  extensive  courses  of 
study  are  pursued  in  the  English  branches,  ancient  and  modern  languages, 
natural  science,  mathematics,  and  commercial  knowledge,  such  as  will 
prepare  students  for  college  or  business.  The  institution  is  also  organized 
as  a  military  post,  and  it  is  obligatory  upon  every  student  to  attend  the 
daily  military  drill,  and  perform  the  duties  of  a  cadet,  which  do  not 
interfere  with  the  hours  of  study.  The  location  is  on  Telegraph  Avenue 
near  Prospect  Avenue.  The  Academy  may  be  reached  by  the  Telegraph 
Avenue  cars. 

MILLS'  SEMINARY. 

This  institution,  formerly  known  as  the  Young  Ladies'  Seminary  of 
Benicia,  was  removed  to  its  present  location,  near  Fruit  Vale,  Brooklyn 
Township,  in  1870.  The  Seminary  buddings  are  extensive  and  com- 
modious, and  admirably  adapted  to  the  purposes  to  which  they  have 
been  dedicated.  Rev.  C.  T.  Mills  is  principal,  and  Mrs.  S.  L.  Mills 
associate  principal.     They  are  aided  by  an  efficient  corps  of  teachers. 

CONVENT  OF  OUR  LADY  OF  THE  SACRED  HEART. 

This  institution  is  for  the  education  of  girls,  and  is  located  on  Webster 
Street  near  the  head  of  Lake  Merritt.  It  was  dedicated  in  1868.  The 
teachers  are  Sisters  of  the  Hoby  Name  of  Jesus  and  Mary,  who  came 
from  Canada  for  the  purpose  of  acting  as  instructors  in  this  school.  The 
funds  for  purchasing  the  grounds  and  erecting  the  buildings  were  raised 
through  the  personal  exertions  of  Rev.  Father  King,  of  the  Church  of 
the  Immaculate  Conception  (formerly  St.  Mary's  Catholic  Church).  The 
curriculum  of  studies  resembles  that  of  other  schools  for  the  education  of 
young  ladies.  The  new  building  recently  erected  will  afford  all  the 
accommodations  necessary  to  meet  the  growing  wants  of  this  flourishing 
institution. 

ST.   JOSEPH'S  ACADEMY. 

This  academy  is  located  on  the  corner  of  Jackson  and  Fifth  streets, 
and  is  conducted  by  the  Christian  Brothers,  Brother  Pirmian  acting  as 
Principal.  It  was  opened  July  5,  1870,  and  is  a  prosperous  and  well 
managed  school  for  the  education  of  boys.  The  number  of  pupils  is  one 
hundred  and  twenty-five,  and  about  twenty  novitiates  attend. 

FRENCH  AND   ENGLISH   SCHOOL. 

Mrs.  E.  C.  Head's  French  and  English  School  is  located  at  the  corner 
of  Adeline  and  Twelfth  streets,  and  is  open  to  but  a  select  number  of 
pupils,  not  less  than  six  nor  more  than  twelve  years  of  age.  It  is  pro- 
posed, however,  to  enlarge  the  accommodations  when  it  may  be  necessary 
to  furnish  facilities  for  the  present  pupils,  in  continuing  their  education. 
The  daily  exercises  of  the  class-room  are  conducted  in  the  French  lan- 
guage, and  there  are  daily  recitations  from  French  authors.  There  is 
also  singing  of  the  songs  in  use  in  the  Cosmopolitan  School  Department 
maintained  by  the  Oakland  Board  of  Education.  The  number  of  scholars 
is  limited  to  thirty-five.  The  Principal  is  assisted  by  Mrs.  A.  L.  Belcher, 
teacher  of  vocal  music  ;  Miss  Alice  Bacon,  teacher  of  instrumental  music, 
and  Miss  Anna  Kutnow,  teacher  of  German.  Special  attention  is  paid  by 
the  Principal  to  the  healthful  muscular  development  of  the  children,  both 
by  out-door  exercise,  and  such  of  Lewis'  gymnastics  as  can  be  practicd  in 
the  school  room.      The  school  is  surrounded   by  large  and   beautiful 


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gardens  and  play  grounds.  Connected  with  it  is  a  German  Kindergarten 
taught  by  Miss  Anna  Kutnow,  a  graduate  of  the  Froebel  Training  School 
in  Hamburg.  In  this  are  received  children  from  four  to  six  years  of 
age,  where  their  mental  powers  and  their  perceptions  are  developed  with- 
out the  use  of  books,  by  a  great  variety  of  order,  by  games  and  exercises. 
They  learn  to  speak  and  to  sing  in  German.  They  are  taught  to  distin- 
guish colors  and  forms ;  to  reproduce  the  forms  shown  them  on  colored 
worsted,  on  perforated  paper  and  with  blocks,  and  finally  with  slate  and 
pencil,  thus  gaining  the  first  ideas  of  drawing.  This  beautiful  system  of 
training  children  is  fully  developed  in  Mrs.  Head's  school,  and  it  is  a 
matter  of  regret  that  she  has  Hmited  the  number  of  pupils  to  thirty- 
five. 

SEMINARY  FOR  YOUNG  LADIES. 

Mrs.  Poston's  Seminary  for  young  ladies  was  removed  from  Marys- 
ville  in  1873,  and  is  located  on  Oak  Street,  on  the  elegant  premises  form- 
erly occupied  by  General  It.  W.  Heath.  The  grounds  are  elegantly 
adorned  and  sufficiently  secluded  for  their  present  uses.  Each  pupil  is 
under  the  direct  influence  of  the  Principal,  and  the  management  is  similar 
to  that  of  a  large  and  well  regulated  family.  The  course  of  study  is 
similar  to  that  followed  in  the  best  aj^pointed  institutions  for  the  educa- 
tion of  young  ladies.  The  pupils  form  no  acquaintances  except  by  the 
consent  of  the  Principal,  and  they  mingle  in  society  only  under  her 
supervision,  an  excellent  feature  of  this  seminary.  The  number  of 
scholars  is  hmited. 

PREPARATORY  SCHOOLS. 

P.  E.  Bornand,  of  the  University  of  Geneva,  Switzerland,  has  opened 
a  school  on  Twelfth  Street,  between  Alice  and  Harrison,  designed  for  the 
preparation  of  youth  for  admission  to  the  State  University.  It  is  pro- 
posed to  follow  the  European  plan  of  instruction,  which  some  may 
regard  as  slow,  but  which  lays  a  solid  and  substantial  foundation  for  the 
pursuit  of  higher  studies.  It  is  intended  to  devote  five  years  for  the 
preparation  of  a  student  for  admission  to  the  College  of  Letters.  The 
cramming  hot-house  system  will  be  avoided ;  instruction  in  the  classics 
will  be  unusually  thorough  and  the  value  of  the  mental  discipline  thus 
obtained  will  be  proportionately  great.  The  necessary  English  branches 
will  be  taught  and  there  will  be  instruction  in  mathematics  as  far  as 
requisite  for  admission  to  the  University.  Attention  will  also  be  given 
to  the  teaching  of  modern  languages.  The  main  object  of  the  school 
will  be  steadily  kept  in  view,  and  its  curriculum  will  contain  all  that  is 
necessary  in  preparing  for  the  University  and  nothing  more.  The 
want  of  such  institutions  has  long  been  felt,  for  the  University  needs 
"feeders,"  and  Professor  Bornand  has  clearly  comprehended  the  neces- 
sity for  such  a  school  as  he  has  established. 

Kirke  W.  Brier,  has  opened  a  school  for  the  preparation  of  boys  for 
the  State  University.  It  is  located  at  the  corner  of  Locust  and  Valley 
streets.  It  is  intended  to  meet  the  generally  expressed  need  for  such 
institutions,  and  the  course  of  study  will  be  neither  more  nor  less  than 
what  is  essential  in  fitting  young  men  to  enter  the  College  of  Letters.  A 
competent  corps  of  instructors  is  connected  with  the  institution  and 
in  addition  to  the  regular  instruction  there  will  be  particular  attention 
to  the  conduct  and  deportment  of  the  pupils. 

HOME  INSTITUTE. 

Miss  Fields'  Home  Institute  is  a  school  for  young  ladies.  It  is  located 
on  Hobart  Street,  between  Telegraph  and  San  Pablo  avenues.  The 
curriculum  and  general  management  are  the  same  as  in  other  schools  for 
the  education  of  girls. 


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CITY      FINANCES. 


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CITY   FINANCES. 


BONDED  DEBT 

—JULY 

1,   1875. 

DATE  OF   LAWS. 

WHEN 
ISSUED. 

AMOUNT. 

WHEN 
PAYABLE. 

KATE 

FOR  WHAT  PURPOSE. 
INT  ST. 

April  26,  1858 

March  19,  1868 
March  28,  1S68 
March  28,  1868 
March  24,  1S70.. 

1858 
1868 
1868 
1868 
1870 
1872 
1S72 
1874 
1S74 

§18,400 
50,000 
16,000 
15,000 
70,000 
50,000 
80,000 
100,000 
100,000 

1878 
18S3 
1883 
1889 
1890 
1892 
1903 
1905 
1905 

7 

10 
10 
10 
10 

Building  City  Hall . . . 
Carpentier  Judgment. 

March  18,  1872 

March  27,  1872 

March  30,  1874 

March  30,  1874      ,    ,  . 

8 
8 
8 
8 

Municipal  Purposes  . . 

Unfunded  Debts 

School  Fund 

Total 

$499,400 

Total  indebtedness,  funded,  $499,400  (annual  interest,  $42,488;  average 
rate,  8.51  per  cent).  Gas  light  bills  unpaid,  89,944  57.  Total,  $509,344  57. 
The  completion  of  the  Main  Lake  Sewer  will  increase  the  indebtedness  by 
$165,000.  The  sewer  bonds  will  bear  interest  at  the  rate  of  S  per  cent,  per 
annum,  to  mature  in  1885. 

RECEIPTS    AND   EXPENDITURES,  1874-5. 
Receipts. 

Amount  from  Taxes $188,950  06 

"     Licenses 27,268  63 

'"  "     State  School  Fund..     29,603  60 

"  "     County  School  Fund     14,800  00 

"  "     Citv  Wharf 6,236  78 

"           "     Police  Court,  etc....       8,473  20 
"  "     Miscellaneous 2,952  07 


Total  receipts . 


$278,284  34 


Expenditures. 
City  Officers  and  Police  Court,  sal- 
aries    $22,738  48 

Police  Department 18,538  77 

Fire  Department 10,219  88 

"             "           Supplies  &  repairs  4,602  81 

"             "           Horse  feed 852'  82 

Feeding  prisoners 1,364  57 

Gas 23,662  89 

School  Department,  expenses.  . .'. .  84,437  00 

"            building 23,608  69 

Public  Pound 584  46 

Interest  Funded  Debt 34,488  00 

Miscellaneous 19,335  79 


Total  Expenditures 
Balance  on  hand. .  . 


$244,434  16 


$  33,850  18 

Taxable  Property.— The  assessment  roll  of  the  City  of  Oakland  for 
the  year  1874-5  is  about  $22,000,000,  upon  which  a  municipal  tax  of 
eightv-eight  cents  on  each  one  hundred  dollars  is  leAded,  amounting  to 
$193,600. 


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CITY    BONDS. 
WHEN  ISSUED  AND  THE  AUTHOKITY  THEREFOR 

Bonds  of  1858 — Amount  outstanding,  $18,400.  This  issue  was 
authorized  by  Act  of  the  Legislature,  approved  April  2G,  1858,  which 
provides  for  the  funding  of  the  legal  indebtedness  outstanding  on  the 
first  day  of  May,  1858,  not  previously  funded,  and  for  the  exchange  of 
any  unredeemed  bonds  issued  under  the  Act  of  AprU  30,  1855.  These 
bonds  have  twenty  years  to  run,  and  bear  interest  at  seven  per  cent,  per 
annum,  payable  semi-annually,  January  and  July.  Brovision  is  made 
for  the  interest  by  an  annual  tax  on  the  assessable  property  of  the  city  ; 
and  for  the  payment  of  the  principal  an  additional  tax,  equal  to  one-half 
of  the  amount  then  outstanding,  is  authorized  to  be  levied  in  each  of  the 
years  1876  and  1877. 

City  Hall  Bonds,  1868 — Amount,  $50,000.  Authorized  by  Act  March 
19,  1868.  These  bonds  are  redeemable  at  any  time  within  fifteen  years, 
and  bear  interest  at  ten  per  cent. ,  payable  annually  in  January.  For 
the  payment  of  the  interest  an  annual  tax  is  authorized,  and  for  the 
redemption  of  the  principal,  an  additional  tax,  not  to  exceed  ten  cents  on 
each  one  hundred  dollars  of  the  assessable  property  of  the  city,  may  be 
levied,  and  the  amount  derived  therefrom  shall  constitute  a  Redemption 
Fund.  Whenever  the  fund  amounts  to  one  thousand  dollars,  or  more, 
it  shall  be  appropriated  to  the  liquidation  of  the  bonds  at  the  lowest 
rates  (not  more  than  par  value)  offered  by  the  holders  thereof.  Should 
a  balance  remain,  it  shall  be  appropriated  to  the  liquidation  of  bonds  in 
the  order  of  their  issue,  which,  if  not  presented  after  due  notice,  the 
interest  thereon  shall  cease.  In  each  of  the  years  1880  and  1882,  a 
tax  is  authorized,  sufficient  to  pay  one  half  of  the  amount  then  out- 
standing. 

Judgment  Bonds,  1868 — Amount,  §16,000.  Authorized  by  Act  of 
March  28,  1868.  Issued  to  E.  B.  Carpentier  in  satisfaction  of  a  judg- 
ment against  the  city.  The  same  provisions  and  guarantees  that  are  con- 
tained in  the  City  Hall  Bond  Act  of  March  19,  1868,  regulate  the  issue 
and  payment  of  the  principal  and  interest  of  these  bonds. 

Bonds,  1870  (to  pay  certain  claims) — Amount,  870,000.  Authorized 
by  Act  of  March  24,  1870.  Redeemable  in  twenty  years,  and  bearing 
ten  per  cent,  interest  per  annum,  payable  in  January  and  July.  For 
the  payment  of  the  interest,  a  property  tax  is  authorized,  and  for  the 
liquidation  of  the  principal,  a  sinking  fund  is  provided  for  from  the  pro- 
ceeds of  an  annual  tax  (to  commence  in  1880)  of  ten  cents  on  each  one 
hundred  dollars  of  the  assessable  property  of  the  city.  Whenever  this 
fund,  after  the  payment  of  the  annual  interest,  shall  amount  to  two  thou- 
sand dollars,  it  shall  be  appropriated  to  the  liquidation  of  these  bonds  at 
the  lowest  rates  (not  more  than  par  value)  offered  by  the  holders  thereof. 
In  the  event  of  this  fund  not  being  exhausted,  after  a  stated  time  the 
balance  shall  be  appropriated  to  the  payment,  at  par,  of  the  bonds  in  the 
order  of  their  issue,  which,  if  not  presented  after  due  notice,  the  funds 
for  the  payment  of  the  same  shall  remain  in  the  treasury,  and  the  inter- 
est thereon  cease  from  that  date. 

School  Bonds,  1872 — Authorized  by  Act  March  18,  1872.  Amount, 
$50,000.  Redeemable  in  twenty  years,  and  bearing  eight  per  cent, 
interest,  payable  in  January,  April,  Jidy,  and  October.  For  the  pay- 
ment of  the  interest  a  property  tax  is  authorized,  and  for  the  liquidation 
of  the  principal,  a  ten  per  cent,  tax  is  provided  for,  to  commence  ten 
years  from  the  issuance  of  the  bonds,  the  amount  from  which  shall  con- 
stitute a  Redemption  Fund.  When  this  fund  amounts  to  one  thousand 
dollars  or  more,  it  shall  be  appropriated  to  the  Hquidation  of  the  bonds 


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at  the  lowest  rates  offered  (not  above  par).  Should  there  not  be  a 
sufficient  amount  of  bonds  offered  to  exhaust  this  fund,  the  Council  may 
again  advertise  as  before.  All  moneys  remaining  in  this  fund,  together 
with  a  property  tax  to  be  levied  in  1891.  sufficient  to  pay  the  balance  of 
the  principal  unpaid,  shall  constitute  the  Final  Redemption  Fund. 

Bonds,  1872  (for  municipal  purposes) — Authorized  by  Act  March  27, 
1872;  amount,  880,000.  Redeemable  in  thirty  years,  and  bearing  eight 
per  cent,  interest,  payable  in  January,  April,  July,  and  October,  com- 
mencing with  October,  1872.  For  the  payment  of  the  interest,  an  I  i-3 
annual  property  tax  is  authorized,  and  for  the  payment  of  the  principal,  Ch 
an  additional  property  tax.  to  commence  in  1893,  is  provided  for,  of  ten  2 
:.t.  on  each  one  hundred  dollars,  to  create  a  fund  for  the  redemp-  xn 
tion  thereof.  On  the  1st  of  February,  1893,  and  annually  thereafter, 
when  there  are  more  than  two  thousand  dollars  over  the  amount  sum-  M 
citnt  to  pay  the  interest  due  on  the  following  April  and  July,  it  shall  be  ,_g 
appropriated  to  the  liquidation  of  the  bonds  at  the  lowest  rates  offered  fccj 
(not  above  par).  If  the  amount  be  not  exhausted  after  a  stated  time,  t* 
the  balance  shall  be  appropriated  to  the  payment,  at  par,  of  the  bonds  . 
in  the  order  of  their  issue,  which,  if  not  presented  after  due  notice,  »tJ 
interest  thereon  shall  cease.  |i- 

Oaktavt)  Bar  Bonds. — By  an  Act  approved  March  28,  1868,  an  issue  o 
of  bonds  of  815.000  is  authorized,  the  proceeds  to  be  applied  toward  g 
removing  obstructions  at  the  mouth  of  the  San  Antonio  Creek,  so  as  to  ro 
render  the  same  navigable.  The  Council  are,  in  addition,  authorized  to  £_ 
raise  annually,  by  taxation,  a  sum  not  to  exceed  five  thousand  dollars.  co 
to  be  applied  to  the  same  purpose.  No  definite  action  has  as  yet  been 
taken  by  the  Council  to  avail  itself  of  these  privileges,  and  no  legislation 
having  this  end  in  view  has  been  commenced. 

School  Boots,  Redemption  Bonds,  187-4  —  Amount,  8100,000. 
Authorized  by  Act,  March  30.  1874.  Redeemable  in  thirty  years,  and 
bearing  interest  at  eight  per  cent. ,  payable  in  October,  January,  April, 
and  July.  For  the  purpose  of  creating  a  fund  to  pay  and  cancel  other 
bonds,  viz. :  School  Bonds  1868  and  School  Bonds  1870,  both  bearing  I  g' 
interest  at  ten  per  cent.  The  first  payment  of  interest  to  be  October,  gj 
1875.  For  the  payment  of  the  interest  an  annual  property  tax  is  author-  0 
ized.  and  for  the  payment  of  the  principal  a  sinking  fund  is  provided  for  *"* 
from  the  proceeds  of  an  annual  tax  (to  commence  in  1905),  of  ten  cents  ^ 
on  each  one  hundred  dollars  of  taxable  property  of  the  city.  Whenever  g 
this  fond,  after  the  payment  of  the  annual  interest,  shall  amount  to  two  ^ 
thousand  dollars,  it  shall  be  appropriated  to  the  liquidation  of  these  £* 
bunds  at  the  lowest  rates  (not  above  par),  offered  by  the  holders  thereof.  «££ 
In  the  event  of  this  fund  not  being  exhausted  after  a  stated  time,  the  i-j 
balance  shall  be  appropriated  to  the  payment,  at  par,  of  the  bonds  in  the  g 
order  "of  their  issue,  which,  if  not  presented  after  due  notice,  interest 
thereon  shall  cease. 

Foded  Debt.  1874 — Amount.  8100,000.  Authorized  by  Act,  March 
30,  1>74.  Redeemable  in  thirty  years  and  bearing  eight  per  cent. 
sat,  payable  in  October,  January,  April,  and  July,  commencing  with 
January  2,  1875.  For  the  payment  of  all  unfunded  indebtedness 
against  the  city,  and  to  redeem  all  outstanding  warrants  existing  at  the 
time  of  the  passage  of  this  Act.  Twelve  thousand  dollars  of  this  fund  to 
be  appropriated  to  the  erection  of  a  public  school  house  in  East  Oakland. 
For  the  payment  of  the  interest  an  annual  tax  to  be  levied  in  the  same 
manner  as  other  city  taxes,  and  for  the  payment  of  the  principal,  in  the 
year  eighteen  hundred  and  ninety-five,  a  tax,  not  exceeding  ten  cents  on 
each  one  hundred  dollars  of  taxable  property,  shall  be  levied  and  set 
apart  for  the  final  redemption  of  the  principal.  On  the  1st  of  April, 
1896,  and  annually  thereafter,  when  there  are  more  than  two  thousand 


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dollars  in  the  Fund,  it  shall  be  appropriated  to  the  liquidation  of  the 
bonds,  at  the  lowest  rates  offered  (not  above  par).  If  said  bonds  are  not 
presented  for  payment  and  cancellation,  after  due  notice  and  publication, 
interest  thereon  shall  cease. 


FIRE    DEPARTMENT. 

The  first  attempt  to  establish  a  Fire  Department  in  the  City  of  Oak- 
land was  made  in  the  early  part  of  1853,  which  resulted  in  the  organiza- 
tion of  two  engine  companies — the  Empire  and  Washington — and  the  Oak- 
land Hook  and  Ladder  Company,  and  the  election  of  John  Scott  as  Chief 
Engineer.  Three  large  cisterns,  which  still  remain  in  use,  were  soon 
after  constructed  on, Broadway,  between  First  and  Fourth  streets,  to 
supply  the  engines  with  water,  and  the  necessary  apparatus  was  obtained 
to  give  efficiency  to  the  operations  of  the  Department.  The  apparatus 
then  used  by  the  Empire  Company,  a  small  New  York  side-stroke  engine, 
purchased  originally  at  a  cost  of  $2,000,  is  now  in  the  Santa  Clara  Fire 
Department,  in  good  condition.  This  organization  had  but  a  short-lived 
existence.  It  was  within  a  year  disbanded,  the  property  delivered  over 
to  the  Council,  and  up  to  1869  Oakland  had  little  or  no  means  of  resist- 
ing the  fiery  element. 

The  Department  was  re-organized  March  13, 1869,  under  the  provisions 
of  an  ordinance  approved  February  4,  1869,  by  the  election  of  John  C. 
Halley  as  Chief  Engineer,  and  Thomas  McGuire,  and  George  Taylor, 
assistants,  who  succeeded  John  Scott,  Chief,  and  John  C.  Halley  and 
W.  W.  Moore,  assistants_,  acting  under  authority  of  a  previous  organiza- 
tion. The  apparatus  of  the  Department  comprised  a  third-class  Amos- 
keag  fire  engine,  purchased  by  the  city,  and  a  hose  carriage  procured  by 
funds  temporarily  advanced  by  Col.  John  Scott.  The  succeeding  officers 
elected  in  1870,  were  :  Miles  Doody,  Chief  Engineer ;  George  Taylor  and 
G.  W.  Scribner,  assistants ;  who  continued  in  office  until  January  16, 
1872,  when  George  Taylor  was  elected  Chief  Engineer,  and  R.  E.  Har- 
mon and  George  Farwell,  assistants,  who  in  turn  were  succeeded  by  the 
following  officers : 

Officers. — Fire  Commissioners,  Q.  A.  Chase,  President;  Walter  Smith, 
G.  S.  Brown,  John  Gieschen,  Hiram  Thome,  George  Chase,  W.  K.  Rowell, 
and  C.  W.  Freeman ;  Secretary,  Abraham  Heyman,  Chief  Engineer, 
J.  F.  Steen ;  Assistant  Engineers,  R.  E.  Harmon  and  William  Myles ; 
Fire  Wardens,  J.  F.  Steen,  R.  E.  Harmon,  William  Myles,  and  Perry 
Johnson. 

The  Department  was  again  re-organized  December,  1874,  and  made  a 
paid  institution  (except  Brooklyn  Engine  No.  3,  which  own  their  apparatus 
and  engine  house,  and  still  remain  a  volunteer  organization,  doing  duty 
only  in  East  Oakland),  it  is  at  present  composed  of  a  Chief  Engineer  and 
two  assistants.  The  apparatus  consists  of  two  steam  engines,  one  hand 
engine,  and  one  hook  and  ladder  truck ;  each  engine  has  a  hose  carrriage, 
and  there  is  one  extra  hose  carriage  kept  in  case  of  necessity.  The  steam- 
ers and  two  of  the  hose  carriages  and  hook  and  ladder  truck  are  drawn 
by  horses. 

Water  for  the  use  of  the  Department  is  obtained  from  seventy-three 
hydrants,  supplied  by  the  works  of  the  Contra  Costa  Water  Company, 
and  five  cisterns. 

Under  the  new  organization  the  following  are  the  officers :  Chief  En- 
gineer, Matthew  De  La  Montanya,  salary,  $900  per  annum ;  assistant 
engineers,  Alfred  S.  Baker,  salary,  $240  per  annum,  and  John  Dolan, 
$144  per  annum. 

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Apparatus,  an  Amoskeag  third-class  engine.  Organized  in  1869,  by  the 
election  of  J.  James  Kelley,  foreman ;  G.  Lyons  and  E.  F.  Scott,  assist- 
ants. On  the  24th  of  October,  1870,  the  Council  declared  the  company, 
for  inefficiency,  disbanded,  and  a  new  organization  was  formed  a  few  days 
thereafter,  with  M.  M.  Howe,  foreman,  who  acted  until  September, 
1871,  when  William  Trickle  was  elected ;  H.  P.  Header  and  John  Breen, 
assistants,  who  continued  until  1872,  when  Moses  Russell  was  elected 
foreman,  and  George  W.  Markley  and  George  Cole,  assistants.  The 
following  officers  were  elected  under  the  new  organization :  Cornelius 
Hooley,  foreman,  salary,  8240  per  annum;  Henry  Vrooman,  engineer, 
salary,  8720  per  annum ;  George  Putnam,  driver,  salary,  0780  per  annum  ; 
Thomas  Ennis,  driver  hose  cart,  salary,  £780  per  annum ;  William  Ballan- 
tyne,  Edward  Lafort,  E.  Clark,  N.  O'Brien,  S.  Stephenson,  salary,  $144 
per  annum  each. 

Feltox  Steam  Engine  Company,  No.  2. — Location  north  side  of  Sixth 
between  Broadway  and  Washington  streets.  Apparatus,  a  Silsby  (Seneca 
Falls,  N.  Y.)  improved,  second-class  engine.  Organized  November  1, 
1872. 

The  present  officers,  under  the  paid  department,  are  :  Eugene  Yoor- 
hees,  foreman,  salary,  $240  per  annum ;  William  Myles,  engineer,  salary, 
8720  per  annum  ;  C.  Briones,  driver,  salary,  $780  per  annum ;  L.  Hoff- 
man, driver  hose  cart,  salary,  8780  per  annum  ;  William  Dewes,  M.  W. 
Kennedy,  George  Farwell,  Peter  S.  Howell,  M.  Dyer,  salary,  8144  per 
annum  each. 

Brooklyn  Engine  Company",  No.  3. — Location,  corner  East  Twelfth 
Street  and  Fourteenth  Avenue.  Apparatus,  a  Jeffrey  side-stroke  engine. 
Organized  May  1869. 

When  the  department  was  changed  from  a  volunteer  to  a  paid  depart- 
ment, the  corporation  proposed  to  purchase  the  engine  and  apparatus  of 
this  company  and  make  a  paid  company  of  it,  but  the  sale  was  never 
completed,  and  it  remains  a  volunteer  company.  The  following  are  the 
present  officers  :  William  Hamilton,  President ;  James  Moffit,  foreman ; 
Edward  Lawrence,  first  assistant  ;  George  Lewis,  second  assistant ; 
Henry  Turn  Suden,  Treasurer ;  George  Chase,  Secretary.  Members : 
Henry  Hampel,  V.  S.  Northey,  J.  Beitzel,  B.  Bangle,  F.  Brunges, 
George  W.  Babcock,  John  Bowman,  Dan  Cronin,  M.  P.  Christianson, 
Antonio  Font,  Michael  Pheeny,  J.  Fleming,  J.  Hughes,  C.  F.  Hampel, 
Charles  O'Kirk,  Henry  Leese,  L.  B.  Larue,  John  Luth,  Patrick  Lamb, 
James  Larue,  W.  Harleston,  W.  Emerson,  William  Handly,  John  Burns, 
Frank  O'Connor,  P.  Filly,  James  McGrath,  James  McGrew,  Theodore 
Meineke,  B.  Nedderman,  H.  Nedderman,  W.  T.  Noyes,  Joseph  Ough, 
J.  G.  Rischmuller,  D.  Rischmuller,  L.  J.  Rector,  F.  Schimmelpfennig, 
John  Schneider,  William  Sketch,  F.  Schimmelpfennig,  Jr.,  W.  D. 
Thomas,  Peter  Saul,  L.  Weingart,  John  West,  W.  Walker,  W.  C.  White, 
M.  Goldsticker,  Wilbam  Mariante,  Frederick  Seiger,  Antonio  Swas. 

Relief  Hook  and  Ladder  Co.,  No.  1. — Location,  north  side  of 
Sixth  between  Broadway  and  Washington  streets.  Organized  April  7, 
1870,  by  the  election  of  Perry  Johnson,  President ;  V.  P.  Terry,  fore- 
man ;  R.  E.  Harmon  and  J.  Orr,  assistants,  who  were  succeeded  in 
1872  by  Perry  Johnson,  President  (re-elected)  ;  Frederick  Dunham, 
foreman  ;  E.  G.  Yoorhies  and  W.  T.  Myles,  assistants,  who  were  suc- 
ceeded in  1873  by  Perry  Johnson,  President  (re-elected)  ;  M.  S.  Camp- 
bell, foreman  ;  F.  W.  Gartner  and  E.  M.  Campbell,  assistants.  Their 
successors  are  the  present  officers  :  J.  O.  Sarpy,  foreman,  salary,  8240 
per  annum  ;  William  Ennis,  driver,  salary,  8600  per  annum  ;  Edward 
Hope,  tillerman,  salary,  8600  per  annum  ;  E.  M.  Campbell,  D.  S. 
Hirshberg,  Charles  Ellis,  and  J.  C.  Orr,  salary,  8144  per  annum,  each. 

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52  OAKLAND       DIRECTORY. 


necessity.  It  is  expected  that  about  the  first  of  next  year  they  will  have 
an  engine,  and  organize  a  new  company  in  place  of  Live  Oak  Engine 
Company,  No.  4,  lately  disbanded. 

Location  of  Cisterns. — Corner  Second  and  Broadway  (wood)  ;  Third 
and  Broadway  (wood) ;  Fourth  and  Broadway  (wood) ;  Eighth  and  Broad- 
way (brick);  Thirteenth  and  Broadway  (brick). 

Fire  Districts. — First  District,  west  of  Adeline  Street ;  Second, 
north  by  Twelfth,  east  by  Broadway,  south  by  the  Water  Front,  west  by 
Adeline  Street ;  Third,  north  by  city  limits,  east  by  Broadway  and 
Telegraph  Avenue,  south  by  Twelfth  Street,  west  by  Adeline  Street ; 
Fourth,  north  by  Twelfth  Street,  east  and  south  by  Water  Front,  west 
by  Broadway ;  Fifth,  north  by  northern  line  of  the  city,  east  by 
westerly  shore  of  Lake  Merritt  and  a  line  running  due  north  from  said 
westerly  line  to  the  northern  boundary  of  the  city,  south  by  Twelfth 
Street,  west  by  Broadway  and  Telegraph  Avenue  ;  Sixth,  all  of  East 
Oakland. 

Police  Telegraph. — Communication  between  the  City  Hall  and 
prominent  points  throughout  the  city,  is  maintained  by  lines  of  telegraphic 
wire,  running  to  East  Oakland,  Oakland  Point,  to  the  northern  boundary 
line,  and  to  the  City  Front. 

Stations. — City  Hall,  Seventh  Street ;  Western  Union  Telegraph 
Company  ;  Taylor  &  Little's  Lumber  Yard,  First  Street ;  Oakland  Point ; 
McClure's  Military  Academy  ;  The  Theological  Seminary ;  Knox  House, 
and  Tubbs'  Hotel. 

The  City  is  now  putting  up  telegraphic  fines,  extending  from  City 
Hall  to  East  and  West  Oakland,  connecting  with  the  different  engine 
houses  intended  to  be  used  for  the  purpose  of  fire  alarms,  etc. 


STREET    IMPROVEMENTS    AND    SEWERAGE. 

In  April,  1869,  the  City  Council  appointed  a  Board  of  Engineers  to 
devise  and  report  a  system  of  street  lines  and  grades,  and  sewerage,  for 
the  whole  city.  Previous  to  that  time  there  had  been  but  little  street 
work,  but  enough  to  demonstrate  the  necessity  for  a  thorough  and  com- 
prehensive plan,  by  which  future  improvements  should  be  made.  The 
members  of  this  Board  were  George  F.  Allardt,  George  Davidson,  George 
E.  Gray,  Milo  Hoadley,  and  W.  F.  Boardman,  the  then  City  Engineer. 
In  December,  1869,  the  Board  submitted  its  report  to  the  City  Council. 
The  lines  and  grades  then  recommended,  and  a  system  of  sewerage,  were 
immediately  thereafter  adopted,  and  have  ever  since  been  faithfully 
adhered  to.  The  immense  amount  of  work  done  since  that  tune  demon- 
strates the  wisdom  and  foresight  of  the  engineers.  Excepting  only  the 
marsh  lands  that  are  at  times  submerged  by  the  tide,  all  the  land  within 
the  limits  of  the  city  can  be  drained,  and  in  nearly  every  locality  sewers 
can  be  laid  deep  enough  to  admit  the  construction  of  cellars.  The  con- 
struction of  two  main  sewers  is  part  of  the  original  design.  One  of  these, 
designated  as  the  "Creek  Sewer,"  debouches  from  Lake  Merritt  near  the 
Twelfth  Street  Dam,  and  runs  thence  along  Lake  Shore  Avenue  to  East 
Front  Street,  thence  along  East  Front  Street  to  South  Front  Street, 
thence  to  Market  Street,  thence  to  Hudson  Street,  and  thence  to  the 
shore  of  the  Bay,  to  connect  with  a  tidal  canal.  Its  length  will  be  3.18 
miles. 

The  second  is  termed  the  Lake  Sewer.  It  leaves  Lake  Merritt  at 
Delger  Street,  and  runs  thence  to  San  Pablo  Avenue,  thence  to  Twenty- 
first  Street,  thence  to  Market  Street,  and  thence  on  the  line  of  Twenty- 
second  Street  to  the  Bay  of  San  Francisco.     Its  length  is  1.84  miles. 


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During  the  past  year  work  has  been  commenced  upon  this  sewer  by  virtue 
of  an  Act  of  the  Legislature  of  1873-4.  The  territory  to  be  drained  is 
to  pay  for  this  improvement,  and  in  general  terms  it  may  be  described  as 
that  part  of  the  city  south  of  the  Charter  Line  and  north  of  Fourteenth 
Street.  The  issuance  of  bonds  was  authorized,  the  same  to  be  a  lien 
upon  the  land.  For  five  years  after  the  date  of  their  issuance,  the  City 
Assessor  is  required  to  assess  this  property  to  pay  interest  on  the  bonds, 
and  during  the  second  term  of  five  years  a  sufficient  tax  is  to  be  levied  to 
redeem  one  fifth  of  the  total  amount  of  bonds,  annually.  The  tax  is  to 
be  in  accordance  with  the  number  of  square  feet  of  property  alfected, 
not  according  to  its  valuation.  The  area  of  the  territory  affected  is  fifty- 
two  million  six  hundred  and  sixty -three  thousand  two  hundred  and 
twenty-eight  square  feet,  or  one  thousand  two  hundred  and  eleven  and 
one  half  acres.  The  entire  cost  of  the  work  is  $165,000,  and  the  assess- 
ments upon  ordinary  building  lots  will  consequently  be  so  small  that  they 
will  hardly  be  felt,  while  the  improvement  will  be  almost  invaluable. 
The  specifications  for  this  great  work  were  prepared  by  T.  J.  Arnold, 
City  Engineer,  and  regard  was  had  solely  to  the  permanence  and  dura- 
bility of  the  structure,  its  cost  being  a  secondary  consideration.  When 
the  natural  foundation  is  sufficiently  solid,  the  sewer  is  to  be  of  brick. 
It  will  be  five  feet  wide  and  five  and  one  half  feet  high,  in  the  clear,  the 
bottom  is  an  inverted  arch,  of  a  recline  of  six  and  one  half  feet,  the  sides 
are  vertical,  the  top  is  a  semicircular  arch.  The  length  of  the  brick 
section  is  five  thousand  five  hundred  and  eighty-five  and  one  quarter 
feet.  Where  the  foundation  is  not  of  sufficient  solidity,  the  sewer  will 
be  of  wood,  five  feet  by  five  and  a  half  feet  in  size,  and  these  parts  are 
of  an  aggregate  length  of  four  thousand  three  hundred  and  thirty-nine 
feet,  making  the  total  length  of  the  sewer  nine  thousand  nine  hundred 
and  twenty  -four  and  one  quarter  feet.  The  brick  section  is  to  cost 
$126,850,  the  wood  section,  $38,150,  these  being  the  figures  at  which 
the  contracts  were  awarded.  There  will  be  used  two  and  one  half  million 
bricks  and  five  thousand  barrels  of  cement,  and  four  hundred  and  ten 
piles  are  to  be  driven.  At  the  date  of  this  compdation,  the  work  is  rapidly 
advancing. 

During  the  eighteen  months  ending  June  30,  1875,  the  following  street 
work  has  been  completed  : 

STREETS.  COST. 

Polk  from  Washington  to  Railroad  Av. ,  grading,  curbing,  and 

macadamizing $  1,982  11 

East  Eleventh  from  Eleventh  Av.  to  Thirteenth  Av. ,  grading, 

curbing,  and  macadamizing 2,732  90 

Thirteenth  Av.  from  East  Fourteenth  to  East  Sixteenth,  grad- 

•   ing  and  curbing 1,063  81 

East  Eleventh  and  Thirteenth  Av. ,  culverts  and  macadamizing  372  80 
Thirteenth  Av.  from  East  Twelfth  to  East  Sixteenth,  culverts 

and  sidewalks 2,702  30 

Clay  from  Seventh  to  Eighth,  grading,  curbing,  and  macadam- 
izing          803  10 

Charter  from  Telegraph  to  San  Pablo  avs,  grading,  curbing, 

and  macadamizing 4,203  64 

Twentieth  Av.  from  East  Twelfth  to  East  Sixteenth,  grading 

and  curbing 1,711  08 

Thirteenth  Av.  from  East  Twelfth  to  East  Sixteenth,  curbing 

and  macadamizing 3,437  02 

Alice  from  Third  to  Fourteenth,  sidewalks 943  29 

Sixth  Av.  from  East  Nineteenth  to  East  Eighth,  sidewalks . . .     1,521  25 

Third  from  Madison  to  Filbert,  sidewalks 1,700  00 

Railroad  Av.  from  Wood  to  Pine,  grading  and  macadamizing.     2,333  68 


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Seventh  Av.  from  East  Ninth  to  East  Seventeenth,  sidewalks 

Washington  from  First  to  Eighth,  sidewalks 

Castro  from  Seventh  to  Twelfth,  sidewalks 

Twelfth  and  Market,  crossing 

Thirteenth  Av.  from  East  Eleventh  to  East  Sixteenth,  walks. 

Third  from  Webster  to  Harrison,  curbs  and  sidewalks 

Second  Av.  from  East  Eleventh  to  East  Twelfth,  grading  and 

curbing 

Fifth  from  Market  to  Linden,  grading  and  macadamizing.  .  .  . 
East  Fourteenth  from  Fifteenth  Av.  to  East  Charter  Line, 

sidewalks 2,116  11 

Wood  from  Railroad  Av.  to  Twelfth,  sidewalks 494  43 

East  Tenth  from  Ninth  to  Tenth  avs,  grading  and  macadam- 
izing       1,024  85 

Elm  from  San  Pablo  Av.  to  Grove,  grading  and  macadamizing  1,694  95 
East  Eleventh  from  Eleventh  to  Sixth  avs,  grading  and  curbing  2,912  17 
Twelfth  Av.  from  East  Twelfth  to  East  Fifteenth,  grading  and 

curbing 434  70 

Telegraph  Av.  from  Charter  to  northern  city  line,  grading  and 

macadamizing 21,089  91 

Ninth  Av.   from  East  Tenth  to  East  Twelfth,  grading  and 

curbing 620  60 

East  Fourteenth  from  Sixth  to  Fifteenth  avs,  grading  and 

curbing 10,398  81 

Eighth  from  Broadway  to  Webster,  re-macadamizing 2,983  34 

Third  Av.  from  East  Tenth  to  East  Fifteenth,  grading  and 

curbing 1,700  59 

East  Eighteenth  from  Seventh  to  Eighth  avs,  grading 239  45 

Brush  from  Twelfth  to  San  Pablo  Av. ,  grading  and  curbing.  .  2,815  25 
Tenth  Av.  from  East  Tenth  to  East  Eleventh,  grading  and 

macadamizing 1,179  38 

Eleventh  Av.  from  East  Twelfth  to  East  Seventeenth,  grading 

and  macadamizing 5,307  01 

Frederick  from  San  Pablo  to  Telegraph  avs,  grading  and  mac- 
adamizing      2,137  81 

Brush  from  Twelfth  to  Fourteenth,  grading  and  macadamizing     1,737  25 

Taylor  from  Peralta  to  Pine,  sidewalks 235  51 

San  Pablo  Av.  from  Fifteenth  to  Market,  sidewalks 1,773  93 

East  Fifteenth  from  Sixteenth  to  Twenty-first  avs,  grading 

and  curbing 2,224  72 

Tenth  Av.  from  East  Fifteenth  to  East  Sixteenth,  grading, 

curbing,  and  macadamizing 1,337  93 

East  Nineteenth  from  Sixth  to  Seventh  avs,  grading  and  curb- 
ing         371  30 

Eighth  Av.  from  East  Tenth  to  East  Eighteenth,  grading  and 

curbing 1,344  17 

Twelfth  Av.  from  East  Fourteenth  to  East  Sixteenth,  grading 

and  macadamizing 1,816  76 

East  Seventeenth  from  Sixth  to  Ninth  avs,  grading  and  curbing  713  82 
East  Fifteenth  from  Twelfth  to  Thirteenth  avs,  macadamizing  798  02 
Fifteenth  Av.  from  East  Fourteenth  to  East  Sixteenth,  grading     1,894  60 

Nineteenth  from  Telegraph  to  San  Pablo  avs,  sidewalks 304  75 

Myrtle  from  Eighth  to  Fifth,  grading,  curbing,  and  macadam- 
izing       2,573  38 

Tenth  Av.  from  East  Fifteenth  to  East  Sixteenth,  grading, 

curbing,  and  macadamizing 2,924  00 

East  Fourteenth  from  Tenth  to  Fifteenth  avs,  walks 657  60 

Seventh  Av.  from  East  Eighteenth  to  East  Nineteenth,  grading        357  80 


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Pine  from  Railroad  Av.  to  Atlantic,  sidewalks 346  65 

East  Sixteenth  from  Fourth  to  Tenth  avs,  sidewalks 294  86 

Fourteenth  from  Brush  to  Castro,  regrading 253  83 

Myrtle  from  Third  to  Fourteenth,  sidewalks 1,309  70 

East  Fifteenth  from  Twelfth  to  Thirteenth  avs,  sidewalks ....  93  68 

East  Eleventh  from  Fifth  to  Eleventh  avs,  macadamizing.  .  . .  5,680  99 

East  Fourteenth  from  Sixth  to  Tenth  avs,  sidewalks 274  85 

Crossings  of  East  Twelfth  and  Eighth,  Ninth,  and  Eleventh 

avs,  culverts 721  09 

Railroad  Av.  from  Willow  to  Bay,  sidewalks 218  37 

Willow  from  Taylor  to  Railroad  Av. ,  sidewalks 487  13 

Eighth  from  Market  to  Brush,  sidewalks 152  97 

Clay  from  Tenth  to  Twelfth,  grading,  curbing,  and  macadamiz- 
ing   1,494  64 

Thirteenth  from  Broadway  to  Market,  grading,  curbing,  and 

macadamizing 11,844  15 

East  Sixteenth  from  Fifteenth  to  Eighteenth  avs,  grading.  .  .  .  2,580  25 

Chase  from  Wood  to  Willow,  sidewalks 153  91 

Seventeenth  Av.  from  East  Fifteenth  to  East  Sixteenth,  grad- 
ing    229  41 

Eighth  from  Wood  to  Market,  sidewalks, 2,208  24 

First  Av.  from  East  Twelfth  to  East  Fourteenth,  grading  and 

curbing 1,394  48 

Franklin  from  Delger  to  Fourteenth,  grading  and  curbing.  .  . .  2,700  85 
Castro  from  Third  to  Fourteenth,  grading,  curbing,  and  macad- 
amizing    9,238  09 

Total $153,017  36 

During  the  eighteen  months  under  revision,  sewers  have  been  com- 
pleted as  follows : 

STREETS.  COST. 

Eighth  from  Willow  to  Wood,  1,774  feet. $  2,751  23 

Franklin  from  Twelfth  to  Delger,  2,459  feet 3,511  15 

Filbert  from  Seventh  to  First,  1,711  feet 2,206  12 

Fifth  Av.  from  East  Twelfth  to  San  Antonio  Creek,  1,292  feet  2,143  12 

Delger  from  Telegraph  A  v.  halfway  to  San  Pablo  Av.,  572  feet  686  57 

Myrtle  from  Third  to  Tenth,  2,171  feet 3,546  83 

Thirteenth  Av.  from  East  Twelfth  to  railroad  embankment, 

554feet 1,016  24 

Telegraph  Av.  south  of  Delger,  748  feet 1,243  80 

Grove  from  First  to  Fourteenth,  3,680  feet 5,954  50 

Chester  from  Railroad  Av.  to  Third,  1,138  feet 1,527  36 

Total  length,  16,099  feet.     Total  cost $24,586  92 

SUMMARY. ' 

Cost  of  street  work  (except  sewers)  prior  to  Jan.  1st,  1874.  .$468,999  71 

Same  for  eighteen  months  ending  June  30th,  1875 153,017  36 

Estimate  for  Brooklyn  before  annexation  to  Oakland 125,000  00 


Total  cost $747,017  07 

Sewers  prior  to  January  1st,  1874,  42,756  lineal  feet $52,989  26 

Same  for  eighteen  months  ending  June  30th,  1875 24,586  92 


Total $77,576  18 

The  total  cost  of  all  descriptions  of  street  work  done  by  public  authority 
is,  therefore,  $824,593  25.  The  work  done  privately  has  been  consider- 
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CHURCHES. 
FIRST  BAPTIST. 

Location,  southeast  corner  of  Fourteenth  and  Brush  streets.  Rev.  B. 
S.  McLafferty,  Pastor ;  dwl  west  side  Market  between  Seventeenth  and 
Eighteenth  streets. 

This  church  was  organized  in  December,  1854,  under  the  labors  of 
Rev.  E.  J.  Willis,  missionary. 

The  first  house  of  worship  was  dedicated  December,  1854,  being  the 
second  Protestant  church  edifice  erected  in  Oakland,  and  was  located  at 
the  corner  of  Fifth  and  Jefferson  streets;  cost,  including  lot,  about 
$2,000. 

Mr.  Willis'  pastorate  terminated  in  June,  1856.  In  May,  1857,  Rev. 
Harvey  Gilbert  began  his  ministry  with  the  church,  and  four  months 
later,  was  settled  as  Pastor.  He  resigned  in  December,  1858,  and  was 
succeeded  in  the  pastorate  by  Rev.  J.  B.  Saxton. 

Rev.  John  Francis  succeeded  Mr.  Saxton  in  May,  1863,  About  this 
time  the  house  of  worship  was  removed  to  the  corner  of  Ninth  and  Clay 
streets — a  more  eligible  location  in  view  of  the  rapid  growth  of  the  city. 

The  resignation  of  Mr.  Francis  was  accepted  in  July,  1864.  In  No- 
vember, of  the  same  year,  Rev.  A.  L.  Baker,  was  chosen  to  the  pastorate, 
but  was  compelled  to  resign  within  a  few  months  on  account  of  declining 
health. 

In  July,  1865,  Rev.  B.  T.  Martin  was  chosen  and  served  as  Pastor  for 
nearly  six  years.  It  was  during  the  pastorate  of  Mr.  Martin  that  the 
present  house  of  worship  was  built. 

From  February,  1871,  till  June,  1873,  the  church  was  without  a  Pastor. 
At  this  time  Rev.  R.  F.  Parshall  was  chosen  Pastor.  His  resignation 
was  accepted  in  October,  1873. 

In  May,  1874,  Rev.  B.  S.  McLafferty,  the  present  incumbent,  began 
his  ministry  with  the  church,  and  in  December  following  accepted  its  call 
to  the  pastorate.  It  is  seldom  the  fortune  of  any  church  to  prosper  as 
has  the  First  Baptist  Church  of  Oakland  during  the  last  year.  Indebt- 
edness to  the  amount  of  nearly  $9,000  ]ias  been  cancelled,  congregations 
have  greatly  increased,  peace  and  harmony  have  prevailed,  between  eighty 
and  ninety  persons  have  been  added  to  the  membership,  and  now  this 
church,  occupying  at  present  the  most  beautiful  and  costly  house  of 
worship  (Protestant)  in  our  city,  no  longer  embarrassed  by  the  condition 
of  its  finances,  has  before  it  a  most  hopeful  future. 

The  Sunday  School  of  this  church  was  organized  in  1854.  It  is  now 
prosperous  under  the  superintendency  of  Prof.  A.  W.  Brodt.  Time  of 
meeting,  half  past  two  o'clock  p.m.     Chinese  class  meets  at  six  o'clock 

P.M. 

Officers. — H.  Gurthwaite,  Clerk;  W.  W.  Gurthwaite,  Treasurer  ;  John 
R.  Mason,  Dr.  J.  R.  Brad  way,  S.  F.  Gilcrest,  George  Jeffrey,  William 
Watts,  Trustees, 

BAPTIST— EAST  OAKLAND. 

Location,  northeast  corner  of  East  Fourteenth  Street  and  Tenth 
Avenue.  Rev.  Thomas  G.  McLean,  Pastor ;  residence,  southeast  corner 
of  Twelfth  Avenue  and  East  Nineteenth  Street. 

This  church  was  organized  February  9,  1860,  with  twelve  members. 
The  Rev.  J.  B.  Saxton  was  unanimously  chosen  Pastor  at  the  time  of 
organization,  and  officiated  until  May,  1863,  when  he  resigned.  He  was 
succeeded  by  the  Rev.  John  Francis,  in  June,  1863,  who  held  the  pas- 
torate until  December,  1869.  From  that  time  the  church  was  supplied 
by  Rev.  E.  Andrews,  Rev.  C.  B.  Egan,  and  Rev.  T.   C.   Jamison,  until 


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CHURCHES.  57 


September,  1871,  when  the  Rev.  William  Perry  took  charge  and  officiated 
until  November,  1872,  since  which  time  the  church  had  no  settled  Pastor 
until  1873,  when  the  present  Pastor  was  unanimously  chosen.  Number 
of  communicants,  July,  1875,  about  forty. 

The  lot  on  which  the  church  stands  was  donated  by  Mr.  A.  K.  Warner. 
The  erection  of  the  edifice  was  commenced  April  16,  1860 ;  it  was  com- 
pleted and  dedicated  the  following  September. 

The  Sunday  school  connected  with  the  church  was  organized  in  1860. 
It  has  an  average  attendance  of  one  hundred  teachers  and  scholars,  and  a 
library  of  three  hundred  volumes.  Meets  immediately  after  morning 
service.     Superintendent,  J.  Bynan. 

Officers. — A.  K  Warner  and  J.  Bynan,  Deacons;  Branson  Bangle,  E. 
Grover,  William  Bamford,  and  S.  Hilton,  Trustees. 

FIRST  CONGREGATIONAL. 

Location,  northeast  corner  of  Washington  and  Tenth  streets.  Rev. 
J.  K.  McLean,  Pastor ;  residence,  1008  Washington  Street. 

This  church  was  organized  December  9,  1860,  with  a  membership  of 
seventeen  persons.  The  Rev.  George  Pierson,  of  the  Brooklyn  Presby- 
terian Church,  officiated  as  Pastor  until  May  6,  1861,  when  the  Rev. 
George  Mooar  was  called  to  the  pastorate,  and  continued  in  charge  until 
May,  1872,  when  the  present  Pastor  arrived.  At  present  there  are  about 
three  hundred  and  seventy-five  communicants. 

The  society  which  has  charge  of  the  finances  of  the  church  was  organized 
January  7,  1861.  In  the  following  September  they  purchased  a  block  of 
land,  bounded  by  Broadway,  Washington,  Tenth,  and  Eleventh  streets,  for 
$1,400,  one  half  of  which  they  sold  in  1872  for  the  sum  of  $65,000. 

The  church  edifice  was  dedicated  June  8,  1862,  and  cost,  including 
furniture,  $11,345.  In  1867  the  building  was  enlarged  at  an  expense  of 
$3,500,  and  in  1868  a  chapel  erected  at  an  additional  cost  of  $2,500.  In 
the  Spring  of  1872  the  church  and  chapel  were  removed,  enlarged,  and 
refitted,  at  an  expense  of  $8,000.  A  new  site  has  just  been  purchased 
on  the  corner  of  Washington  and  Thirteenth  streets,  upon  which  a  new 
church  will  probably  be  erected  in  1876. 

The  Sunday  school  connected  with  the  church  was  organized  in 
December,  1860.  It  has  an  average  attendance  of  two  hundred  and 
seventy-five  teachers  and  scholars,  and  a  library  of  one  thousand  vol- 
umes. Meets  at  half  past  twelve  o'clock  p.m.  Superintendent,  A.  H. 
Post.  The  church  has  under  its  control  the  Mission  Sunday  School, 
located  on  the  corner  of  Third  and  Castro  streets,  organized  in  1868, 
with  an  attendance  of  about  one  hundred  and  fifty ;  Superintendent,  F. 
W.  Gill;  also,  a  Chinese  school  of  over  one  hundred  scholars,  E.  P. 
Sanford,  Superintendent. 

Officers.— T.  B.  Bigelow,  R.  E.  Cole,  E.  P.  Flint,  A.  P.  Flint,  I.  W. 
Knox,  and  E.  P.  Sanford,  Deacons ;  C.  W.  Kellogg,  Clerk  and  Treasurer. 

SECOND  CONGREGATIONAL. 

Location,  south  side  of  Wood  Street  near  Willow,  Oakland  Point.  Rev. 
C.  H.  Pope,  Pastor. 

This  church  was  organized  May  31,  1868,  with  a  membership  of  nine 
persons.  The  Rev.  Eli  Corwin  was  installed  Pastor,  in  November,  1868, 
and  resigned  January  1,  1870.  He  was  succeeded  by  the  Rev.  David  B. 
Gray,  who  was  installed  August  9,  1870,  and  officiated  until  August, 
1873.     Number  of  communicants,  about  eighty. 

The  edifice  occupied  by  this  congregation  was  dedicated  August  31, 
1868,  and  cost,  including  lot,  about  $4,500. 

The  Sunday  school  connected  with  the  church  was  organized  August 


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12,  1867.  It  has  an  attendance  of  one  hundred  and  seventy-five  teachers 
and  scholars,  and  a  library  of  three  hundred  volumes.  Meets  at  half  past 
twelve  o'clock  p.m.;  Superintendent,  James  Stratton. 

Officers. — L.  P.  Collins  and  Jarvis  Jewett,  Deacons;  J.  A.  Folger, 
Jacob  Collyer,  W.  S.  Snook,  L.  P.  Collins,  and  Q.  A.  Chase,  Trustees. 

PLYMOUTH    AVENUE    CONGKEGATIONAL. 

The  Plymouth  Avenue  Congregational  Church  is  situated  on  Plymouth 
Avenue,  corner  of  Elm  Street,  one  block  east  of  Telegraph  Avenue.  The 
church  was  organized  by  Council,  April  9,  1874.  Present  number  of 
members,  sixty.  Sendees  are  held  every  Sunday  at  eleven  o'clock  ;  the 
first  Sunday  evening  of  each  month  at  half  past  seven  o'clock  ;  and  every 
Wednesday  evening  at  half  past  seven  o'clock. 

The  Sunday  School  is  held  at  the  close  of  the  morning  service,  each 
Sunday ;  Frank  Barrows,  Superintendent ;  S.  F.  Daniels,  Assistant 
Superintendent  ;  Benj.  Wall,  Librarian ;  J.  C.  Ferrell,  Assistant 
Librarian.  Number  of  pupils  enrolled,  one  hundred  and  seventy  ;  average 
attendance,  one  hundred  and  twenty  ;  volumes  in  library,  two  hundred  ; 
papers  distributed,  one  hundred  and  thirty. 

Officers. — Professors  Benton  and  Moore,  Pastors;  W.  K.  Rowell, 
Abel  Whitton,  and  Charles  F.  Whitton,  Deacons  ;  W.  M.  Boyd,  W.  K. 
Rowell,  W.  H.  Love,  D.  S.  Sutton,  and  S.  F.  Daniels,  Trustees ;  J.  C. 
Ferrell,  Clerk. 

ST.   JOHN'S— EPISCOPAL. 

Location,  west  side  of  Grove  Street,  between  Seventh  and  Eighth. 
Rev.  Benjamin  Akerly,  D.D. ,  Rector;  residence,  west  side  of  Adeline 
Street,  between  West  Fourteenth  and  West  Sixteenth.  The  Rector  is 
in  his  study,  rear  of  the  church,  daily,  from  nine  o'clock  a.m.  till  twelve  M. 

This  church  had  an  humble  origin  when  Oakland  numbered  but  few 
houses,  and  not  over  a  hundred  inhabitants.  During  the  Summer  of 
1852,  two  families  met  and  worshiped  unitedly  until  a  member  of  one  of 
the  families  fell  seriously  ill,  when  the  sendees  were  discontinued. 

In  August,  1853,  Rev.  Dr.  Ver  Mehr,  Rector  of  Grace  Church,  San 
Francisco,  visited  Oakland  to  aid  in  the  establishment  of  a  church,  and 
with  much  difficulty  a  meeting  of  twelve  persons  was  convened.  For 
various  reasons,  however,  the  project  was  for  the  time  abandoned. 
Toward  the  close  of  the  same  year,  the  Rev.  Dr.  Morgan  appeared,  and 
preached  a  sermon  to  a  small  but  attentive  audience  beneath  the  branches 
of  one  of  Oakland's  shady  trees ;  and  so  favorable  was  the  impression 
then  made,  that  it  was  determined  that  a  covered  church  of  some  kind 
should  be  procured  by  the  following  Sunday,  if  the  reverend  gentleman 
would  repeat  his  visit.  A  large  tent,  twenty-five  by  seventy  feet,  was 
erected,  with  a  cross  upon  the  apex  to  designate  the  object  of  the  struc- 
ture, and  a  temporary  pulpit  fitted  up.  Mr.  Morgan,  however,  was  in 
some  manner  detained,  but  a  Presbyterian  minister,  the  Rev.  Mr.  Wals- 
worth,  who  had  incidentally  visited  Oakland,  being  present  in  the  con- 
gregation, was  invited  to  officiate.  The  same  week  the  tent  and  appur- 
tenances were  sold  to  the  Presbyterians. 

In  December,  1854,  the  Right  Rev.  Bishop  Kip  celebrated  divine  ser- 
vice in  a  room  that  had  been  prepared  for  the  purpose.  In  January, 
1855,  the  missionary,  Rev.  E.  W.  Syle  arrived,  and  became  acting  Rector 
of  the  embryo  parish.  The  first  communion  service  was  celebrated  on 
Sunday,  February  4,  when  eleven  communed  with  the  Rector.  On 
March  5,  of  the  same  year,  the  parish  was  regularly  incorporated  and 
trustees  elected,  but  it  was  not  until  the  8th  of  August  following  that  a 
constitution  and  by-laws  were  finally  adopted.     During  the  same  month 


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a  rented  room  was  fitted  up  as  a  church,  with  benches,  at  a  cost  of  8150, 
current  expenses  being  met  by  collections  every  Sunday. 

The  Rev.  Mr.  Syle  resigned  January,  1856,  and  from  that  time  lay 
services  were  regularly  held,  Bishop  Kip  occasionally  officiating.  In  July, 
1856,  the  Rev.  James  W.  Capen  became  Rector,  and  continued  in  charge 
until  1857,  when  he  resigned.  On  March  1st,  1858,  the  present  Rector 
entered  upon  the  discharge  of  his  duties. 

A  lot  was  purchased  in  1860  for  the  sum  of  S-450,  and  a  church  edifice 
erected  thereon  at  a  cost  of  32,600,  which  has  since  been  enlarged  twice,    j  cj 
The  church  was  consecrated  to  divine  service  March  1,  1860.     Number    j  H 
of  communicants,  August,  1875,  one  hundred  and  fifty.  j  ©i 

Services  every  Sunday  at  eleven  o'clock  a.m.  On  week  days,  daily  _~ 
morning  prayer,  at  eleven  o'clock.  Holy  Communion,  the  first  Sunday  \  PS 
of  each  month  ;  also  upon  each  saint's  day  and  festival.  j  i-j 

Mission  services  on  Sunday  at  Temescal  in  the  school  house  at  three  [  td 
o'clock  p.m.;  evening  prayer  and  sermon  at  four  o'clock  p.m.,  and  at  I  t* 
Oakland  Point  at  half  past  seven  o'clock  p.m.  I  ££ 

The  Sunday  school  connected  with  the  church  was  organized  April, 
1858.  It  has  an  attendance  of  one  hundred  and  fifty  teachers  and  scholars. 
Meets  at  forty-five  minutes  past  nine  o'clock  a.m.  Superintendent,  Wal- 
ter W.  Blow. 

Officers. — R.  W.  Kirkham,  Senior  Warden;  Charles  D.  Haven,  Junior 
Warden ;  Dr.  W.  J.  Younger,  Clerk ;  James  Be  Fremery,  Robert  H. 
Bennett,  Joseph  W.  Jordan,  and  Frank  Soule',  Jr. ,  Vestrymen ;  David 
M.  Henderson,  Treasurer. 


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ST.   PAUL'S-EPISCOPAL. 

Location,  southeast  corner  of  Twelfth  and  Webster  streets.  Rev. 
J.  Lewis  Parks,  Rector;  residence,  Telegraph  Avenue  between  Delger 
and  Hobart  streets. 

This  church  was  organized  January  19,  1871,  with  a  membership  of 
twenty.  The  Rev.  Thomas  Williams  was  placed  temporarily  in  charge, 
and  officiated  until  May,  1871,  when  Charles  W.  Turner  was  called  and 
officiated  until  December,  1874,  when  the  present  Rector  was  called  to 
the  parish. 

Immediately  after  the  date  of  organization,  the  congregation  purchased 
a  lot  and  edifice  for  the  siun  of  §10,000,  fitting  it  for  divine  service  at  a 
cost  of  $2,500  additional.  In  August,  1872,  the  church  building  was 
enlarged  and  greatly  improved  at  an  expense  of  S-L000.  It  will  now 
accommodate  three  hundred  and  fifty  people  ;  and  besides  the  church 
itself  has  a  vestry  room  and  two  large  rooms  for  the  Sunday  school  and 
other  purposes.  Number  of  communicants,  July,  1875,  one  hundred  and 
twenty. 

The*  Sunday  school  connected  with  the  church  was  organized  January, 
1871.  It  has  an  attendance  of  about  eighty  teachers  and  scholars,  and 
a  library  of  one  hundred  and  fifty  volumes.  Meets  at  half  past  nine 
o'clock  A.M. 

Officers. — Allen  I.  Gladding,  Senior  Warden;  Watson  Webb,  Junior 
Warden  and  Treasurer ;  John  C.  Kelton,  Secretary ;  John  A.  Stanly, 
John  B.  Harmon,  Thomas  Yolland,  William  C.  Parker,  George  A.  Par- 
ker, E.  B.  Marsh,  A.  T.  Elliott,  and  David  H.  Ward,  Vestrymen. 

CHURCH  OF  THE  ADVENT— EPISCOPAL. 

Location,  southwest  corner  of  Seventeenth  Avenue  and  East  Four- 
teenth Street.  Rev.  Sidney  Wilbur,  Rector;  residence,  with  James 
McGrath,  south  side  Sixteenth  Avenue  near  East  Sixteenth  Street. 

This  church  was  organized  May  25,  1860.     The  Rev.  Benjamin  Akerly, 


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of  St.  John's  Church,  Oakland,  was  the  first  Rector,  and  officiated  until 
February  25,  1866,  when  he  was  succeeded  by  the  Rev.  Daniel  Wills. 
In  1869  Mr.  Wills  resigned,  and  was  succeeded  by  the  Rev.  Daniel 
Kendig,  who  continued  in  charge  until  July,  1870.  In  January,  1871, 
the  present  Rector  entered  upon  the  discharge  of  his  duties.  Number 
of  communicants,  June,  1875,  fifty-eight. 

In  the  Spring  of  1860,  James  B.  Larue,  Esq.,  donated  to  the  parish 
two  lots  on  the  corner  of  Broadway  and  Adams  streets,  and  the  same 
year  the  church  edifice  was  erected,  at  a  cost  of  $2,400.  Since  that  date, 
the  sum  of  $600  has  been  expended  in  improving  the  building  and  lots. 

The  Sunday  school  connected  with  the  church  was  organized  in  1860. 
It  has  an  attendance  of  eighty  teachers  and  scholars,  and  a  library  of 
two  hundred  volumes.  Meets  at  half  past  nine  o'clock  a.m.  Superin- 
tendent, Rev.  Sidney  Wilbur. 

Officers. — A.  F.  Rodgers,  Senior  Warden;  C.  M.  Nichols,  Junior 
Warden ;  J.  West  Martin,  L.  J.  Rector,  Walter  Turnbull,  Daniel  Hutch- 
ings,  and  A.  H.  Webb,  Vestrymen ;  Henry  Steere,  Treasurer  and  Clerk. 

METHODIST  EPISCOPAL. 

Location,  southwest  corner  of  Washington  and  Ninth  streets.  Rev. 
C  V.  Anthony,  Pastor;  residence,  917  Alice  Street. 

This  church  was  organized  in  1862,  through  the  exertions  of  Rev.  C. 
E.  Rich,  who  entered  upon  his  duties  as  Pastor  in  September  of  the 
same  year,  and  continued  in  charge  until  September,  1864,  when  he  was 
succeeded  by  the  Rev.  C.  Miller,  who  officiated  one  year.  The  Rev.  H. 
H.  Hartwell  next  took  charge,  until  September,  1866,  when  he  was  suc- 
ceeded by  the  Rev.  L.  Walker,  who  officiated  until  September,  1869, 
when  he  was  succeeded  by  the  Rev.  T.  S.  Dunn,  who  officiated  until 
September,  1872,  when  the  Rev.  W.  J.  McClay  served  for  one  year,  and 
was  followed  by  the  present  Pastor.  In  December,  1862,  a  small  build- 
ing was  erected  on  the  corner  of  Sixth  and  Washington  streets,  and  used 
as  a  chapel  until  1864,  when  the  society  purchased  a  lot  for  the  sum  of 
$1,000,  and  erected  the  edifice  now  occupied  by  them  at  a  cost  of  about 
$4,500.  The  society  has  recently  purchased  land  on  the  southwest  corner 
of  Fourteenth  and  Clay  streets  for  $10,000,  on  which  they  are  erecting 
a  fine  substantial  church  to  cost  about  $35,000.  Number  of  communi- 
cants, June,  1875,  three  hundred  and  thirty-two. 

The  Sunday  school  connected  with  the  church  was  organized  Decem- 
ber, 1862.  It  has  an  average  attendance  of  two  hundred  teachers  and 
scholars,  and  a  library  of  eight  hundred  and  ninety-three  volumes. 
Three  hundred  and  ten  Sunday  school  papers  and  magazines  are  distrib- 
uted monthly.  Sabbath  school  meets  at  half  past  nine  o'clock  a.m. 
Services  at  eleven  o'clock  a.m. 

Officers.—  E.  W.  Playter,  M.  S.  Hurd,  George  Miller,  W.  H.  Rouse, 
J.  H.  Redstone,  W.  S.  Bouton,  J.  W.  Carrick,  James  Dods,  R.  E. 
Wenk,  William  Bartling,  M.  T.  Holcomb. 

AFRICAN  METHODIST  EPISCOPAL. 

Location,  southeast  corner  of  Market  and  Seventh  streets.  (Vacant), 
Pastor. 

This  church  had  its  origin  in  1862,  when  a  small  congregation  was 
brought  together  through  the  exertions  of  Mr.  Abram  Gross,  who 
preached  to  them  for  a  time  in  a  school  house  near  the  corner  of  Clay 
and  Fifth  streets.  They  afterwards  worshiped  for  a  few  months  at  the 
residence  of  a  member  of  the  congregation,  and  then  in  the  public  school 
house  at  Brooklyn. 

In  1863  they  organized  and  purchased  a  lot  and  the  small  wooden 


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edifice  which  they  now  occupy,  for  the  sum  of  $700.  Mr.  John  Lane,  a 
local  preacher,  then  took  charge  and  officiated  about  one  year.  Since  his 
connection  with  the  church  ceased,  several  local  preachers  officiated  suc- 
cessively until  the  Spring  of  1872,  when  the  Rev.  James  Dorsey  took 
charge,  in  1874  he  was  succeeded  by  the  Rev.  James  B.  Sanderson,  who 
officiated  until  his  death  in  August  of  the  present  year. 

The  Sunday  school  connected  with  the  church  was  organized  in  1868. 
It  has  an  attendance  of  about  forty  teachers  and  scholars.  Meets  at 
one  o'clock  p.m.     Superintendent,  William  Harris. 

Officers. — Abram  Gross,  Isaac  Flood,  and  Prince  Williams,  Stewards; 
Cornelius  Francis  Abram  Gross,  Isaac  Flood,  William  Wesley,  George 
Howard,  Isaac  West,  and  Lewis  Whiting,  Trustees. 

GERMAN    METHODIST   EPISCOPAL. 

Rev.  F.  Bonn,  Pastor  ;  dwelling,  south  side  Brown  Street,  between 
Telegraph  Avenue  and  Grove  Street.  This  church  was  organized  in  the 
Fall  of  1872,  with  a  membership  of  eight. 

Services  are  held  every  Sunday  at  three  p.m.  ,  at  the  Methodist  Church, 
corner  Xinth  and  Washington  streets.  The  congregation  contemplate 
erecting  a  church  edifice  of  their  own  as  soon  as  practicable. 

The  Sunday  school  connected  with  the  church  meets  at  two  o'clock  p.  M. 

Officers. — Christian  Rode  and  August  Kaese,  Stewards. 

FIRST   PRESBYTERIAN    CHURCH. 

Location,  northeast  corner  of  Franklin  and  Fourteenth  streets.  Rev. 
James  Eells,  D.D.,  Pastor;  residence,  southwest  corner  Telegraph  Avenue 
and  Hobart  Street. 

This  church  was  organized  March  26,  1853,  and  admitted  to  the  Pres- 
bytery of  San  Francisco  on  the  eighth  of  November  of  that  year,  making  it 
the  oldest  church  organization  in  Oakland.  The  sacrament  of  the  Lord's 
Supper  was  first  celebrated  in  the  Oakland  Free  School,  Rev.  S.  B.  Bell 
officiating.  Some  years  afterwards  the  society  built  a  frame  church 
edifice  at  the  corner  of  Seventh  and  Webster  streets.  This  building  was 
in  a  few  years  more  moved  to  the  southeast  corner  of  Thirteenth  and 
Broadway  streets,  when  the  society  purchased  a  small  piece  of  land,  one 
hundred  feet  on  Broadway  and  one  hundred  and  fifty  feet  on  Thirteenth 
streets.  In  1874  the  society  sold  this  land  for  $24,000,  and  obtained 
$2,000  for  the  building.  With  this  proceeds  they  immediately  began  to 
erect  the  present  convenient  and  handsome  structure,  now  occupied  by 
them,  on  the  corner  of  Fourteenth  and  Franklin  streets,  the  corner  stone 
of  which  was  laid  April  24,  1875. 

The  lot  on  which  this  church  stands  has  a  frontage,  on  the  north  side 
of  Fourteenth  Street,  of  one  hundred  and  fifty  feet,  and  on  the  east  side 
of  Franklin  of  two  hundred  and  six  feet.  The  building  fronts  on  Four- 
teenth Street,  to  the  south.  The  main  building  is  one  hundred  feet 
wide,  ninety-four  feet  deep,  and  seventy-two  feet  high  at  the  apex. 
This  contains  an  auditorium  a  little  more  than  semi-circular  in  form, 
ninety-six  feet  wide,  seventy-six  feet  deep  on  first  floor  (eighty-five  feet 
including  gallery  over  vestibule),  and  fifty-five  feet  high,  and  contains 
one  hundred  and  sixty  pews,  and  seats  seven  hundred  and  fifty-six  per- 
sons on  first  floor.  The  towers  are  eighteen  feet  square  ;  the  more  lofty  one, 
one  hundred  and  ninety-five  feet  and  the  other  one  hundred  and  forty  feet 
high.  Over  the  vestibule  is  a  gallery  gained  by  a  staircase  in  either 
tower,  which  contains  thirty-four  pews,  besides  wall  seats,  and  will  seat 
two  hundred  and  fifty  persons,  making  the  total  capacity  of  the  church 
one  thousand  and  six.  The  auditorium  is  lighted  in  the  evening  by  a 
sun-burner  suspended  from  the  ceiling,  about  forty-five  feet  from  the 


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auditorium,  and  gives  a  soft  and  pleasant  light.  The  ceiling  of  this  room 
is  arched  and  the  roof  is  supported  by  three  immense  trusses,  the  strength 
of  which  is  unquestioned. 

The  rear  building  is  sixty-eight  feet  wide  and  seventy-eight  feet  deep, 
and  contains  the  organ  loft,  pastor's  study,  and  a  lecture  room  thirty-six 
feet  wide,  thirty-two  feet  deep,  and  forty-three  feet  high  in  center.  This 
room  is  surrounded  on  three  sides  by  a  gallery  fifteen  feet  wide,  and 
when  the  main  room  and  the  rooms  under  this  gallery  are  thrown  into  one 
by  opening  the  folding  doors,  it  gives  a  room  of  fifty-two  by  sixty-six  feet. 

The  building  is  a  model  for  a  church  and  supplies  all  the  conveniences 
necessary  for  social  gatherings  or  Sunday  school  purposes.  The  organ 
was  made  by  Messrs.  Bevington  &  Sons  of  London,  and  cost  $4,600, 
delivered  and  placed  in  position.  The  entire  cost  of  the  church  property, 
including  the  organ  and  furnishing,  is  $78,600. 

Messrs.  Wright  &  Sanders,  of  San  Francisco,  were  the  architects  and 
Mr.  W.  E.  Boone  was  the  builder. 

The  following  pastors  have  been  settled  over  this  church  :  Rev.  S.  B. 
Bell,  D.D.;  E.  B.  Walsworth,  D.D.;  J.  D.  Strong,  L.  Hamilton,  L. 
W.  Poor,  D.D.,  and  the  present  pastor,  Rev.  James  Eells,  D.D.,  who 
assumed  charge  in  July,  1874. 

Officers.—  E.  Bigelow,  J.  J.  Gardiner,  W.  C.  Dodge,  C.  W.  Amies,  G. 
W.  Armes,  W.  S.  Bartlett,  and  J.  B.  Ford,  Elders  ;  W.  H.  Knight,  J. 
M.  Self  ridge,  C.  K.  Clark,  J.  L.  Barker,  and  C.  P.  Hoag,  Deacons  ;  W. 
C.  Dodge,  Clerk  ;  C.  P.  Hoag,  Superintendent  of  Sunday  school ;  G.  M. 
Grant,  Superintendent  of  Chinese  Sunday  school. 

The  officers  of  the  society  are  :  E.  J.  Crane,  President ;  J.  B.  Ford, 
J.  W.  Shanklin,  C.  W.  Banks,  J.  L.  Barker,  and  G.  H.  Gray,  Trustees ; 
W.  H.  Friend,  Secretary. 

PRESBYTERIAN— EAST  OAKLAND. 

Location,  northeast  corner  of  East  Fourteenth  Street  and  Fifteenth 
Avenue.     Rev.  W.  H.  Dean,  Pastor ;  residence,  749  East  Fourteenth. 

This  church  was  organized  February  17,  1861,  with  ten  members. 
The  Rev.  George  Pierson  was  the  first  Pastor,  and  officiated  until  1870. 
From  that  time  the  Rev.  Oliver  Hemstreet,  Rev.  E.  H.  Camp,  and 
others,  acted  as  stated  supplies  until  December,  1872,  when  the  Rev.  T. 
M.  Dawson,  in  response  to  a  unanimous  call  from  the  congregation,  en- 
tered upon  the  discharge  of  his  duties,  and  was  installed  Pastor  on  the 
thirteenth  of  February,  1873.  He  continued  in  charge  until  May  1,  1875, 
when  he  resigned  and  the  present  Pastor  took  charge.  Number  of  com- 
municants, August,  1875,  seventy. 

The  chiuch  edifice  was  erected  in  the  Summer  of  1861,  at  a  cost  of 
$4,700.  The  lot  on  which  it  stands  is  seventy-five  by  one  hundred  and 
fifty  feet,  and  was  donated  to  the  society  by  James  B.  Larue,  Esq.  In 
1867,  the  building  was  improved  at  an  additional  expense  of  $1,800,  and 
a  bell  for  the  edifice  purchased  for  the  sum  of  $1,000. 

The  Sunday  school  connected  with  the  church  was  organized  in  the 
Spring  of  1861,  with  eight  teachers  and  forty  scholars.  At  present, 
there  are  one  hundred  and  fifty  teachers  and  scholars,  and  a  library  of 
one  thousand  volumes.  Meets  at  half  past  twelve  o'clock  p.m.  Super- 
intendent, J.  H.  Sumner. 

Oncers.— J.  H.  Sumner,  Elder;  V.  S.  Northey,  W.  C.  Mason,  Frank 
Hostetter,  David  Carrick,  and  W.  A.  Bray,  Trustees. 

INDEPENDENT  PRESBYTERIAN. 

Location,  southeast  corner  of  Jefferson  and  Twelfth  streets.  Rev.  L. 
Hamilton,  Pastor  ;  residence,  1165  Jackson  Street  near  Twelfth. 


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This  church  was  organized  February  28,  1869,  and  is  the  only  one  of  a 
similar  character  in  California.  The  Pastor  of  this  congregation  officiated 
for  several  years  as  Pastor  of  the  First  Presbyterian  Church  in  this  city, 
but  for  opinions  expressed  by  him  he  was  tried  before  the  Presbytery, 
and  subsecmently  before  the  Synod,  resulting  in  his  being  deposed  by 
those  bodies  February  24,  1869.  A  large  portion  of  Mr.  Hamilton's 
congregation,  who  were  opposed  to  this  decision  of  the  Presbytery  and 
Synod,  determined  upon  organizing  another  society,  and  secured  Brayton 
Hall  as  a  temporary  place  of  worship,  where  services  were  held  until  the 
Spring  of  1870,  when  the  edifice  now  occupied  by  the  congregation  was 
erected  at  a  cost,  including  lot,  of  about  §22,500.  Number  of  communi- 
cants, June,  1875,  about  one  hundred. 

The  Sunday  school  connected  with  the  church  was  organized  March 
6,  1869.  It  has  an  attendance  of  one  hundred  and  thirty-seven  teachers 
and  scholars,  and  a  library  of  five  hundred  volumes.     Meets  at  half  past       H 


nine  o'clock  a.m.     Superintendent,  Wm.  H.  Jordan. 

Trustees. — Walter  Blair,  General  George  A.  Nourse,  T.  J.  Arnold, 
Joseph  Gillivray,  C.  W.  Phelps,  C.  W.  Reid,  G.  W.  Grayson,  J.  L.  N. 
Shepard,  and  W.  W.  Spaulding,  President. 

FIRST  GERMAN  PRESBYTERIAN. 

Rev.  William  Buehren,  Pastor  ;  residence,  west  side  of  Eighth  Avenue 
between  East  Seventeenth  and  East  Eighteenth  streets,  East  Oakland. 

This  church  was  organized  in  1873,  with  a  membership  of  thirty-three, 
and  received  under  the  care  of  the  Presbytery  of  San  Francisco. 

At  present  services  are  held  every  Sunday  at  eleven  o'clock  a.  AT.,  in 
Odd  Fellows'  Hall,  corner  of  Franklin  and  Eleventh  streets. 

Officers. — Julius  F.  Heimbold  and  A.  H.  Buehren,  Elders;  H.  Kirch- 
heiner  and  John  H.  Dreyer,  Deacons. 

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This  church  had  its  origin  in  the  Summer  of  1874,  when  a  small  con 
gregation  was  brought  together  by  the  united  labors  of  Elders  James  I  ^ 
White,  J.  X.  Loughborough,  and  D.  M.  Canright,  during  a  tent  meeting 
held  from  the  month  of  April  to  July ;  it  now  numbers  over  fifty  com- 
municants. Regular  services  are  held  at  their  Hall,  corner  Broadway  I  S* 
and  Twelfth  streets,  Sabbath  (Saturday),  at  eleven  o'clock  a.  m.  ,  and  on  <? 
Sunday  and  Wednesday  evenings.  It  also  has  a  Sabbath  school  of  nearly  |  *|j 
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Location,  west  side  of  Jefferson  Street,  between  Seventh  and  Eighth. 
Re  v.  Michael  King,  Pastor;  Rev.  Lawrence  Serda,  Assistant.  Pastoral 
residence  adjoining  the  church. 

Twenty  years  ago  a  room  in  a  private  house  served  as  a  place  of  wor- 
ship for  the  Catholics  of  Oakland,  and  nearly  the  whole  of  the  present 
County  of  Alameda.  A  priest  from  the  Mission  of  San  Jose  occasionally 
made  a  visit  to  celebrate  mass  and  administer  the  sacraments,  and  even 
these  occasional  visits  had  to  be  omitted  during  the  rainy  season,  owing 
to  the  bad  roads.  The  first  church,  a  building  of  the  most  modest 
description,  was  erected  in  1853  through  the  exertions  of  a  few  of  the 
congregation,  and  for  some  time  was  the  only  Catholic  place  of  worship 
in  the  whole  of  Alameda  and  Contra  Costa  counties,  with  the  exception 
of  the  old  Mission.  Subsequent  additions,  made  by  the  Rev.  Fathers 
Croke  and  King,  increased  the  size  of  this  edifice  until  it  was  capable  of 
holding  a  congregation  of  several  hundreds,  but  this,  too,  had  become 


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entirely  inadequate  to  the  needs  of  the  population  of  Oakland,  although 
three  new  parishes  had  been  formed  in  the  county.  In  1869,  Father 
King  determined  to  erect  a  church  on  a  scale  commensurate  with  the 
promised  importance  of  this  city.  Plans  accordingly  were  prepared  for 
a  building  surpassing  in  dimensions  anything  in  the  State,  though  only 
with  the  intention  of  erecting  a  part  of  it  at  first,  a  design  which  has 
been  earned  out  in  the  present  structure.  The  foundations  were  laid  in 
that  year,  but  various  causes  retarded  any  further  progress  until  May, 
1871,  when  the  superstructure  was  commenced,  and  pushed  vigorously 
forward.  Although  not  quite  completed,  the  church  was  dedicated  on 
the  23d  of  June,  1872.  The  ceremony  of  dedication  was  performed 
by  the  Most  Rev.  Archbishop  Alemany.  The  sermon  was  preached  by 
Father  Gallagher,  to  whom,  nearly  twenty  years  before,  the  Catholics  of 
Oakland  were  in  a  great  measure  indebted  for  their  first  place  of  wor- 
ship. The  entire  cost  of  the  building  is  about  $33,000.  It  will  seat 
about  twelve  hundred  and  fifty  persons. 

Masses  on  Sundays,  at  seven,  nine,  and  half -past  ten  o'clock  a.m. 
Vespers  at  half -past  seven  o'clock  p.m.  Mass  on  week  days  at  seven 
o'clock  A.M. 

The  Sunday  school  connected  with  the  Church  was  organized  in  1853. 
It  has  an  attendance  of  three  hundred  and  forty  scholars.  The  school  for 
girls  meets  at  half -past  nine  o'clock  a.m.  Superintendent,  Rev.  Michael 
King. 

ST.   ANTHONY'S— ROMAN  CATHOLIC. 

Location,  northwest  corner  of  East  Fifteenth  Street  and  Sixteenth 
Avenue,  East  Oakland.  Rev.  John  F.  Nugent,  Pastor ;  residence, 
adjoining  the  church. 

The  lot  on  which  this  church  stands  was  purchased  by  the  parish  in 
1868,  for  the  sum  of  $700;  and  the  edifice  erected  the  same  year,  at  a  cost 
of  $1,600.  The  church  services  were  conducted  by  the  clergy  from  the 
Roman  Catholic  Church  at  Oakland,  until  November,  1871,  when  the 
Rev.  William  Gleeson  was  appointed  Pastor.  The  congregation  numbers 
about  four  hundred  and  fifty.  Mass  on  Sundays  at  forty-five  minutes 
past  ten  o'clock  a.m.;  and  on  week  days  at  seven  o'clock  a.m.  Vespers 
on  Sundays  at  half -past  seven  o'clock  p.m. 

The  Sunday  school  connected  with  the  church  has  an  attendance  of 
about  one  hundred  and  twenty-five  scholars.  Superintendent,  Rev. 
William  Gleeson. 


ASSOCIATIONS,    SOCIETIES,    ETC. 

MASONIC  FRATERNITY. 

Live  Oak  Lodge,  No.  61,  F.  and  A.  M. — Instituted  May  4,  1855. 
Number  of  members,  one  hundred  and  twenty-seven.  Stated  meetings 
first  Friday  evening  of  every  month,  and  called  meetings  Friday  even- 
ings, in  the  hall,  southwest  corner  of  Broadway  and  Eighth  streets. 

Officers. — James  Christopher  Martin,  W.  M. ;  John  C.  Irwin,  S.  W.  ; 
James  Todd  Gardiner,  J.  W. ;  Charles  W.  Reid,  Treasurer ;  James  Len- 
tell,  Secretary;  Patrick  J.  Cunningham,  S.  D. ;  John  C.  Marsh,  J.  D. ; 
Rev.  Benjamin  Akerly,  Chaplain;  D.  B.  Oakes  and  William  Kennedy, 
Stewards  ;  John  Ross,  Tyler. 

Oakland  Lodge,  No.  188,  F.  and  A.  M. — Instituted  November  4, 
1868.  Number  of  members,  one  hundred  and  seventy-four.  Stated 
meetings  first  Wednesday  evening  of  every  month,  and  called  meetings 
Saturday  evenings,  in  the  hall  southeast  corner  of  Broadway  and  Eleventh 
streets. 


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Officers.— W.  A.  Walter,  W.  M. ;  Jesse  Healy,  S.  W. ;  J.  H.  Kercheval, 
J.  W. ;  C.  B.  Rutherford,  Treasurer;  J.  E.  Ingols,  Secretary;  D.  De 
Golia,  S.  D. ;  N".  B.  Hoyt,  J.  D. ;  (vacant),  Chaplain ;  J.  Hollywood  and 
A.  S.  Baker,  Stewards ;  (vacant),  Marshal ;  A.  Whalen,  Tyler. 

B-R.noKT.vN-  Lodge,  No.  — ,  F.  and  A.  M. — Instituted  December  14, 
1872.  Number  of  members,  thirty.  Stated  meetings  first  Tuesday  even- 
ing of  every  month,  and  called  meetings  Tuesday  evenings,  in  the  I.  O. 
O.  F.  Hall,  766  East  Twelfth  Street,  Oakland. 

Officers.— J.  V.  Webster,  W.  M.;  J.  W.  Phillips,  S.  W.;  B.  M.  Atchin- 
son,  J.  W. ;  George  M.  Walker,  Treasurer ;  L.  J.  Restor,  Secretary ; 
Edward  Bangle,  S.  D. ;  Jos.  Hunt,  J.  D. ;  T.  M.  Dawson,  Chaplain;  John 
M.  Holliday  and  John  Newsom,  Stewards ;  W.  D.   Thomas,  Tyler. 

Oakland  Chapter,  No.  26,  R.  A.  M.— Instituted  May  5,  1860. 
Number  of  members,  eighty.  Stated  communications,  first  and  third 
Thursdays  of  every  month,  in  the  hall  of  Live  Oak  Lodge,  southwest 
corner  of  Broadway  and  Eighth  streets. 

Officers.— D.  W.  Pratt,  H.  P.;  W.  B.  Clayton,  K. ;  F.  H.  Brooks,  S. ; 
J.  C.  Irwin,  C.  H. ;  L.  J.  Rector,  P.  S. ;  William  Kennedy,  R.  A.  C. ;  P. 
J.  Cunningham,  G.  M.,  3d  V.;  Samuel  Hirshberg,  G.  M.,  2d  V. ;  S. 
Francis,  G.  M.,  1st  V. ;  J.  E.  Whitcher,  Treasurer;  James  Lentell,  Sec- 
retary, John  Ross,  Guard. 

Alameda  Chapter,  No.  36,  R.  A.  M. — Instituted  November  11,  1868. 
Number  of  members,  ninety.  Meets  Wednesday  evenings  in  the  hall 
southeast  corner  of  Broadway  and  Eleventh  streets. 

Officers.—  T.  J.  Arnold,  H.  P. ;  W.  J.  Gumett,  K. ;  W.  A.  Walter,  S. ; 
James  Dods,  C.  H. ;  J.  J.  Porter,  P.  S. ;  G.  Y.  Loring,  R.  A.  C. ;  A.  W. 
Collins,  G.  M.,  3d  V. ;  Jesse  Healy,  G.  M.,  2d  V.;  John  Yule,  G.  M., 
1st  V. ;  C.  H.  F.  Braun,  Treasurer ;  J.  E.  Ingols,  Secretary. 

Oak  Leaf  Chapter,  No.  8  (Adoptive  Rite  of  the  Order  of  the  Eastern 
Star). — Instituted  March  22,  1872.  Number  of  members,  fifty.  Meets 
second  and  fourth  Tuesdays  of  every  month  in  the  hall  southwest  corner 
of  Broadway  and  Eighth  streets. 

Officers.— W.  A.  Walter,  W.  P.;  Mrs.  Caroline  L.  Pierson,  W.  M.; 
Eleanor  B.  Farrington,  A.  M. ;  Susie  B.  Lentell,  Treasurer ;  John  C. 
Marsh,  Secretary;  S.  Ella  Whitcher,  Conductress;  Fannie  Wells,  Asso- 
ciate Conductress ;  Miss  Hirshberg,  Adah ;  Mrs.  S.  Hirshberg,  Ruth ; 
Sarah  A.  Howe,  Esther;  Maggie  Marsh,  Martha;  Miss  E.  J.  Ruther- 
ford, Electa. 

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Oakland  Lodge,  No.  118. — Instituted  July  5,  1864.  Number  of  mem- 
bers, two  hundred  and  twenty.  Meets  every  Tuesday  evening  in  Odd 
Follows'  Hall. 

Officers.— G.  B.  Rutherford,  N.  G.;  C.  R.  Lewis,  V.  G-;  W.  S.  Dry- 
den,  R.  S. ;  A.  J.  Schneider,  P.  S. ;  P.  Baker,  Treasurer. 

University  Lodge,  No.  144. — Instituted  June  20,  1858.  Number  of 
members  one  hundred  and  fifty.  Meets  every  Thursday  evening  in  Odd 
Fellows'  Hall. 

Officers.—  E.  J.  Webster,  N.  G. ;  John  H.  Kercheval,  V.  G.;  M.  L. 
Broadwell,  R.  S. ;  J.  W.  Wolf,  P.  S. ;  J.  R.  Capell,  Treasurer. 

Fountain  Lodge,  No.  198. — Instituted  January  10,  1872.  Number 
of  members,  one  hundred  and  twenty.  Meets  every  Monday  evening  in 
Odd  Fellows'  Hall. 

Officers. — George  E.  Bugbee,  N.  G. ;  P.  J.  Ipsen,  V.  G. ;  Jesse  Walton, 
R.  S. ;  N.  B.  Hoyt,  P.  S. ;  D.  Shakespear,  Treasurer. 

Orion  Lodge  No.  189. — Instituted  June  14,  1871.     Number  of  mem- 


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bers,  eighty-six.  Meets  every  Saturday  evening  in  Odd  Fellows'  Hall, 
766  East  Twelfth  Street,  East  Oakland. 

Officers.— J.  W.  Watson,  N.  G. ;  J.  K.  Smallman,  V.  G. ;  F.  W.  Le 
Balhster,  R.  S. ;  W.  H.  Hamilton,  P.  S. ;  H.  Leis,  Treasurer. 

Alameda  Degree  Lodge,  No.  5. — Instituted  February  13,  1869. 
Number  of  members,  about  two  hundred  and  fifty.  Meets  second  and 
fourth  Fridays  of  every  month  in  Odd  Fellows'  Hall. 

Officers.—  G.  W.  Lewis,  N.  G. ;  E.  J.  Webster,  V.  G. ;  A.  D.  Thomp- 
son, Secretary;  P.  J.  Ipsen,  Treasurer. 

Brooklyn   Rebekah    Degree   Lodge,  No.   12. — Instituted  July  8, 

1872.  Number  of  members,  fifty-four.  Meets  second  and  fourth  Mon- 
day evenings  of  every  month  in  Odd  Fellows'  Hall,  766  East  Twelfth 
Street,  East  Oakland. 

Officers.— W.  D.  Thomas,  N.  G. ;  Mrs.  J.  K.  Smallman,  V.  G. ;  Mrs. 
M.  L.  Northey,  R.  S.;  Mrs.  H.  Liese,  P.  S.;  Mrs.  W.  T.  Noyes, 
Treasurer. 

Oakland  Rebekah  Degree  Lodge,  No.  18. — Instituted  October  10, 

1873.  Number  of  members,  twenty-nine.  Meets  Monday  evenings  in 
Masonic  Hall,  corner  of  Eighth  and  Broadway. 

Officers.— W.  T.  Bellars,  N.  G. ;  Mrs.  S.  P.  Knight,  V.  G.;  Mrs.  A.  H. 
Southwick,  R.  S. ;  A.  H.   South  wick,  P.  S. ;  Mrs.  C.  Bagge,  Treasurer. 

Golden  Rlle  Encampment,  No.  34. — Instituted  March,  1870.  Num- 
ber of  members,  one  hundred  and  twenty.  Meets  first  and  third  Fridays 
of  every  month  in  Odd  Fellows'  Hall. 

Officers.—  C.  E.  Lufkin,  C.  P.;  W.  S.  Drvden,  H.  P.;  George  W. 
Lewis,  S.  W. ;  William  Clayton,  J.  W. ;  W.  T.  Bellers,  Scribe ;  Joseph 
Becht,  Treasurer. 

Odd  Fellows'  Hall  Association. — Incorporated  June,  1869.  Capital 
stock,  $16,000.     Meets  the  last  Monday  evening  of  every  month. 

During  the  latter  part  of  1859  the  association  purchased  a  lot  on  the 
northwest  corner  of  Franklin  and  Eleventh  streets  for  the  sum  of  $4,300, 
and  erected  thereon  a  building  fifty  by  eighty  feet,  and  three  stories  in 
hight,  at  a  cost,  including  furniture,  of  $16,959.  It  is  built  of  wood,  in 
a  substantial  manner,  and  well  adapted  for  the  purposes  intended.  The 
first  floor  is  fitted  up  for  stores ;  on  the  second  floor  is  the  hall  for  meet- 
ings and  the  library  room,  and  on  the  third  floor  the  chess  and  refresh- 
ment rooms. 

Officers. — C.  B.  Rutherford,  President;  O.  H.  Burnham,  Vice-Presi- 
dent ;  C.  R.  Lewis,  Secretajy ;  Joseph  Becht,  Treasurer ;  W.  L.  McKay, 
George  H.  Fogg,  and  J.  L.  Browne,  Directors. 

INDEPENDENT  ORDER  OF  GOOD  TEMPLARS. 

Athens  Lodge,  No.  286.— Instituted  September  17,  1867.  Number 
of  members,  one  hundred  and  eighty-eight.  Meets  every  Saturday  even- 
ing in  Odd  Fellows'  Hall,  corner  of  Franklin  and  Eleventh  streets. 

Officers.  — S.  P.  Scott,  P.  W.  C.  T. ;  Thomas  Bell,  W.  C.  T. ;  Miss 
Mary  Holms,  W.  V.  T.;  P.  Buchanan,  W.  S.;  C.  Little,  W.  F.  S.; 
Miss  N.  Childs,  W.  T. ;  B.  F.  Mathews,  W.  M. ;  Miss  Etta  Peckham, 
W.  I.  G. ;  E.  G.  Janes,  W.  O.  G. 

Brooklyn  Lodge,  No.  384.— Instituted  April  23,  1870.  Number  of 
members,  ninety-seven.  Meets  every  Thursday  evening,  in  Odd  Fellows' 
Hall,  766  East  Twelfth  Street,  East  Oakland. 

Oncers. —P.  H.  McGrew,  P.  W.  C.  T.;  George  L.  Lynde,  W.  C.  T.; 
Mrs.  B.  Caverlv,  W.  V.  T. ;  Thomas  Le  Ballister,  W.  S. ;  W.  C.  White,  W. 
F.  S. ;  Mrs.  P.  H.  McGrew,  W.  T. ;  Orrin  Caverly,  W.  M. ;  Miss  Hannah 
Schimmelpfennig,  W.  D.  M. ;  Mrs.  C.  A.  Post,  W.  I.  G. ;  John  Shep- 
herd, W.  O.  G. 


The  best  ice  cream  freezers  for  sale  at  GORDON'S,  469  Ninth  Street. 


0.  F.  S— Oakland  Feed  Store,  416  Ninth  St.  near  Broadway— 0.  F.  S. 


SOCIETIES. 


INDEPENDENT  ORDER  OF  RED  MEN. 

Alameda  Stamm,  No.  113. — Instituted  October  1,  1867.  Number  of 
members,  fifty-one.     Meets  every  M<  >nday  evening  in  Pythian  Hall. 

Officers. — A.  Westennan,  O.  Ch. ;  George  Jorwarth,  U.  Ch. ;  R.  Walter, 
B.  C. ;  Richard  E.  Harmon,  R.  S.  and  F.  S. ;  E.  Gardanowsky,  Chaplain ; 
David  Vogt,  Treasurer. 

IMPROVED  ORDER  OF  RED  MEN. 

Cherokee  Tribe,  No.  27. — Instituted  1869,  re-organized  August  14, 
1874.     Number  of  members,  thirty-two.     Meets  every  Friday  evening    !  cj 
in  Pythian  Hall.  bd 

Officers.— John  McDonald,  W.  P. ;  John  Orr,  W.  S. ;  A.  T.  Hiler,  S.  S. ;    j 
Robert  Hughes,  J.  S. ;  J.  T.  Ross,  C.  R. ;  Win.  T.  Myles,  K.  W. 


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Live  Oak  Lodge,  No.  17. — Organized  August  12,  1870.     Number  of      H 
members,  eighty-seven.     Meets  every  Wednesday  evening  in  Pythian 
Hall.  W 

Officers.—  Adam  Follrath,  P.  C;  C.  F.  Harrington,  C.  C. ;  J.  H.  Dow- 
ney, V.  C. ;  George  Lewis,  P. ;  D.  B.  Bankhead,  K.  R.  S. ;  S.  Steven- 
son, M.  F. ;  Robert  Swarbrick,  M.  E. ;  S.  Osbourne,  M.  A. ;  Richard 
Myles,  W.  I.  G. ;  John  C.  Orr,  W.  O.  G. 

UNITED  ANCIENT  ORDER  OF  DRUIDS.  |  jL 

Oakland  Grove,  No.  24. — Instituted  June  1,  1873.  Meets  every 
Wednesday  evening  in  the  hall  of  Live  Oak  Lodge,  F.  and  A.  M.,  south- 
west corner  Broadway  and  Eighth  streets. 

Officers. — J.  C.  Olsen,  N.  A.;  William  Sagehorn,  Y.  A.;  Daniel  Sies- 
buttell,  R.  S. ;  A.  Dulion,  Treasurer ;  William  Kohler,  I.  G. 

ANCIENT  ORDER  OF  HIBERNIANS. 

Division,  No.  1. — Organized  June,  1871.  Number  of  members,  one 
hundred  and  eighty.  Meets  the  third  Thursday  of  every  month  at 
Hibernia  Hall,  east  side  of  Broadway  between  Third  and  Fourth. 

Officers. — Dennis  Holland,  President;  P.  Mullan,  Yice-President ;  J 
O'Brien,  C.  S. ;  Eugene  Lynch,  F.  S. ;  James  McElroy,  Treasurer;  S.  D. 
Cronin,  County  Delegate. 

Division,  No.  2. — Organized  June,  1873.  Number  of  members,  thirty. 
Meets  the  second  and  last  Tuesdays  of  every  month  at  Hibemia  Hall. 

Officers.  Thomas  O'Neil,  President ;  Thomas  Kiley,  Yice-President ; 
John  Fitzsimmons,  C.  S. ;  J.  K.  Martin,  F.  S. ;  P.  McQuaid,  Treasurer ; 
S.  D.  Cronin,  County  Delegate. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Alameda  County  Medical  Association.—  Organized  October  25, 
1869.  Incorporated  January  9,  1871.  Number  of  active  members, 
twenty-three ;  honorary,  four ;  non-resident,  nine.  Meets  the  first  Mon- 
day in  every  month,  at  eight  o'clock  p.m.,  in  the  office  of  the  Board  of 
Health,  City  Hall.  Semi-annual  meetings  held  the  first  Mondays  in 
January  and  July.  The  objects  of  the  association  are:  first,  the  cul- 
tivation and  advancement  of  the  science  of  medicine  by  united  exertions 
for  mutual  improvement  and  contributions  to  medical  literature  ;  second, 
The  promotion  of  the  character,  interests,  and  honor  of  the  fraternity, 
by  maintaining  the  union  and  harmony  of  the  regular  profession  of  the 


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county,  and  aiming  to  elevate  the  standard  of  medical  education ;  third, 
The  separation  of  regular  from  irregular  practitioners ;  fourth,  the  asso- 
association  of  the  profession  proper,  for  purposes  of  mutual  recognition 
and  fellowship. 

Officers.— E.  Trenor,  M.D.,  President;  E.  L.  Jones,  M. D. ,  Vice-Presi- 
dent; Charles  S.  Kittredge,  M.D..  Secretary;  M.  W.  Fish,  M.D.,  Treas- 
urer and  Librarian ;  C.  H.  Allen,  M.  D.,  T.  H.  Pinkerton,  M.D.,  and 
H.  P.  Babcock,  M.D.,  Censors. 

DURANT  RHETORICAL  SOCIETY. 

Organized  by  the  first  Freshman  Class  of  the  College  of  California  in 
1860.  Number  of  active  members,  thirty-five.  Meets  every  Tuesday 
evening,  at  eight  o'clock,  in  its  rooms  in  the  University  building.  All 
regular  members  of  the  University  are  eligible  to  membership,  and  all 
the  offices  are  open  to  them,  except  those  of  the  President,  Vice-Presi- 
dent, Chief  and  First  Assistant  Editors,  to  which  positions  only  Seniors 
and  Juniors  can  be  elected.  The  exercises  are  of  a  literary  character, 
consisting  of  select  readings,  reading  of  the  manuscript  Echo,  and  debates 
on  the  various  questions  of  the  day,  as  well  as  on  general  scientific  and 
literary  subjects.  The  society  assists  in  publishing  a  monthly  paper, 
called  the  Berkeleyan,  devoted  to  science,  literature,  and  also  to  California 
and  University  interests. 

Officers. — Geo.  T.  Wright,  President;  Frank  Denman,  Vice-President; 
E.  C.  Conroy,  Recording  Secretary;  W.  M.  Van  Dyke,  Treasurer;  C.  B. 
Overacker,  First  Editor;  Ed.  A.  Rix,  Second  Editor;  D.  B.  Fairbanks, 
First  Business  Manager ;  P.  T.  Riley,  Second  Business  Manager ;  J.  B. 
Mailliard,  Corresponding  Secretary;  F.  G.  Easterby,  Editor  of  Manu- 
script, Echo. 

HEBREW   BENEVOLENT    SOCIETY. 

Organized  October  5,  1862.  Number  of  members,  twenty-one.  Meets 
first  Sunday  of  every  month.  The  society  owns  a  tract  of  land  in  the 
Mountain  View  Cemetery,  and  during  the  past  year  have  expended 
about  $200  in  improving  it. 

Officers. — I.  Marcus,  President ;  A.  Barrett,  Vice-President ;  I.  Alex- 
ander, Treasurer ;  D.  S.  Hirshberg,  Secretary ;  S.  Hirshberg,  Lewis 
Greenbaum,  and  Henry  Ash,  Trustees. 

LADIES'  RELIEF    SOCIETY. 

Organized  November  9,  1871.  Incorporated  June  12,  1872.  Meets 
first  Thursday  of  every  month,  in  the  Chapel  of  the  First  Congregational 
Church.     Annual  meeting  second  Thursday  in  November. 

Soon  after  the  news  of  the  destruction  of  Chicago  by  fire  reached 
Oakland,  several  benevolent  ladies  of  the  city  met  and  organized  a  sewing 
society,  for  the  relief  of  the  sufferers.  After  this  object  was  accomplished 
they  concluded  to  organize  under  the  name  of  the  Ladies'  Relief  Society, 
for  the  purpose  of  aiding  the  destitute  of  their  own  city,  especially 
women  and  children,  and  also  to  provide  a  home  for  aged  females. 

During  the  year  1871,  Elijah  Bigelow,  Esq.,  donated  to  the  society  a 
lot  on  Franklin  Street,  between  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth,  valued  at 
$7,000,  which  he  subsequently  exchanged  for  three  and  a  half  acres  of 
land  near  Temescal  Creek  and  directly  on  the  line  of  the  Berkeley  Rail- 
road. From  the  proceeds  of  a  fan-  held  under  the  auspices  of  the  asso- 
ciation and  contributions,  they  collected  a  building  fund  of  $3,500,  which 
together  with  the  exchange  of  the  three  and  a  half  acres,  they  purchased 
ten  acres  of  land  and  a  building  thereon  on  Linden  Street  near  new 
Broadway,  known  as  the  Beckwith  property.     This  is  beautifully  located, 


Try  GORDON'S  ice  cream,  it  is  the  best  and  cheapest.   169  Ninth  St. 


0.  F.  S—  Oil-cake  meal  and  ground  barl'y,  416  Ninth  nr  Bdwy— 0.  F.  S. 


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with  plenty  of  land  and  a  large  orchard  affording  every  facility  for  the 
care  and  comfort  of  the  inmates.     There  are  at  present  thirty  inmates. 

The  society  is  governed  by  a  Board  of  Managers,  consisting  of  twenty- 
four  ladies. 

Officers.—  Mrs.  C.  T.  H.  Palmer,  President  ;  Mrs.  George  C.  Potter, 
Vice-President ;  Mrs.  W.  G.  Henshaw,  Recording  Secretary  ;  Mrs.  F.  E. 
Weston,  Corresponding  Secretary  ;  Mrs.  J.  I.  Spear,  Treasurer  ;  Mrs. 
Perkins,  Matron  of  the  Home. 

OAKLAND    BENEVOLENT    SOCIETY. 

Organized  June  7,  1869.  The  objects  of  this  society  are  to  relieve  the 
sick  and  destitute,  and  to  secure  employment  for  the  unemployed.  All 
who  become  subscribers  are  members,  and  are  entitled  to  refer  applicants 
to  the  Treasurer  for  relief.  Assistance  is  rendered  not  only  with  great 
caution,  but  with  great  secrecy  and  delicacy,  when  necessary.  No  degra- 
dation consequently  will  follow  such  relief,  nor  will  it  be  the  means  of 
undermining  one  right  principle,  or  of  enfeebling  one  well  directed  impulse. 
The  annual  meeting  is  held  on  the  first  Monday  of  June,  at  which  time 
an  Executive  Committee,  consisting  of  fifteen  gentlemen  and  fifteen  ladies, 
is  elected,  who  hold  office  for  the  term  of  one  year.  Quarterly  meetings 
of  the  Executive  Committee  are  held  on  the  second  Monday  of  June, 
September,  December,  and  March,  at  which  the  Board  of  Trustees  is 
required  to  make  a  full  and  detailed  report  of  the  condition  and  all  the 
transactions  of  the  society  during  the  preceding  quarter. 

Officers. — G.  W.  Amies,  President  ;  F.  S.  Page,  Treasurer  ;  W.  H. 
Jordan,  Secretary  ;    I.  W.  Knox,  G.  W.  Armes,  and  N.  W.   Spaulding, 

OAKLAND    HARMONIC    SOCIETY. 

Organized  March  1,  1870.  Number  of  members  seventy-five.  Re- 
hearsals every  Tuesday  evening  in  the  chapel  of  the  First  Congregational 
Church,  northeast  corner  of  Washington  and  Tenth  streets.  Objects  : 
To  promote  the  interest  of  musical  science  by  holding  meetings  for 
practice  in  choral  music. 

Officers. — G.  H.  Collins,  President  ;  C.  L.  Crabtree,  Vice-President ; 
W.  H.  Craig,  Secretary ;  J.  T.  Coe,  Treasurer  ;  G.  S.  Needham,  Libra- 
rian ;  John  T.  Morgan,  Musical  Director. 

OAKLAND    TURN   VEREIN. 

Organized  February  13,  1866.  In  1869  the  society  purchased  a  lot  and 
building  on  the  south  side  of  Ninth  Street,  between  Clay  and  Washing- 
ton, and  fitted  up  the  hall  which  they  now  occupy.  The  number  of 
members  at  present  is  about  sixty.  There  also  exists  in  connection  with 
the  Verein  a  school  for  boys,  numbering  twenty-four  pupils.  Regular 
meetings  are  held  the  first  and  third  Wednesday  of  every  month.  Meet- 
ings for  exercise  every  Tuesday  and  Friday  evenings  at  eight  o'clock. 

Officers. — Richard  E.  Harmon,  President ;  L.  Von  Adelung,  Vice- 
President  ;  W.  Haase,  Recording  Secretary  ;  Henry  Sohst,  Treasurer  ; 
Henry  Heyer,  Assistant  Treasurer  ;  H.  Heitman,  First  Leader ;  A. 
Heinze,  Second  Leader ;  Gotlieb  Koch,  Steward  and  Librarian  ;  E. 
Muller,  Charles  Reier,  and  Justus  Held,  Trustees  ;  Richard  E.  Harmon 
and  Henry  Sohst,  Delegates  to  the  North  American  Turner's  Union. 

ST.   JOSEPH'S  BENEVOLENT  SOCIETY. 

Organized  July  14,  1867.  Number  of  members,  fifty-five.  Meets  the 
third  Sunday  of  every  month,  in  the  school-room  connected  with  the 
Roman  Catholic  Church,  on  the  northwest  corner  of  Eighth  and  Jefferson 


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streets.  Objects :  To  assist  each  other  in  time  of  sickness,  bury  deceased 
members,  and  aid  their  families.  Sick  members  are  entitled  to  thirty 
dollars  per  month  and  attendance  by  the  physician  of  the  society.  On 
the  death  of  a  member,  fifty  dollars  are  given  to  defray  the  funeral  ex- 
penses, and  fifty  dollars  to  the  wife  of  the  deceased,  and  if  any  family 
fifty  dollars  more. 

Officers.  — Owen  Lafferty,  President ;  John  Carey,  Vice-President ; 
William  F.  Sullivan,  Secretary  ;  M.  J.  Ryan,  Treasurer  ;  Rev.  Lawrence 
Serda,  Chaplain  ;  Elliott  H.  Woolsey,  M.D.,  Physician. 

MILITARY. 

Oakland  Guard. — Company  A  (unattached).  Organized  June  29, 
1861.     Number  of  members,  eighty.     Armory,  804  Broadway. 

Officers. — Horace  D.  Ranlett,  Captain  ;  Henry  Maloon,  First  Lieuten- 
ant ;  D.  B.  Bankhead,  Second  Lieutenant ;  Oscar  Sarpy,  First  Sergeant ; 
David  Hirshberg,  Secretary  ;  David  B.  Bankhead,  Treasurer. 


INCORPORATED    COMPANIES. 

Alameda  Macadamizing  Company. — Incorporated  April,  1874.  Cap- 
ital stock,  $40,000.     Office,  954  Broadway. 

Officers. — F.  E.  Weston,  President;  Henry  Evers,  Secretary;  Walter 
Blair,  Treasurer;  C.  D.  Bates,  Superintendent;  F.  E.  Weston,  Henry 
Evers,  Walter  Blair,  C.  D.  Bates,  and  H.  S.  Slicer,  Directors. 

Alameda,  Oakland,  and  Piedmont  Railroad  Company. — Incor- 
porated January,  1873.     Capital  stock,  $100,000.     Office,  954  Broadway. 

Officers.  — Walter  Blair,  President ;  Louis  Fassking,  Vice-President ; 
Theodore  Metz,  Treasurer ;  T.  S.  Fitch,  Secretary. 

Brooklyn  and  Fruit  Vale  Railroad  Company.  —  Incorporated 
May,  1875.     Capital  stock,  $20,000.     Office,  460  Eighth  Street. 

Officers. — C.  T.  Hopkins,  President;  E.  C.  Sessions,  Secretary. 

Building  and  Loan  Association.  — Incorporated  July  13,  1875. 
Capital  stock,  $500,000. 

Officers. — C.  W.  Armes,  President;  O.  H.  Burnham,  Vice-President; 
F.  S.  Page,  Secretary;  G.  M.  Fisher,  Treasurer. 

California  Bridge  and  Building  Company. — Incorporated  March  4, 

1874.  Capital  stock,  $10,000.     Office,  921  Broadway. 

Officers.— A.  W.  Burrill,  President;  J.  C.  Cotton,  Secretary;  F.  E. 
Cotton,  Superintendent. 

Contra  Costa  Water  Company. — Organized  1865.  Capital  stock, 
$1,500,000.     Office,  458  Eighth  Street. 

Officers. — Anton  Chabot,  President;  C.  Brier,  Cashier;  William  H. 
Mead  (office,  728  Montgomery  Street,  San  Francisco),  Secretary. 

Fifty  Associates.  — Incorporated  June  22,  1869.  Capital  stock, 
$250,000.     Office,  460  Eighth  Street. 

Officers. — G.  W.  Armes,  President;  Levi  Stevens,  Vice-President;  E. 
C.  Sessions,  Secretary  and  Treasurer. 

First  National  Gold  Bank  of   Oakland. — Incorporated  April  10, 

1875.  Capital  stock,  $1,000,000.     Office,  969  Broadway. 

Officers. — B.  F.  Ferris,  President;  Elijah  Case,  Vice-President;  G. 
M.  Fisher,  Cashier. 

Home  Security  Building  and  Loan  Association. — Incorporated 
July  23,  1875.     Capital  stock,  $250,000.     Office,  1004  Broadway. 

Officers. — Mack  Webber,  President;  H.  W.  George,  Vice-President; 
George  George,  Secretary. 


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0. F. S—  Hay,  ground  feed,  and  grain,  416  Ninth  near  Bdwy— 0. F. S. 


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Mountain  View  Cemetery  Association. — Organized  December  26, 
1863.     Office,  southwest  corner  of  Broadway  and  Tenth  streets. 

Officers. — J.  S.  Emery,  President;  Alexander  Campbell,  Vice-President; 
E.  E.  Collins,  Secretary;  E.  P.  Sanford,  Treasurer;  Wilham  Collins, 
Superintendent. 

Oakland  Bank  of  Savings. — Incorporated  August  13,  1867.  Capital 
stock,  $1,000,000.     Office,  915  Broadway. 

Officers.— P.  S.  Wilcox,  President;  T.  B.  Bigelow,  Vice-President ;  F. 
W.  Gill,  Cashier ;  P.  S.  Wilcox,  Walter  Blair,  F.  Delger,  C.  W.  Reid, 
T.  B.  Bigelow,  Michael  Reese,  Thomas  Yolland,  S.  E.  Alden,  and  William 
E.  Miller,  Directors. 

Oakland,  Brooklyn,  and  Fruit  Vale  Railroad  Company. — Incor- 
porated 1870.  Capital  stock,  $100,000.  Office,  east  side  of  Sixth  Avenue 
near  East  Twelfth  Street. 

Officers. — Hiram  Tubbs,  President ;  W.  W.  Crane,  Jr.,  Vice-President ; 
C.  W.  Howard,  Treasurer ;  W.  C.  Mason,  Secretary. 

Oakland  Gas  Light  Company. — Incorporated  1866.  Office,  467  Sec- 
ond between  Broadway  and  Washington  Street. 

Officers. — H.  H.  Haight,  President;  J.  West  Martin,  Vice-President; 
Joseph  G.  Eastland,  Secretary ;  Van  Leer  Eastland,  Superintendent. 

Oakland  Paving  Company. — Incorporated  March  26,  1870.  Office, 
southeast  corner  of  Broadway  and  Ninth  Street. 

Officers.— O.  T.  H.  Palmer,  President  and  Treasurer;  C.  T.  Blake, 
Secretary;  M.  H.  Eastman,  Superintendent. 

Oakland  Railroad  Company. — Incorporated  December,  1864.  Capital 
stock,  $50,000.     Office,  Wilcox  Block,  921  Broadway. 

Officers. — J.  S.  Emery,  President;  Abner  Doble,  Vice-President;  I. 
W.  Knox,  Treasurer;  G.  Y.  Loring,  Secretary. 

The  Central  Land  Company.- — Incorporated  September  9,  1869. 
Capital  stock,  $160,000.  Office,  northeast  corner  Broadway  and  Ninth 
streets ;  entrance,  954  Broadway  (second  story).  A  land  and  building 
association  designed  to  improve  the  tract  of  land  belonging  to  the  com- 
pany, and  to  furnish  homes  on  the  installment  plan. 

Officers. — Edward  McLean,  President;  C.  T.  H.  Palmer,  Vice-Presi- 
dent ;  F.  B.  Haswell,  Secretary  and  Treasurer. 

The  Pacific  Seventh  Day  Adventist  Publishing  Association. — 
Incorporated  April  5,  1875.  Capital  stock,  $28,000.  Office,  Castro 
between  Eleventh  and  Twelfth  streets. 

Officers. — Eld.  J.  N.  Loughborough,  President ;  A.  M.  Driscall,  Secre- 
tary; L.  M.  Hall,  Treasurer. 

The  Real  Estate  Union.— Incorporated  November  12, 1874.  Capital 
stock  (authorized),  $400,000.     Office,  1003  Broadway. 

Officers. — Horace  D.  Ranlett,  President;  J.  V.  B.  Goodrich,  Vice- 
President  ;  William  H.  Jordan,  Secretary  and  Manager ;  Galen  M.  Fisher, 
Treasurer;  H.  D.  Ranlett,  J.  V.  B.  Goodrich,  William  H.  Jordan,  A. 
W.  Burrell,  C.  H.  Gorrill,  Directors. 

Union  National  Gold  Bank. — Incorporated  May  26,  1865.  Capital, 
stock,  $100,000.     Office,  Union  Bank  Building. 

Officers. — A.  C.  Henry,  President;  H.  A.  Palmer,  Cashier;  A.  C. 
Henry,  J.  West  Martin,  D.  Henshaw  Ward,  R.  W.  Kirkham,  and  H.  A. 
Palmer,  Board  of  Directors. 

Union  Savings  Bank. — Incorporated  May  26,  1869.  Capital  stock, 
$1,500,000.     Office,  southeast  corner  of  Broadway  and  Ninth  streets. 

Officers. — J.  West  Martin,  President;  H.   A.  Palmer,  Treasurer;  A. 
C.   Henry,  J.  West  Martin,  John  C.   Hayes,  W.  Meek,  E.  A.  Haines, 
Samuel  Woods,  C.  W.  Howard,  Hiram  Tubbs,  H.  H.  Haight,  D.   Hen- 
shaw Ward,  S.  Huff,  W.  W.  Crane,  Jr.,  R.  W.  Kirkham,  R.  S.  Farrelly, 
i    J.  Mora  Moss,  and  H.  A.  Palmer,  Directors. 


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OAKLAND       DIRECTORY. 


PUBLIC    BUILDINGS    AND    OFFICES. 

Board  of  Education  meets  at  Council  Chamber,  City  Hall. 

Board  of  Education,  Clerk  of,  2  City  Hall. 

Board  of  Health,  basement  of  City  Hall. 

Chief  Engineer  Fire  Department,  1011  Broadway. 

City  Assessor,  1  City  Hall. 

City  Attorney,  9  City  Hall. 

City  Clerk,  4  City  Hall. 

City  Council  Chambers,  3  City  Hall. 

City  Dispensary,  basement  City  Hall. 

City  Engineer,  10  City  Hall. 

City  Hall,  north  side  of  Fourteenth  Street  junction  of  San  Pablo  Avenue. 

City  Marshal,  5  City  Hall. 

City  Pound,  corner  Twenty-eighth  and  Adeline. 

City  Prison,  basement  City  Hall. 

City  Tax  Collector,  5  City  Hall. 

City  Treasurer,  4  City  Hall. 

County  Assessor  Township  Oakland,  462  Ninth. 

County  Auditor,  County  Court  House. 

County  Clerk,  County  Court  House. 

County  Coroner,  914  Broadway. 

County  Court  House,  west  side  of  Broadway  bet  Fourth  and  Fifth. 

County  Recorder,  County  Court  House. 

County  Sheriff,  County  Court  House. 

County  Surveyor,  County  Court  House. 

County  Tax  Collector,  County  Court  House. 

County  Treasurer,  County  Court  House. 

District  Attorney,  County  Court  House. 

Fire  Department  Commissioners,  City  Hall. 

Hall  of  Records,  County  Court  House. 

Health  Officer,  basement  City  Hall. 

Judge  County  Court,  County  Court  House. 

Judge  Police  Court,  8  City  Hall. 

Judge  Probate  Court,  County  Court  House. 

Judge  Third  District  Court,  1004  Broadway. 

Justices  of  the  Peace,  814  Broadway  and  northwest  corner  of  Eleventh 

and  Franklin. 
Mayor,  6  City  Hall. 
Police,  Captain  of,  basement  City  Hall. 
Police  Commissioners,  City  Hall. 
Police  Court,  7  City  Hall. 
Police  Court,  Clerk  of,  8  City  Hall. 
Police  Office,  City  Hall. 
Public  Administrator,  County  Court  House. 
Superintendent  Common  Schools,  County,  County  Court  House. 
Superintendent  Public  Schools,  City,  2  City  Hall. 


BUILDINGS,   BLOCKS,   AND    HALLS. 

Academy  of  Music,  south  side  of  Sixth  between  "Washington  and  Broad- 
way. 

Allyn's  Building,  west  side  of  Broadway  between  Eighth  and  Ninth. 

Bamber  &  Co.'s  Express  Building,  south  side  of  Seventh  between  Wash- 
ington and  Broadway. 

GORDON'S  Ice  Cream  Manufactory,  469  Ninth  Street,  Oakland. 


0.  P.  S .—  Eztra  family  and  Graham  flour,  416  Ninth  nr  Bdwy— 0.  F.  S. 


PLACES      OF      AMUSEMENT.  73 

Bartlett's  Building,  south  side  of  Seventh  between  Washington  and 
Broadway. 

Benitz  Block,  northeast  corner  of  Broadway  and  Tenth. 

Blake  &  Moffit's  Building,  northeast  corner  of  Broadway  and  Ninth. 

Boardtnan's  Block,  northwest  corner  of  Broadway  and  Twelfth. 

Broadway  Block,  west  side  of  Broadway  between  Eleventh  and  Twelfth. 

Broadway  Hall,  1055  Broadway. 

Brooklyn  Hall,  northeast  corner  of  Thirteenth  Av.  and  East  Eleventh. 

Canning  Block,  southwest  corner  of  Broadway  and  Thirteenth. 

Church  Block,  west  side  of  Broadway  between  Tenth  and  Eleventh. 

City  Market  Building,  between  Broadway  and  Franklin,  extending  from 
Eleventh  to  Twelfth. 

Cosmopolitan  Hotel  Building,  northwest  corner  of  Broadway  and  Sev- 
enth. 

Delger's,  or  Post-office  Block,  west  side  of  Broadway  between  Ninth  and 
Tenth. 

Dietz  Hall,  north  side  of  Twelfth  between  Webster  and  Harrison. 

Hibernian  Hall,  east  side  of  Broadway  between  Third  and  Fourth. 

Howard's  Hall,  north  side  of  East  Twelfth  Street  between  Twelfth  and 
Thirteenth  avs. 

James'  Block,  north  side  of  Railroad  Avenue  between  Pine  and  Wood. 

Masonic  Halls,  southwest  corner  of  Broadway  and  Eighth,  and  northwest 
corner  of  Broadway  and  Eleventh. 

Oakland  Library  Building,  northeast  corner  of  Washington  and  Four- 
teenth. 

Oakland  Real  Estate  Associates'  Block,  north  side  of  Eighth  between 
Washington  and  Broadway. 

Odd  Fellows'  Halls,  northwest  corner  of  Franklin  and  Eleventh,  and 
north  side  of  East  Twelfth  between  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth  avenues. 

Pelouze  Hall,  southeast  corner  of  Railroad  Avenue  and  Pine  Street. 

Plummer's  Block,  south  side  of  East  Twelfth  Street  between  Thirteenth 
and  Fourteenth  avenues. 

Pythian  Hall,  1058  Broadway. 

Remillard's  Building,  east  side  of  Broadway  near  Twelfth. 

Session's  Block,  southeast  corner  of  Broadway  and  Twelfth. 

Shattuck  &  Hillegass  Building,  west  side  of  Broadway  near  Seventh. 

Shattuck's  Building,  southwest  corner  of  Broadway  and  Eighth. 

Stanford  Hall,  northeast  corner  of  Railroad  Avenue  and  Wood  Street. 

Turn  Verein  Hall,  south  side  of  Ninth  between  Clay  and  Washington. 

Union  Bank  Building,  southeast  corner  of  Broadway  and  Ninth. 

Washington  Hall,  southeast  corner  of  East  Twelfth  Street  and  Sixth  Av. 

Wilcox  Block,  southwest  corner  of  Broadway  and  Ninth. 

PLACES    OF    AMUSEMENT. 

Academy  of  Music,  south  side  of  Sixth  between  Washington  and  Broad- 
way. 
Dietz  Hall,  north  side  of  Twelfth  between  Webster  and  Harrison. 
Grand  Central  Park,  between  East  Tenth,  Seventh,  and  Eighth  avenues. 
Humboldt  Park,  Temescal,  near  the  terminus  of  the  Oakland  Railroad. 
Zimmerman's  Gardens,  northeast  corner  of  Second  and  Harrison. 

WHARVES. 

Broadway,  foot  of  Broadway. 

City,  foot  of  Webster. 

Larue's,  foot  of  Fourteenth  Avenue. 

Oakland  Ferry,  foot  of  Railroad  Avenue,  Oakland  Point. 

Washington  Street,  foot  of  Washington. 


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74  OAKLAND      DIRECTORY. 

RAILROADS. 

Central  Pacific — Overland  and  accommodation  trains  for  San  Jose*, 
Sacramento,  Stockton,  and  Marysville — from  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf; 
City  Station,  foot  of  Market  Street. 

Central  Pacific — Local  trains  from  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf  to  East  Oak- 
land. Stations  :  Oakland  Point,  Center  Street,  Adeline  Street, 
Market  Street,  Broadway,  Oak  Street,  Clinton,  and  East  Oakland. 
To  Alameda,  same  stations  to  Broadway,  thence  to  Alameda. 

Alameda  and  Piedmont  (Horse  Cars) — From  foot  of  Webster  Street  to 
Alameda. 

Brooklyn  and  Fruit  Vale  (Horse  Cars) — From  foot  of  Thirteenth  Av- 
enue to  Fruit  Vale  Avenue. 

Oakland  (Horse  Cars) — From  foot  of  Broadway  to  Telegraph  Avenue, 
thence  to  Berkeley,  and  from  the  corner  of  Broadway  and  Seventh  to 
San  Pablo  Avenue,  thence  to  a  point  opposite  Oakland  Trotting  Park. 

Oakland,  Brooklyn,  and  Fruit  Vale  (Horse  Cars) — From  Broadway 
Station  to  Twelfth  Street,  thence  to  the  corner  of  East  Twelfth  and 
Thirteenth  Avenue,  East  Oakland. 

FERRIES. 

Oakland  and  San  Francisco — Steamers  Oakland,  El  Capitan,  and  Ala- 
meda, from  Ferry  Wharf,  Oakland  Point,  and  steamer  Louise — 
freight  line — from  foot  of  Broadway. 

STAGE    LINE. 

Mount  Diablo — Downing  &  Johnson,  proprietors ;  office,  east  side  of 
Broadway  near  Fifth. 

EXPRESSES. 

Dime — Oakland ;  office  952  Broadway. 

People's — Oakland,  Alameda,  and  San  Francisco ;  office,  857  Broadway. 

Spencer's — Oakland  and  San  Francisco;  office  with  T.  R.  Burns,  SW 

cor  Seventh  and  Broadway. 
Wells,  Fargo  &  Co.  's — To  all  parts  of  the  Pacific  Coast,  Eastern  States, 

and  Europe.     R.  C.  Gaskill,  agent ;  office,  917  Broadway. 
Whitney  &  Co.'s — San  Francisco,  Alameda,  Marin,  and  Contra  Costa 

counties  ;    offices,    855   Broadway,    and   southeast   corner   of   East 

Twelfth  Street  and  Thirteenth  Avenue,  East  Oakland. 
Wingate's — Oakland  and  San  Francisco.     Office,  909  Broadway. 

PROMINENT   PLACES. 

Berkeley,  four  miles  north  of  City  Hall. 

Fruit  Vale,  two  and  a  half  miles  east  of  City  Hall. 

Gibbon's  Point,  now  Oakland  Point. 

Lake  Merritt,  three  quarters  of  a  mile  east  of  City  Hall. 

Lake  Park,  two  and  a  half  miles  northeast  of  City  Hall. 

Lake  Side,  near  northern  shore  of  Lake  Merritt,  two  miles  northeast  of 

City  Hall. 
Mountain  View  Cemetery,  east  of  Broadway  Avenue,  two  and  a  half  miles 

from  City  Hall. 
Oakland  Point,  western  portion  of  the  city  fronting  the  bay. 
Oakland  Trotting  Park,  San  Pablo  Avenue  near  the  terminus  of  the 

San  Pablo  Avenue  Railroad. 
Piedmont  Springs,  three  miles  northeast  of  City  Hall. 
San  Antonio  Creek,  between  Oakland  and  Alameda,  emptying  into  the  bay. 
Temescal,  two  and  a  quarter  miles  north  of  the  City  Hall. 


GORDON'S  ice  wagons  supply  families  in  Oakland  and  Alameda. 


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STREETS,  AVENUES,  AND  SQUARES 

OF    THE 

CITY   OF   OAKLAND. 


IN  ACCORDANCE  WITH  THE  LATEST  OFFICIAL  SURVEYS. 


£2T  The  names  of  the  following1  streets  and  avenues  in  East  Oakland  have  been  changed 
by  an  ordinance  of  the  City  Council : 

Streets— East  Eighth,  formerly  McLemore  ;  East  Ninth,  Jefferson  ;  East  Tenth,  Franklin  ; 
East  Eleventh,  Jackson  ;  East  Twelfth,  Washington;  East  Fourteenth,  Adams;  East  Fifteenth, 
Madison ;  East  Sixteenth,  Monroe ;  East  Seventeenth,  Harrison ;  East  Eighteenth,  Webster ; 
East  Nineteenth,  Lacey  and  Quincy ;  East  Twentieth,  Humbert;  East  Twenty-first,  Hepburn; 
East  Twenty-second,  Saunders ;  East  Twenty-third,  Sullivan;  East  Twenty-fourth,  Abel ;  East 
Twenty-fifth,  Charter;  East  Twenty-sixth,  Stratton  ;  East  Twenty-seventh,  Huff;  East  Twenty- 
eighth,  Charles ;  East  Twenty-ninth,  Henry ;  East  Thirtieth,  Edward ;  East  Thirty-first,  Lin- 
coln; East  Thirty-second,  Montgomery. 

Avenues — First  Avenue,  formerly  Bridge ;  Second  Avenue,  Lake ;  Third  Avenue,  Chase ; 
Fourth  Avenue,  Patten ;  Fifth  Avenue,  Strode ;  Sixth  Avenue,  Jones ;  Seventh  Avenue, 
Benton ;  Eighth  Avenue,  Fremont ;  Ninth  Avenue,  Clay ;  Tenth  Avenue,  Taylor ;  Eleventh 
Avenue,  Pierce ;  Twelfth  Avenue,  Polk ;  Thirteenth  Avenue,  Walker;  Fourteenth  Avenue, 
Commerce;  Fifteenth  Avenue,  Arroyo;  Sixteenth  Avenue,  Larue;  Seventeenth  Avenue, 
Broadway ;  Eighteenth  Avenue,  Friedman  ;  Nineteenth  Avenue,  Antonio ;  Twentieth  Avenue, 
Contra  Costa ;  Twenty-first  Avenue,  Alameda ;  Twenty-second  Avenue,  Peralta. 


A,  W  s  Peralta,  bet  Twenty-eighth  and  B,  SW  to  Beach. 
Adams,  NE  s  Lake  Shore  Av,  NE  to  Alta  Av. 

Adams   Avenue,   from  junction  East  Fourteenth  and  Park  Av,  SE  to 

Fruit  Vale. 
Adeline,  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Magnolia  and  Chestnut,  NE  to  charter 

limits. 
Albion,  W  s  Telegraph  Av,  bet  Knox  and  Caledonia  Av,  W  to  Grove. 
Alden,  E  s  San  Pablo  Av,   bet  Campbell  and  Wallace,  E  to  Telegraph 

Av. 
Alice,  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Harrison  and  Jackson,  NE  to  Fourteenth. 
Alta,  NW  s  Crescent  Av,  N  to  Adams. 
Andover,  N  s  College  Av,  E  of  Elm,  N  to  Eden. 
Atlantic,  W  s  Peralta,  bet  West  Third  and  William,  W  to  West  Front. 

B,  W  s  Peralta,  bet  A  and  C,  SW  to  Beach. 

Bay,  N  s  South  Front,  bet  West  Front  and  Cedar,  NE  to  Beach. 

Bay,  from  Brooklyn,  NE  to  Prospect. 

Bay  Place,   E  s  Telegraph  Av,  bet  Laurel  and  Prospect,  E  to  Lake 

Merritt. 
Beach,  W  s  Peralta  nr  Twenty-sixth,  N  to  charter  limits. 
Beach,  W  s  South  Front,  bet  South  Front  and  State,  W  to  West  Front. 
Birney,  E  s  Telegraph  Av,  S  of  Durant,  SE  to  Franklin. 
Broadway,  N    s  South  Front,   bet  Washington  and  Franklin,   NE  to 

Fourteenth. 
Broadway  Avenue,  N  s  Fourteenth,  bet  Telegraph  Av  and  Franklin,  NE 

to  charter  limits. 


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Brockhurst,  E  s  San  Pablo  Av,  bet  Thirty-second  and  Nolan. 

Brook,  N  a  Orchard  nr  Broadway  Av,  N  to  Broadway  Av. 

Brooklyn,  from  Lake  Merritt,  E  to  Mathews. 

Brown,  E  s  San  Pablo  Av,  bet  Walton  and  Nolan,  E  to  Telegraph  Av. 

Brush,  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Market  and  Castro,  NE  to  San  Pablo 
Av. 

C,Ws  Peralta,  bet  B  and  D,  SW  to  Beach. 

Caledonia  Avenue,  W  s  Telegraph  Av,  bet  Albion  and  Campbell,  W  to 
Grove. 

Campbell,  E  s  San  Pablo  Av,  bet  Rowland  and  Alden,  E  to  Telegraph 
Av. 

Campbell,  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Willow  and  Lewis,  NE  to  Beach. 

Caroline  Square,  bet  Madison,  Oak,  Eighth,  and  Ninth, 

Castro,  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Brush  and  Grove,  NE  to  San  Pablo  Av. 

Cedar,  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Bay  and  Pine,  NE  to  Beach. 

Center,  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Chester  and  Cypress,  NE  to  Peralta. 

Central,  W  s  Webster,  bet  Orchard  and  Hawthorne. 

Charter,  E  s  San  Pablo  Av,  bet  Elm  and  Hobart,  E  to  Telegraph  Av. 

Chase,  junction  West  Eighth  and  Campbell,  NW  to  West  Front. 

Chester,  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Henry  and  Center,  NE  to  West  Twelfth. 

Chestnut,  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Adeline  and  Linden,  NE  to  San  Pablo 
Av. 

Clay,  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Jefferson  and  Waahington,  NE  to  San  Pablo 
Av. 

Clinton,  from  junction  Brooklyn  and  Mathews,  NE  to  town  line. 

College  Avenue,  now  Plymouth  Avenue,  E  s  Telegraph  Av,  N  of  Haw- 
thorne, E  to  the  creek. 

Court,  NE  s  Crescent  Av,  NE  to  Park. 

Crescent  Avenue,  NW  s  Lake  Merritt,  NE  to  Alta  Av. 

Curtis,  N  s  Eighteenth,  bet  Market  and  West,  NE  to  San  Pablo  Av. 

Cypress,  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Center  and  Kirkham,  NE  to  Peralta. 

D,  W  s  San  Pablo  Av,  bet  C  and  E,  SW  to  Beach. 

Delger,  E  s  Telegraph  Av,  bet  Hobart  and  Durant,  SE  to  Lake  Merritt. 
Division,  junction  West  Eighth  and  Wood,  NW  to  West  Front. 
Durant,  E  s  Telegraph  Av,  bet  Birney  and  Delger,  SE  to  Franklin. 

E,  W  s  San  Pablo  Av,  bet  D  and  F,  SW  to  Beach. 

East  Eighteenth,  from  Fourth  Av,  bet  East  Seventeenth  and  East  Nine- 
teenth, SE  to  Fifteenth  Av. 

East  Eighth,  from  Third  Av,  bet  San  Antonio  Creek  and  East  Ninth, 
SE  to  Fifth  Av. 

East  Eleventh,  from  First  Av,  bet  East  Tenth  and  East  Twelfth,  SE  to 
Fourteenth  Av. 

East  Fifteenth,  from  Lake  Merritt,  bet  East  Fourteenth  and  East  Six- 
teenth, SE  to  town  line. 

East  Fourteenth,  from  Lake  Merritt,  bet  East  Twelfth  and  East  Fif- 
teenth, SE  to  junction  Park  and  Adams  avs. 

East  Front,  forms  eastern  boundary  of  the  city,  extending  from  South 
Front  NE  to  Lake  Merritt. 

East  Nineteenth,  from  Fourth  Av,  bet  East  Eighteenth  and  East  Twen- 
tieth, SE  to  town  line. 

East  Ninth,  from  Second  Av,  bet  East  Eighth  and  East  Tenth,  SE  to 
Eighth  Av. 

East  Seventeenth,  from  Lake  Merritt,  bet  East  Sixteenth  and  East 
Eighteenth,  SE  to  town  line. 

East  Sixteenth,  from  Lake  Merritt,  bet  East  Fifteenth  and  East  Seven- 
teenth, SE  to  town  line. 

East  Tenth,  from  First  Av,  bet  East  Ninth  and  East  Eleventh,  SE  to 
Tenth  Av. 


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East  Thirtieth,  from  Nineteenth  Av,  bet  East  Twenty-ninth  and  East 
Thirty-first,  SE  to  town  line. 

East  Thirty-first,  from  Moraga  Valley  Road,  bet  East  Thirtieth  and  East 
Thirty-second,  E  to  town  line. 

East  Thirty-second,  from  Moraga  Valley  Road,  bet  East  Thirty-first  and 
Grant,  E  to  town  line. 

East  Twelfth,  from  Lake  Merritt,  bet  East  Eleventh  and  East  Four- 
teenth, SE  to  town  line. 

East  Twentieth,  from  Fourth  Av,  bet  East  Nineteenth  and  East  Twenty- 
first,  SE  to  town  line. 

East  Twenty-eighth,  from  Moraga  Valley  Road,  bet  East  Twenty-seventh 
and  East  Twenty-ninth,  SE  to  town  line. 

East  Twenty-fifth,  from  Mathews,  nr  East  Twenty-fourth,  SE  to  town 
line. 

East  Twenty-first,  from  Mathews,  bet  East  Twentieth  and  East  Twenty- 
second,  SE  to  town  line. 

East  Twenty-fourth,  from  Mathews,   bet  East  Twenty-third  and  East 
Twenty-fifth,  SE  to  town  line. 

East  Twenty-ninth,  from  Seventeenth  Av,  bet  East  Twenty-eighth  and 
East  Thirtieth,  SE  to  town  line. 

East  Twenty-second,  from  Fifth  Av,  bet  East  Twenty-first  and  East 
Twenty-third,  SE  to  town  line. 

East  Twenty-seventh,  from  Moraga  Valley  Road,  bet  East  Twenty-sixth 
and  East  Twenty-eighth,  SE  to  town  line. 

East  Twenty-sixth,   from  Moraga  Valley  Road,  bet  East  Twenty-fifth 
and  East  Twenty-seventh,  SE  to  town  line. 

East  Twenty-third,   from  Mathews,  bet  East  Twenty-second  and  East 
Twenty-fourth,  SE  to  town  line. 

Eden,  E  s  Telegraph  Av,  N  of  College  Av,  E  to  Broadway  Av. 

Edward,  E  s  Telegraph  Av,  N  of  Plymouth  Av,  E  to  the  creek. 

Eighteenth,  E  s  Market,  bet  Seventeenth  and  Nineteenth,   SE  to  San 
Pablo  Av. 

Eighteenth  Avenue,  from  San  Antonio  Creek,  bet  Seventeenth  and  Nine- 
teenth avs,  NE  to  East  Twenty-first. 

Eighth,  E  s  Market,  bet  Seventh  and  Ninth,  SE  to  East  Front. 

Eighth  Avenue,  from  San  Antonio  Creek,  bet  Seventh  and  Ninth  avs,  N 
E  to  East  Twentieth. 

Eleventh,  E  s  Market,  bet  Tenth  and  Twelfth,  SE  to  East  Front. 

Eleventh  Avenue,  from  San  Antonio  Creek,  bet  Tenth  and  Twelfth  avs, 
NE  to  East  Twenty-fifth. 

Elm,  E  s  San  Pablo  Av,  bet  Charter  and  Sycamore,  E  to  Broadway  Av. 

Elm,  N  s  Hawthorne,  bet  Telegraph  Av  and  Andover,  N  to  Eden. 

Emery,  W  s  Peralta,  bet  Watts  and  San  Pablo  Ay,  N  to  charter  limits. 

Evoy  Avenue,  W  s  Telegraph  Av  nr  charter  limits,  to  E  s  San  Pablo 
Av. 

F,  W  s  San  Pablo  Av,  bet  E  and  G,  SW  to  Beach. 

Fallon,  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Oak  and  East  Front,  NE  to  Lake  Merritt. 

Fifteenth,  E  s  Market,  bet  Fourteenth  and  Sixteenth,  SE  to  San  Pablo 
Av,  and  from  E  s  Jackson  nr  Fourteenth,  E  to  Lake  Merritt. 

Fifteenth  Avenue,  from  San  Antonio  Creek,  bet  Fourteenth  and  Six- 
teenth avs,  NE  to  East  Nineteenth. 

Fifth,  E  s  Market,  bet  Fourth  and  Sixth,  SE  to  East  Front. 

Fifth  Avenue,  from  San  Antonio  Creek,  bet  Fourth  and  Sixth  Avs,  NE 
to  Mathews. 

Filbert,  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Linden  and  Myrtle,  NE  to  San  Pablo 
Av. 

First,  E  s  Market,  bet  South  Front  and  Second,  SE  to  East  Front. 

First  Avenue,  from  East  Tenth,  nr  Second  Av,  NE  to  Lake  Merritt. 


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Fourteenth,   E  s  Market,  bet  Thirteenth,  and  Fifteenth,   SE  to  East 

Front. 
Fourteenth  Avenue,  from  San  Antonio  Creek,  bet  Thirteenth  and  Fif- 
teenth avs,  NE  to  East  Fourteenth. 
Fourth,  E  s  Market,  bet  Third  and  Fifth,  SE  to  East  Front. 
Fourth  Avenue,  from  San  Antonio  Creek,  bet  Third  and  Fifth  avs,  NE 

to  East  Twentieth. 
Franklin,  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Broadway  and  Webster,  NE  to  Delger. 
Franklin  Square,  bet  Broadway,  Franklin,  Fourth,  and  Fifth. 
Frederick,  E  s  San  Pablo  Av,  S  of  William,  E  to  Telegraph  Av. 
Front  East,  forms  eastern  boundary  of  the  city,  extending  from  South 

Front  NE  to  Lake  Merritt. 
Front  South,  forms  southern  boundary  of  the  city,  extending  from  West 

Front  to  East  Front. 
Front  West,  forms  western  boundary  of  the  city,  extending  from  South 

Front  NE  to  Beach. 
Fulton,  W  s  South  Front,  bet  State  and  Pearl,  W  to  West  Front. 
G,  W  s  San  Pablo  Av,  bet  F  and  H,  SW  to  Beach. 
Goss,  W  s  Wood,  bet  Railroad  Av  and  Short,  W  to  West  Front. 
Grant,  from  Moraga  Valley  Road,   nr  East  Thirty-second,   E  to  town 

line. 
Grove,  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Castro  and  Jefferson,  NE  to  charter  limits. 
H,  W  s  San  Pablo  Av,  bet  G  and  I,  SW  to  Beach. 
Halleck,    N  a  Twenty-eighth,   bet  Beach  and   Hubbard,   N  to  charter 

limits. 
Harlan,  W  s  Peralta  Av,  bet  Haven  and  Watts,  N  to  charter  limits. 
Harrison,  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Webster  and  Alice,  NE  to  Lake  Merritt. 
Harrison  Square,  bet  Harrison,  Alice,  Sixth,  and  Seventh. 
Haven,  W  s  Peralta,  bet  Hollis  and  Harlan,  N  to  charter  limits. 
Hawthorne,  E  s  Telegraph  Av,  nr  Rowland,  NE  to  Broadway  Av. 
Henry,  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Lewis  and  Chester,  NE  to  Peralta. 
Hobart,  E  s  San  Pablo  Av,  opposite  Twenty-first,  E  to  Broadway  Av. 
Holden,  W  s  Peralta,  bet  Horton  and  Hollis,  N  to  charter  limits. 
Hollis,  W  s  Peralta,  bet  Holden  and  Haven,  NE  to  charter  limits. 
Horton,  W  s  Peralta,  bet  Hubbard  and  Holden,  N  to  charter  limits. 
Howland,  E  s  San  Pablo  Av,  bet  Campbell  and  Nolan,  E  to  Telegraph 

Av. 
Hubbard,  W  s  Peralta,  bet  Halleck  and  Horton,  N  to  charter  limits. 
Hudson,  W  s  Market,  bet  Pearl  and  West  First,  W  to  West  Front. 
Independence  Square,  bet  Sixteenth  Av,  East  Sixteenth,  Eighteenth  Av, 

and  East  Nineteenth. 
Jackson,  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Alice  and  Madison,  NE  to  Lake  Merritt. 
Jefferson,  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Grove  and  Clay,  NE  to  San  Pablo  Av. 
Jefferson  Square,  bet  Grove,  Jefferson,  Sixth,  and  Seventh. 
Jones,  W  s  Telegraph  Av,  bet  Hobart  and  Charter,  W  to  San  Pablo 

Av. 
Julia  (now  Madison),  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Jackson  and  Oak,  NE  to  Lake 

Merritt. 
Kirkham,  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Cypress  and  Poplar,  NE  to  Peralta. 
Knox,  W  s  Telegraph  Av,  bet  Sycamore  and  Albion. 
Lafayette  Square,  bet  Grove,  Jefferson,  Tenth,  and  Eleventh. 
Lake  Shore  Avenue,  extends  around  Lake  Merritt. 
Laura,  E  s  Market,  bet  Twenty -first  and  Twenty-second,  SE  to  San  Pablo 

Av. 
Laurel,  E  s  Telegraph  Av,  bet  Elm  and  Bay,  E  to  Broadway  Av. 
Lee,  E  s  Lake  Shore  Av,  bet  Adams  and  Oakland,  NE  and  E  to  Adams. 
Lewis,  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Campbell  and  Henry,  NE  to  Peralta. 
Lincoln,  W  s  Peralta,  nr  West  Twelfth,  W  to  West  Front. 


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Linden,  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Chestnut  and  Filbert,  NE  to  San  Pablo 

Av. 
Locust,  E  s  Telegraph  Av,  bet  Elm  and  Walnut,  E  to  Webster. 
Logan,  north  of  Walton,  bet  Telegraph  and  San  Pablo  avs. 
Madison  (late  Julia),  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Jackson  and  Oak,  NE  to  Lake 

Merritt. 
Magnolia,  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Union  and  Adeline,  NE  to  Peralta. 
Market,  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Myrtle  and  Brush,  NE  to  charter  limits. 
Mathews,  from  junction  Fourth  Av  and  East  Twentieth,  NE  to  town 

line. 
Merrimac  Place,  E  s  Telegraph  Av,  bet  Prospect  and  Bay  Place,  E  to 

Broadway  Av. 
Middle,  E  s  Peralta,  bet  West  Eighth  and  West  Sixteenth. 
Moraga  Valley  Road,  from  termination  Thirteenth  Av,  NE  to  county 

line. 
Moss,  W  s  Broadway  Av,  nr  charter  limits,  W  to  Telegraph  Av. 
Myrtle,  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Filbert  and  Market,  NE  to  San  Pablo 

Av. 
Newton,  from  Mathews  nr  East  Twenty-first,  N  to  Brooklyn. 
Nineteenth,  E  s  Market,  bet  Eighteenth  and  Twentieth,  SE  to  San  Pablo 

Av. 
Nineteenth  Avenue,  from  San  Antonio  Creek,  bet  Eighteenth  and  Twen- 
tieth avs,  NE  to  East  Thirtieth. 
Ninth,  E  s  Market,  bet  Eighth  and  Tenth,  SE  to  East  Front. 
Ninth  Avenue,  from  San  Antonio  Creek,  bet  Eighth  and  Tenth  avs,  NE 

to  East  Twenty-fifth. 
Nolan,  E  s  San  Pablo,  S  of  Brown,  E  to  Grove. 

Oak,  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Madison  and  Fallon,  NE  to  Lake  Merritt. 
Oakland,  NE  s  Lake  Shore  Av,  bet  Broadway  and  Lee. 
Oakland  Square,  bet  Harrison,  Alice,  Tenth,  and  Eleventh. 
Orchard,  E  s  Summit,  N  of  Prospect,  E  to  Lake  Merritt. 
Park,  junction  Summer,  N  to  Court. 

Park,  E  s  San  Pablo  Av,  bet  Wallace  and  Sycamore,  E  to  Grove. 
Park  Avenue,  from  junction  East  Fourteenth  and  Twenty-second  Av,  S 

to  town  line. 
Pearl,  W  s  South  Front,  bet  Fulton  and  Hudson,  W  to  West  Front. 
Peralta,  junction  of  Locust  and  Broadway  Av,  N  to  Elm. 
Peralta,  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Pine  and  Willow,  NE  to  San  Pablo  Av. 
Peralta,  N  s  Delger,  bet  Broadway  Av  and  Webster,  NE  to  Elm. 
Peralta,  from  Lake  Merritt,  bet  Brooklyn  and  Prospect,  E  to  Clinton, 

Watson  Tract. 
Pine,  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Cedar  and  Wood,  NE  to  Beach. 
Plymouth  Avenue,  E  s  Telegraph  Avenue,  N  of  Hawthorne,  E  to  the 

creek. 
Poplar,  N  s  South  Front,  bet  Kirkham  and  Union,  NE  to  Peralta. 
Prospect,  from  Lake  Merritt,  E  to  Clinton,  Watson  Tract. 
Prospect  Avenue,  E  s  Telegraph  Av,  opposite  Alden,  E  to  Lake  Mer- 
ritt. 
Railroad  Avenue  (or  West  Seventh),  W  s  Market,  bet  West  Fifth  and 

West  Eighth,  to  West  Front. 
Rowland,  E  s  San  Pablo  Av,  N  of  Campbell,  E  to  Telegraph  Av. 
San   Pablo   Avenue,  junction   of  Telegraph   and   Broadway   avs,   N  to 

charter  limits. 
Second,  E  s  Market,  bet  First  and  Third,  SE  to  East  Front. 
Second  Avenue,  from  East  Ninth,  bet  First  and  Third  avs,  NE  to  East 

Seventeenth. 
Seventeenth,  E  s  Market,  bet  Sixteenth  and  Eighteenth,   SE  to  San 

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Seventeenth  Avenue,  from  San  Antonio  Creek,  bet  Sixteenth  and  Eight- 
eenth avs,  NE  to  East  Twenty-ninth. 

Seventh,  E  s  Market,  bet  Sixth  and  Eighth,  SE  to  East  Front. 

Seventh  Avenue,  from  San  Antonio  Creek,   bet  Sixth  and  Eighth  avs, 
NE  to  East  Twenty-fifth. 

Seward,  W  s  Peralta,  bet  Lincoln  and  Taylor,  W  to  West  Front. 

Short,  junction  Division  and  Pine,  W  to  West  Front. 

Sixteenth,    E   s  Market,  bet  Fifteenth  and   Seventeenth,   SE  to  San 
Pablo  Av. 

Sixteenth  Avenue,  from  San  Antonio  Creek,  bet  Fifteenth  and  Seven- 
teenth avs,  NE  to  East  Twenty-first. 

Sixth,  E  s  Market,  bet  Fifth  and  Seventh,  SE  to  East  Front. 

Sixth  Avenue,  from  San  Antonio  Creek,  bet  Fifth  and  Seventh  avs,  NE 
to  East  Twentieth. 

South  Front,  forms  southern  boundary  of  the  city,  extending  from  West 
Front  to  East  Front. 

Spring,  E  s  Crescent  Av,  SE  to  Lake  Shore  Av. 

State,  W  s  South  Front,  bet  Beach  and  Fulton,  W  to  West  Front. 

Summer,  SW  s  Crescent  Av,  SW  to  Alta. 

Summit,  N  s  Prospect,  bet  Telegraph  Av  and  Webster. 

Summit,  from  East  Twenty-ninth  nr  Union,  N  to  Clinton. 

Sycamore,  E  s  San  Pablo  Av,  bet  Park  and  Elm,  E  to  Telegraph  Av. 

Taylor,  W  s  Peralta,  bet  Seward  and  Chase,  NW  to  West  Front. 

Telegraph  Avenue,  junction  Broadway  and  San  Pablo  Av,  NE  to  charter 
Unfits. 

Tenth,  E  s  Market,  bet  Ninth  and  Eleventh,  SE  to  East  Front. 

Tenth  Avenue,  from  San  Antonio  Creek,  bet  Ninth  and  Eleventh  avs, 
NE  to  East  Twentieth. 

Third,  E  s  Market,  bet  Second  and  Fourth,  SE  to  East  Front. 

Third  Avenue,  from  San  Antonio  Creek,  bet  Second  and  Fourth  avs,  NE 
to  East  Eighteenth. 

Thirteenth,    E   s   Market,   bet   Twelfth   and  Fourteenth,   SE  to   East 
Front. 

Thirteenth  Avenue,  from  San  Antonio  Creek,  bet  Twelfth  and  Four- 
teenth avs,  NE  to  East  Twenty-fifth. 

Thirtieth,  W  s  San  Pablo  Av,  bet  Twenty-eighth  and  Thirty-second,  W 
to  Peralta. 

Thirty-fourth,  W  s  San  Pablo  Av,  bet  Thirty-second  and  Thirty-sixth, 
W  to  Peralta. 

Thirty-second,   W  s  Market,   bet  Thirtieth  and  Thirty-fourth,  W  to 
Peralta. 

Thirty-sixth,  W  s  San  Pablo  Av,  bet  Thirty-fourth  and  Peralta. 

Twelfth,  E  s  Market,  bet  Eleventh  and  Thirteenth,  SE  to  East  Front. 

Twelfth  Avenue,  from  San  Antonio  Creek,  bet  Eleventh  and  Thirteenth 
avs,  NE  to  East  Twentieth. 

Twentieth,  E  s  Market,  bet  Nineteenth  and  Twenty-first,  SE  to  San 
Pablo  Av,  thence  E  to  Telegraph  Av. 

Twentieth  Avenue,  from  San  Antonio  Creek,  bet  Nineteenth  and  Twenty- 
first  avs,  NE  to  East  Twenty-first. 

Twenty-eighth,  W  s  San  Pablo  Av,  bet  Twenty-sixth  and  Thirtieth,  W 
to  Beach. 
.  Twenty-first,  E  s  Market,  bet  Twentieth  and  Laurel,  SE  to  San  Pablo 
Av. 

Twenty-first  Avenue,    from   San    Antonio   Creek,   bet  Twentieth  and 
Twenty-second  avs,  NE  to  East  Thirteenth. 

Twenty-fourth,  W  s  Market,  bet  West  Twenty-second  and  Twenty-sixth, 
W  to  West  Front. 

Twenty-second,  E  s  Market,  NE  of  Laurel,  SE  to  San  Pablo  Av. 


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Twenty-second  Avenue,  from  San  Antonio  Creek,  nr  Twenty-first  Av, 

NE  to  East  Twenty-first 
Twenty-sixth,  W  s  Market,  bet  Twenty-fourth  and  Twenty-eighth  W  to 

West  Front. 
Union,  X  s  South  Front,  bet  Poplar  and  Magnolia,  XE  to  Peralta. 
Union,  from  East  Thirtieth  nr  Summit,  X  to  Moraga  Valley  Road. 
Valley,  X  s  Locust,  bet  Telegraph  and  Broadway  avs,  XE  to  Ehn. 
Vernon,  XE  s  Lee,  bet  Oakland  and  Adams,  XE  to  Crescent. 
Wallace,  E  s  San  Pablo  Avenue,  bet  Alden  and  Park,  E  to  Telegraph    I  c' 

Av.  S 

Walnut,  E  s  Telegraph  Av,  bet  Hobart  and  Locust,  E  to  Webster. 
Walsworth,  junction  Oakland  and  Prospect,  XE  to  Crescent  Av. 
Walton,  E  s  San  Pablo  Av,   bet  Logan  and  Brown,   E  to    Telegraph 

Av. 
Washington,  X  s   South  Front,  bet  Clay  and  Broadway,  XE  to  Four-    I  fc5 

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Washington  Square  (now  occupied  by  County  Court  House  and  County 

Jail),  bet  Washington,  Broadway,  Fourth,  and  Fifth. 
Watson,  from  Xewton,  nr  Mathews,  XE  to  town  line.  c+ 

Watts,  W  s  Peralta  Av,  bet  Harlan  and  Emery,  X  to  charter  limits.  o 

Webster,   X  s   South  front,   bet  Franklin  and  Harrison,  XE  to  Haw- 
thorne. 
Webster  Avenue,  from  Webster  nr  Hawthorne,  XE  to  charter  Hmits. 
West,  junction  Market  and  Railroad  Av,  XE  to  charter  limits. 
West  Eighteenth,  W  s  Market,  bet  Sixteenth  and  West  Twentieth,  W  to 

West  Front. 
West  Eighth,   W  s  Market,  bet  Railroad  Av  and  West  Tenth,  W  to 

Wood.  % 

West  Fifteenth,  W  s  Cypress,  bet  West  Fourteenth  and  West  Sixteenth,    i  g£ 

W  to  Peralta.  £. 

West  Fifth,  W  s  Market,  bet  West  Third  and  Railroad  Av,  W  to  Per-       ^ 

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West  First,  W  s  Market,  bet  South  Front  and  West  Third,  W  to  West      g- 

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West  Fourteenth,  W  s  Market,  bet  West  Twelfth  and  West  Sixteenth,       P 

W  to  West  Front. 
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Front  XE  to  Beach.  § 

West  Seventeenth,  W  s  Cypress,  bet  West  Sixteenth  and  West  Eighteenth,       g 

W  to  Peralta.  ,  0 

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West  Sixteenth,  W  s  Market,  bet  West  Fourteenth  and  West  Eighteenth,       t> 

W  to  West  Front.  g1 

West  Tenth,  W  s  Market,  bet  West  Eighth  and  West  Twelfth,  W  to     £» 

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West  Third,  W  s  Market,  bet  West  First  and  West  Fifth,  W  to  West    j  2 

Front. 
West  Twelfth,  W  s  Market,  bet  West  Tenth  and  West  Fourteenth,  W  to 

West  Front. 
West  Twentieth,  W  s  Market,  bet  West  Eighteenth  and  West  Twenty- 
second,  W  to  West  Front. 
West  Twenty-second,  W  s  Market,  bet  West  Twentieth  and  West  Twen- 
ty-fourth, W  to  West  Front. 
Wilham,  E  s  San  Pablo  Av,  bet  Twentieth  and  Frederick,  E  to  Telegraph 

Av. 
William,  W  s  Peralta,  bet  Atlantic  and  Railroad  Av,  W  to  West  Front. 
Willow,  X  s  South  Front,  bet  Wood  and  Campbell,  XE  to  Beach. 
Wood,  X  s  South  Front,  bet  Pine  and  Willow,  XE  to  Beach. 


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Amstutz  E.  C.  Miss,  teacher,  261  Twelfth,  dwl  1058  Alice. 
Babcock  Henry  C,  proprietor  Humboldt  Park  Hotel,  Temescal. 
Baker  John,  bootmaker,  1104  Broadway,  dwl  E  s  Bay  nr  Telegraph  Av. 
Barker  J.  M.  ( McGeorge  <t  £.),  res  San  Francisco. 
BARNES  HENRY  W.,  doors,  windows,  and  blinds,  N  s  Second 

bet  Broadway  and  Washington,  dwl  562  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 
Baxter  J.    B.,   proprietor  Baxter  House,  W  s  San  Pablo  Av.  two 

miles  from  City  Hall. 
'  Bennett  James  P.,  collector,  dwl  S  s  Eleventh  bet  Castro  and  Brush. 
Boslee  C.  Mme.,  dress  and  mantlemaker,  464  Twelfth. 
Braun  Ferdinand,  liquor  saloon,  469  Sixth. 
Brier  Kirk  W.,  private  school,  cor  Locust  and  Valley,  dwl  Hobart 

nr  San  Pablo  Av. 
BROOKS  S.  Jr.,  employment  office,  428  Twelfth, dwl 408 Thirteenth. 
Blown  William  P.,  clerk  M.  G.   Morse,  dwl  E  s  Washington  bet 

Sixth  and  Seventh. 
Cadogan  James  J.  (R.  McCrum  <£•  Co.),  dwl  733  Linden. 
Clark  M.  B.,  teacher  music,  Telegraph  Av.  nr  Forty -third. 
CLARKE  SAMUEL  G.  Jr.,  register  in  bankruptcy,  office  room  1, 

SE  cor  Broadway  and  Ninth. 
Cooney  Peter  E.,  express  wagon,  NE  cor  Broadway  and  Eleventh, 

dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  Twenty -second  and  Twenty-third. 
Cronin  James  M.  (James  M.  Cronin  &  Co.),  dwl  SE  cor  Thirteenth 

and  Washington. 
CRONIN  JAMES  M.  k  CO.  (James  M.  Cronin  and  George  P. 

Rogers),  wines  and  liquors,  409  Twelfth. 
CROWELL    GEORGE    F.,  secretary  People's  Express,  office  857 

Broadway,  dwl  cor  Adeline  and  Forty-first. 
Cushing  John,  merchant,  dwl  362  Tenth. 

DAM  GEORGE  W.  &  CO.,  real  estate  agents,  906  Broadway. 
Darnanid  Joseph,  waiter  M.  G.  Morse,  dwl  811  Washington. 
Donahue  Bernard  J.  (Viseovich  &  £>.),  dwl  371  Fourth. 
Dulion  H.  &  A.,  butchers,  420  Ninth. 

Dulion  Henry  (H.  &  A.  Dulion),  dwl  E  s  Franklin  nr  Seventh. 
Downing  &   Johnson  (Theodore   Downing  ami   Richard  Johnson), 

Pacheco  and  Concord  Stage  Line,  office  S  s  Fourth  nr  Broadway. 
Edwards  George  W.,  notary  public  and  clerk  Union  National  Gold 

Bank,  dwl  671  Tenth. 
Follrath  Adam,  horseshoer,  Twelfth  bet  Franklin  and  Webster,  dwl 

NE  cor  Thirteenth  Av.  and  East  Sixteenth,  E.  O. 
Fones  John  H.  (Waite  &•  F.),  dwl  cor  Clay  and  Eighth. 


J.  S.  G.  GORDON,  wholesale  and  retail  dealer  in  ice.    469  Ninth  St. 


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0.  P.  S—  Oregon  oats  and  ground  barley,  416  Ninth  Street— 0.  F.  S. 


ADDITIONAL       NAMES.  80c 

French  George  W.  (French  &  Weidmore),  dwl  N  s  East  Sixteenth 

bet  Twentieth  and  Twenty -first  avs. 
FRENCH    &  WEIDMORK    (G.    W.  French  and   G.    Weidmore), 

Oakland  Point  Planing  Mills,  cor  West  Eighth  and  Bay,  W.  O. 
GENSOTJL  ADRIEN,  cashier  French  Savings  and  Loan  Society 

(S.  F.),  dwl  NE  cor  Peralta  and  Ninth. 
Green  J.  W-,  clerk  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  TemescaL 
Grieser  Charles,  bootmaker,  420  Eleventh. 
Hahn  J.,  engraver,  958  Broadway,  res  San  Francisco. 
Hardy  L.  V.,  teacher  music,  dwl  SW  cor  Franklin  and  Durant. 
Keating  William  J.,   confectioneries,  etc.,  309  Twelfth,  dwl  W  s 

Castro  bet  Nineteenth  and  Twentieth. 
Knowlton  N.  S.,  wines  and  liquors,  NE  cor  Seventh  and  Washing- 
ton, dwl  Newland's  HoreL 
Krepper  Brothers  (Philip  and  Nicholas),  cutlers,  420  Eleventh. 
Krepper  Nicholas  (Krepper  Bros.),  dwl  808  Castro. 
KREYENHAGEN  E.  &  CO.  (D.  Menke),  groceries,  wines,  and 

liquors,  NW  cor  Broadway  and  Sixth. 
Lang  William,  market,  NW  cor  Franklin  and  Twelfth. 
Lippman  A.,  merchant,  dwl  662  Fifth. 
Lovejoy  E.  J.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  914  Harrison. 
Lyons  H.  H.,  homeopathic  physician,  NW  cor  Broadway  and  Eighth, 

dwl  1070  Washington. 
Macdougal  W.  J.,  organist  Presbyterian  Church,  dwl  E  s  Franklin 

nr  Fourteenth. 
McDonnell   M.    C,   auctioneer,  cor  Twelfth  and  Webster,  dwl  cor 


Center  and  Seventh. 


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McGEORGE  &  BARKER  (II.  I).  McGeorge  and  J.  M.  Barker), 

Pacific  Coast  Depot  Advertising  Agents,  office  1 3  Wilcox  Block . 

McGeorge  H.  D.,  bill  poster  (and  McGeorge  <l-  Barker),  dwl  360  Fifth. 

McKee  Robert  L.  (Voorhies  &  McK.),  dwl  NW  cor  Adeline  and 
West  Twelfth,  W.  O. 

Macdonald  J.  A.  C,  plumber  and  gasfitter,  Broadway  and  Four- 
teenth, dwl  1060  Webster. 

Mellis  F.  J.,  dry  goods,  SW  cor  Broadway  and  Eighth,  dwl  662  Fifth. 

Menke  D.  (E.  Kreyenhagen  <l-  Co.),  dwl  827  Broadway. 

Miller  James  (  Wilson  &  M.),  dwl  junction  Park  Av.  and  East  Twelfth. 

Moffatt  Frank,  driver  Oakland  R.  R.  Co.,  res  Temescal. 

Morrow  J.  W.  (Morrow  &  Wright),  res  Temescal. 

Morrow  &  Wright  (John  W.  Morrow  and  Benjamin  Wright),  second 
hand  furniture,  1102  Broadway. 

Morse  Moses  G.,  resturant,  868  Broadway,  dwl  811  Washington. 

Oldham  &  Slater  (John  II.  Oldham  and  Jastis  Slater),  restaurant, 
1111  Broadway. 

Oldham  John  H.  (Oldham  &  Slater),  dwl  W  s  Franklin  bet  Thir- 
teenth and  Fourteenth. 

OUis  Henry,  blacksmith,  1008  Franklin. 

Olmsted  C.  P.  (Price  &  Co.),  dwl  364  Eleventh. 

Pacific  Coast  Ruffling  Manuf.,  S.  K.  Roberts  agent,  960  Broadway. 

Pattinson  R.  Mme.,  teacher  music  and  languages,  921  Broadway. 


AH  goods  are  sold  at  Eastern  prices  at  STEICKLAND  &  CO.'S  store. 


E.  "W.  WOODWAKD  &  CO.,  958  Broadway,  bargains  in  real  estate. 


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PEOPLE'S  EXPRESS,  George  F.  dwell  secretary,  A.  D.  Whit- 
ney manager,  office  857  Broadway,  and  19  Sacramento  (S.  F.) 

Price  James  (Price  &  Co.),  dwl  Harrison  bet  Seventh  and  Eighth. 

Price  &  Oo.  (James  Price  and  C.  P.  Olmsted),  produce  and  poultry, 
5,  7,  and  9  City  Market. 

Rincke  John  E.,  restaurant,  546  Franklin. 

Roberts  S.  K.,  agent  Pacific  Coast  Ruffling  Manufactory,  960  Broad- 
way, dwl  320  Third. 

Rogers  George  P.  (James  M.  Cronin  &  Co.),  res  San  Francisco. 

Ruth  John,  cigars  and  tobacco  and  Dime  Express,  1052  Broadway. 

Robinson  J.  O.  Jr.,  clerk  Winsor  &■  Miller,  dwl  NE  cor  Market  and 
Eighteenth. 

Robbins  E.  Miss  (Spaulding  &  R.),  dwl  468  Twelfth. 

Schreiber  Christian  (C.  &  P.  Schreiber),  dwl  E  s  Linden  nr  Twelfth. 

SCHREIBER  C.  &  P.,  furniture  and  bedding,  1064  and  1066 
Broadway. 

Schreiber  Philip  (C.  &  P.  Schreiber),  dwl  E  s  Wood  nr  Fourth. 

Slater  Justis  (Oldham  &  S.),  dwl  cor  Eleventh  and  Webster. 

Smith  Joseph,  draftsman  County  Surveyor's  office,  dwl  NW  cor 
Sixth  and  Franklin. 

SPAULDING  &  ROBBINS  (R.  J.  Spaulding  and  E.  Robbins), 
glove  manufacturers,  468  Twelfth. 

Spaulding  R.  J.  Mrs.  (Spaulding  &  Robbins),  dwl  468  Twelfth. 

Stearns  Theodore  F.,  driver  Oakland  R.  R.  Co.,  res  Temescal. 

Taylor  Frederick  L.,  architect,  office  with  H.  W.  Barnes,  dwl  cor 
Telegraph  Av.  and  Seventeenth. 

Tiffany  &  Tyler  (Mrs.  E.  E.  Tiffary  and  Miss  J.  A.  Tyler),  dress- 
makers, 475  Ninth. 

Tyler  J.  A.  Miss  (Tiffany  <k  T),  dwl  475  Ninth. 

Veyrat  Maurice,  proprietor  Washington  Hotel,  cor  Washington  and 
Second. 

Viscovich  John  (Viscovich  <k  Donahue),  dwl  371  Fourth. 

Viscovich  &l  Donahue  (John  Viscovich  and  Bernard  Donahue),  res- 
taurant, 460  Seventh. 

Voorhies  William  Van  (  Voorhies  &  McKee),  dwl  1004  Broadway. 

VOORHIES  &  McKEE  (William  Van  Voorhies  and  Robert  L. 
McKee),  attorneys  at  law,  office  1004  Broadway. 

Waite  John  (  Waite  &  Fones),  dwl  W  s  Franklin  nr  Fourteenth. 

Waite  &  Fones  (John  Waite  and  John  H.  Fones),  carpenters  and 
stairbuilders,  S  s  Tenth  bet  Webster  and  Franklin. 

WEAVER  HENRY,  proprietor  Grand  Central  Hotel,  S  s  Twelfth 
bet  Webster  and  Harrison. 

Weidmore  George  J.  (French  &  W.),  dwl  SE  cor  Short  and  Wood, 

w.  o. 

WHITNEY  ALONZO  D.,  manager  People's  Express,  office  867 
Broadway,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  Forty-second  and  Forty-third. 

Winsor  Serril  (Winsor  &  Miller),  dwl  562  East  Eleventh,  E.  O. 

Winsor  &  Miller  (Serril  Winsor  and  James  Miller),  California  Pot- 
tery and  Terra  Cotta  Works,  NE  cor  Fourteenth  and  Broadway. 

Wright  Benjamin  (Morrow  &  W.),  dwl  807  Webster. 


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ACADEMIC,  COMMERCIAL, 

PREPARATORY,  MUSIC, 

MODERN  LANGUAGE,  -ART. 

All  Departments  Open  to  Students  of  Both  Sexes.    Separate 
Grounds  for  Preparatory  and  Ladies'  Departments. 


EXPENSES -BOARDERS. 

Board,  Tuition,  Room,  Lights,  Washing,  Mending,  per  term,  $So.oo 

-^DAY  SCHOLARS. 

Tuition  in  Common  English,  per  term,  I2-5° 

Tuition  in  Higher  English  or  Latin  and  Greek,       -  -        20.00 

^EXTRAS.- 

Modern  Language,  per  term,    - 

Lessons  on  Piano,  Organ,  Violin,  Cornet,  with  use  of  Instru- 
ments, per  term, 

Vocal  Lessons,  (private),  per  term, 

Vocal  Lessons  in  classes,  per  term, 

Oil  Paintings  and  Water  Colors,  per  term, 

Pen  and  Pencil  Drawing,  Card  Marking  and  Landscape  Sketch 
ing,  per  term, 

The  School  Year  is  divided  into  Four  Terms  of  Ten  Weeks  each. 
Calender  for  1875-76-Academic  year  begins  July  28th,  1875,  ends,  may 
31st,  1876. 

For  Full  Particulars  Address. 

,/.  N.  HA  SKINS. 
A.  E.  KELLOGG. 

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THE 


OAKLAND  DIRECTORY 


FOR  THE  YEAR    COMMENCING 


SEPTEMBER  1,  1875. 


NOTICE.  —  Names  too  late  for  regular  insertion,  removals,  changes,  etc.,  which 

HAVE  OCCURRED   DURING  THE  PRINTING  OF  THE  WORK,   WILL  BE  FOUND  ON  THB  PAGES 
IMMEDIATELY  PRECEDING  THIS. 


ABBEEVIATIOISTS. 


A.  O.  &  P.  R.  R Alameda,  Oakland,  and 

Piedmont  Railroad 

Av Avenue 

avs avenues 

bet between 

cor corner 

C.  P.  R.  R.  Co Central  Pacific  Railroad  Co. 

dwl dwelling 

E east 

E.  O East  Oakland 

Eng England 

N north 

nr near 


O.,  B.  &  F.  V.  R.  R.  Co Oakland,  Brooklyn 

&  Fruit  Vale  Railroad  Co. 

O.  R.  R.  Co Oakland  Railroad  Co. 

O.  &  A.  R.  R. .  .Oakland  and  Alameda  Railroad 

opp opposite 

res residence 

Rev Reverend 

s side 

S south 

S.  F San  Francisco 

U.  S United  States 

W west 

W.  O West  Oakland 


East  Oakland  includes  the  territory  known  as  Brooklyn,  and  West  Oakland  that  part  from  the  bay  to 
Adeline  Street,  designated  as  Oakland  Point. 


Aaron  David,  peddler,  dwl  855  Clay. 

Abbey  Frances  J.  (widow),  dwl  819  Webster. 

Abbey  Sarah  Miss,  dwl  1161  Franklin. 

Abbott  Carson,  teamster,  dwl  E  s  San  Pablo  Av.  nr.  Brown. 

Abbott  Charles  M.,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Third  bet  Alice  and  Jackson. 

Abbott  Joseph  E.,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Third  bet  Alice  and  Jackson. 

Abbott  Mary  (widow),  dwl  725  Filbert. 

Abel  George,  grain  sampler,  dwl  S  s  Seward  bet  Wood  and  Pine, 

W.  O. 
Academy  of  Music,  S  s  Sixth  bet  Washington  and  Broadway. 
Achard  Charles,  carriage  trimmer,  367  Eleventh. 
Achard  W.  Mrs.,  cloakmaker  Mrs.  F.  Slate,  dwl  367  Eleventh. 
Acker  Edwin  M.,  carpenter  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  S  s  Eighth  nr 

Willow. 
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E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  houses  and  lots  in  all  parts  of  the  city. 


82  OAKLAND       [A]       DIRECTORY. 

Adams  George  A.,  clerk  Olney  &  Co.,  dwl  1014  "Webster. 

Adams  Henry,  clerk,  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Kirkham  and   Center, 

w.  o. 

Adams  John,  dwl  NE  cor  Magnolia  and  West  Fifth. 

Adams  John  M.,  rubber  Manhattan  Marble  Co.,  dwl  SW  cor  Ade- 
line and  Railroad  Av. 

Adams  John  R.,  foreman  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  462  Twelfth. 

ADAMS  J.  S.,  physician,  office  1004  Broadway,  dwl  Seventeenth 
nr  Clay. 

Adams  Robert  H.,  salesman,  dwl  S  s  Brown  bet  Telegraph  Av.  and 
Grove. 

Adams  Thomas,  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  Ninth  and  Twelfth,  W.  O. 

Adams  Thomas,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Cedar  and 
Pine,  W.  0. 

Adams  Thomas,  farm  hand,  dwl  San  Pablo  Av.  nr  Olmsted 
House. 

Adams  Walter  G.,  carpenter,  dwl  Golden  Star  Hotel. 

Adams  William  G.,  housemover,  dwl  NE  cor  Nineteenth  and  Cur- 
tis. 

Adamson  Margaret  Miss,  dressmaker,  dwl  859  Clay. 

Addison  Joseph  R.,  carpenter  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  SW  cor  Sev- 
enth and  Franklin. 

Adie  Mary  E.  (widow),  dwl  41  Valley  bet  Twenty-third  and  Twenty- 
fourth. 

Adrien  Frank,  butcher  William  Nelle,  dwl  964  Broadway. 

^Etna  Fire  Insurance  Co.  of  Hartford,  Rollin  C.  Gaskill  agent,  office 
917  Broadway. 

Agile  Anton,  jeweler  (S.  F.),  dwl  1170  Sixteenth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Ahern  Thomas,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-fifth  bet  Broadway  and 
Telegraph  Av. 

Ahern  William,  carpenter,  dwl  317  Fourth. 

Aherns  Thomas,  blacksmith  helper  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Ex- 
change. 

Ahrens  August,  sash  and  blindmaker,  dwl  W  s  Filbert  bet  Market 
and  West  Fifth. 

Ahrens  Diedrich,  laborer  Washington  Brewery,  dwl  826  Broad- 
way. 

Ahrens  Gertrude  (widow),  dwl  W  s  Filbert  bet  Market  and  West 
Fifth. 

Ahrens  John,  express  wagon,  cor  Broadway  and  Ninth,  dwl  S  s  Lo- 
cust nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Aien  Christian,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Twenty -sixth  nr  Grove. 

Ainsworth  Alfred  G.,  dwl  NE  cor  Tenth  and  Jefferson. 

Ainsworth  H.  W.,  machinist  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co.,  dwl  661 
Washington. 

Ainsworth  Peter,  shoemaker,  dwl  S  s  West  Twelfth  bet  Willow  and 
Campbell,  W.  O. 

Akerly  Benjamin  Rev.,  D.  D.,  rector  St.  John's  Episcopal  Church, 
dwl  W  s  Adeline  bet  West  Fourteenth  and  West  Sixteenth, 
W.  O. 


Try  GORDON'S  ice  cream,  it  is  the  best  and  cheapest.   469  Ninth  St. 


0. F. S—  Hay,  ground  feed,  and  grain,  416  Ninth  near  Bdwy— 0.  F. S. 


OAKLAND       [A]       DIRECTORY.  83 

Akerly  Benjamin  M.,  collector,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  bet  West  Four- 
teenth and  West  Fifteenth,  W.  0. 

Alalgnon  Manuel,  bootblack  457  Seventh,  dwl  462  Sixth. 

ALAMEDA  COUNTY  BRANCH  HOME  MUTUAL  INSUR- 
ANCE CO.  (Fire,  S.  F.),  R.  H.  Magill  manager,  H.  A.  Craig 
secretary,  office  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Ninth. 

ALAMEDA  COUNTY  GAZETTE  (weekly),  Bishop  &  Powers 
publishers  and  proprietors,  office  911  Broadway. 

ALAMEDA  COUNTY  MEDICAL  ASSOCIATION,  E.  Trenor, 
M.  D.,  president,  Charles  S.  Kittredge  secretary,  office  1055 
Broadway. 

Alameda  Grading  Co.,  C.  D.  Bates  president,  stables  NE  cor  East 
Eleventh  and  Eighth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Alameda  Macadamizing  Co.,  Charles  B.  Bates  superintendent,  office 
954  Broadway. 

Alameda,  Oakland,  and  Piedmont  Railroad  Co.,  Walter  Blair  presi- 
dent, T.  S.  Fitch  secretary,  office  954  Broadway. 

Alarinus  Brother,  teacher  St.  Joseph's  Academy,  dwl  SW  cor  Fifth 
and  Jackson. 

Alason  A.  E.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Eighth  bet  Kirkham  and  Poplar, 
W.  O. 

Albertson  S.,  mason,  dwl  Adeline  nr  Thirty-sixth. 

Albridge  James,  engineer,  dwl  SW  cor  Twenty-first  and  Curtis. 

Alden  Charles,  finisher  Manhattan  Marble  Co.,  dwl  557  Sixth. 

Aldis  Edward,  shoemaker,  dwl  S  s  Eighth  bet  Campbell  and  Willow, 
W.  0. 

Aldrich  A.  F.  Miss,  principal  Grove  St.  Primary  School,  dwl  W  s 
San  Pablo  Av.  nr  Grove. 

Aldrich  William,  policeman  City  Hall,  dwl  SW  cor  San  Pablo  Av. 
and  Grove. 

Alexander  E.  Miss,  laundress,  dwl  625  Tenth. 

Alexander  Henry,  clothing,  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 

Alexander  Isadore,  boots  and  shoes,  845  Broadway,  dwl  E  s  Tele- 
graph Av.  bet  Twenty-first  and  Twenty-second. 

Alexander  James,  express  wagon,  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Seventh, 
dwl  Fifth  bet  West  and  Market. 

Alexander  Joseph  L.,  farmer,  Park  Tract  nr  Indian  Gulch,  E.  O. 

Alexander  Louis  L.,  sujierintenclent  Manhattan  Marble  Co.,  dwl  NE 
cor  Prospect  Av.  and  Summit. 

Alexander  Mary  Miss,  teacher  Lafayette  Primary  School,  dwl  cor 
Linden  and  Eighth. 

Alexander  R.  Mrs.,  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  bet  Jefferson  and  Grove. 

Allen ,  builder,  dwl  W  s  Castro  nr  Twelfth. 

Allen  Alfred  D.,  dwl  1061  Oak. 

Allen  Barney  K.,  carpenter  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  NW  cor  Filbert 
and  Twenty-eighth. 

Allen  Benjamin,  carpenter,  dwl  St.. Charles  Hotel. 

Allen  B.  B.,  carpenter,  dwl  West  Thirteenth  nr  Kirkham,  W.  O. 

Allen  B.  B.,  conductor  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Division  bet  Pine  and 
Wood,  W.  O. 


We  sell  as  cheap  as  any  store  in  San  Francisco— STRICKLAND  &  CO. 


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OAKLAND  CARRIAGE  FACTORY, 

CORNER  TENTH  AND  FRANKLIN  STS. 

OAKLAND.     CAL. 


Repairing  Fine  Carriage  Work  a  Specialty. 
AI7LD    &    BARFRED, 

Dealers  in  School  and  Miscellaneous 


OIF1      _A.X_.I_i      JZLTJSTIDfB.. 

Newspapers  and  Periodicals .  Gold  fens,  tPocAet  Cutlery,  Legal  Slanis, 
Fancy  Articles,  JStc. 

4S1?  itnarxn   street 

UNreeir   Post   Office.  OAKLAND. 


GEORGE  BABCOCK. 


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MANUFACTURERS  OF 

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BARNES  &  TAYLOR, 

DEALERS  IN 

B®ope,  Wlnfl©w»»  Blinds 

SASH,  "WEIGHTS,  CORDS,  TRANSOMS, 

French.  Windows   and  Blinds,  Etc. 

North  Side  Second  street,  bet.  Broadway  and  Washington. 
O  -A_  Kllli-A.  1ST  XO  - 


The  best  ice  cream  freezers  for  sale  at  GOKDOFS,  469  Ninth  Street. 


0. F. S  —  Oatmeal  and  corn  meal,  116  Ninth  St.  nr  Broadway— 0. F. S. 


OAKLAND       [A]       DIRECTORY.  85 

Allen  Charles,  student,  dwl  412  Fourteenth. 

Allen  Charles  E.,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Julia  N  of  Adams  Av. 
Allen  Christopher  M.,  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Alice  and  Harrison. 
Allen  Elihu,  stairbuilder  George  M.  Blair,  dwl  327  Eleventh. 
Allen  George,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Twentieth  bet  Curtis  and  West. 
Allen  George  S.,  salesman  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Fourteenth  bet  Market 

and  West. 
Allen  H.  C,  farm  hand,  dwl  Chestnut  bet  Thirty-second  and  Thirty- 
fourth. 
Allen  James,  mariner,  dwl  202  East  Ninth,  E.  O. 
Allen  James,  school  teacher,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirk- 
ham,  W.  O. 
Allen  J.  J.,  clerk,  dwl  Fifteenth  bet  Cypress  and  Kirkham. 
Allen  John,  blacksmith,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 
Allen  John,  driver,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Allen  Louise  Miss,  school  teacher,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and 

Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Allen  Margaret  (widow),  dwl  S  s  West  Fifth  bet  Chester  and  Center. 
Allen  Margaret  Mrs.,  janitress  Prescott  Grammar  School,  dwl  N  s 

Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 
ALLEN  M.  W.,  proprietor  Oakland  Carriage  Manufactory,  SE  cor 

Tenth  and  Franklin,  dwl  368  Tenth. 
Allen  Orrin  H.,  fireman  C.  P.  P.  R.,  dwl  NW  cor  Atlantic  and 

William. 
Allen  S.  H,  well  borer,  dwl  838  Broadway. 
Allen  Thomas,  assistant  janitor  Prescott  Grammar  School,  dwl  N  s 

Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham. 
Allen  Thomas  S.,  gardener,  dwl  E  s  Linden  nr  West  Twelfth. 
Allen  T.  P.,  painter,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  O.  P. 
Allen  Truman  H.  (Allen  dc  Artman),  dwl  SE  cor  Webster  and  Third. 
Allen  William,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  Thirty-sixth  and 

Thirty-seventh. 
Allen  William  A.,  longshoreman,  dwl  cor  Thirty-sixth  and  Adeline. 
Allen  William  J.,  butcher,  dwl  S  s  Atlantic  bet  Wood  and  Pine. 
Allen  &:  Artman  (T.  H.  Allen  and  P.  Artman),  blacksmiths  and 

horseshoers,  908  Franklin. 
Allison  A.  C,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Central  Pacific  Railroad 

House,  O.  P. 
Allison  Charles,  foreman  calker  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Allison  David,  clerk,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Union  and  Poplar, 

W.  0. 
Allison  E.,  joiner  C.  P.  R,  R.,  W.  0. 
Allvn  B.  C.,  carpenter,  dwl  409  Ninth. 

ALLYN'S  BUILDING,  W  s  Broadway  bet  Eighth  and  Ninth. 
Alphonse  Doutrie,  gardener,  dwl  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Washington  and 

Jackson. 
Alta  House,  J.  S.  Cook  proprietor,  NW  cor  Eighth  and  Washington. 
Altamirono  Salvadore,  hay  ranch,  Park  Av.  nr  town  Line. 
Althof  Herman,  bookbinder  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Linden  bet  West  Eighth 

and  West  Tenth. 


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Altschul  A.  (Altschid,  Simon  cfr  Co.),  dwl  615  Tenth. 
Altschul  Charles  (Altschul,  Simon  <k  Co. J,  dwl  615  Tenth. 
Altschul,  Simon  &  Co.  (Charles  Altschul  and  Julius  Simon),  New 

York  Dollar  Store,  1155  Broadway. 
ALTVATER  FREDERICK,  groceries  and  liquors,  SW  cor  Lewis 

and  West  Fifth,  E.  0. 
Alva  Thomas,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Alverson  John,  carpenter,  dwl  Union  bet  Twenty-sixth  and  Twenty- 
eighth. 
Altwater  William,  groceries  and  liquors,  dwl  E  s  Telegraph  Av.  bet 

Twenty-fourth  and  Twenty-fifth. 
Alvras  John,  helper,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W.  0. 
Amador  John,  express  wagon,  E  s  Broadway  bet  Sixth  and  Seventh, 

dwl  Thirtieth  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 
Amerman  I.  A.,  superintendent  IT.  S.  Railway  Mai],  Service,  dwl  E  s 

Poplar  bet  Tenth  and  Twelfth. 
Ames  Henry,  wholesale  butcher,  dwl  W  s  Webster  bet  Fourteenth 

and  Fifteenth. 
Ames  Henry  E.,  dwl  S  s  West  Eighth  bet  Wood  and  Willow,  W.  0. 
Ames  J.  N,  pipemaker  Contra  Costa  Water  Co. 
Ames  John,  deputy  county  recorder,  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  Clay. 
Ames  0.  W.,  conductor  local  train  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Alameda. 
Amidon  John,  expressman,  dwl  E  s  Linden  nr  Thirtieth. 
Amos  Joseph  L.  (colored),  cook,  dwl  856  East  Fourteenth,  E.  0. 
Amstutz  Charles,  watchmaker  Lewis  P.  Berger,  dwl  1058  Alice. 
ANCIENT  ORDER  OF  HIBERNIANS,  hall  714  Broadway. 
Anderson  A.,  coal  dealer,  dwl  957  Webster. 
Anderson  Albert,  ship  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  William  bet 

Cedar  and  Pine. 
Anderson  Ambrose,  laborer  Burner  &  Young,  dwl  N  s  San  Pablo 

Av.  nr  Seventeenth. 
Anderson  Andrew  (Thomas  &  A.),  dwl  957  Webster. 
Anderson  Andrew,  ship  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Cedar  bet 

Goss  and  Shoi-t,  W.  0. 
Anderson  Andrew  H.,  painter,  dwl  S  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Campbell 

and  Willow. 
Anderson  Antone,  ship  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Anderson  August,  cook  Ignatius  Martin,  dwl  679  East  Twelfth,  E.  0. 
Anderson  Charles  W.,  expressman,  N  s  Atlantic  bet  Campbell  and 

Willow. 
Anderson  Christopher,  ship  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R., 
Anderson  E.  W.  Mrs.,  teacher  Lafayette  Primary  School,  dwl  SE  cor 

Seventh  and  Oak. 
Anderson  Frederick,  ship  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R., 
Anderson  George,  driver  Whitney  &  Co.'s  Express. 
Anderson  George,  molder,  dwl  S  s  Fifteenth  bet  Market  and  West. 
Anderson  Gustave,  stevedore,  dwl  W  s  Goss  bet  Cedar  and  Bay, 

W.  O. 
Anderson  Herald,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  C.  P.  Railroad  House, 

W.  O. 


GORDON'S  Ice  Cream  Manufactory,  469  Ninth  Street,  Oakland. 


0.  P.  S—  Oakland  Peed  Store,  416  Ninth  St.  near  Broadway— 0.  F.  S. 


OAKLAND       [A]       DIRECTORY. 


Anderson  Isaac,  porter  (S.  F.),  dwl  822  East  Twelfth,  E.  0. 
Anderson  James  E.,  clerk,  dwl  S  s  Eighteenth  nr  West. 
Anderson  James  S.,  mining,  dwl  W  s  Brush  bet  Second  and  Third. 
Anderson  John  P.,  agent  California  Cracker  Co.,  409  Fourth. 
Anderson  Joseph,  dwl  779  East  Twelfth,  E.  0. 
Anderson  Julia  Miss  (colored),  laundress,  dwl  462  Sixth. 
Anderson  Katherine  E.  (colored),  laundress,  dwl  576  Sixth. 
Anderson  Manuel,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Lydia  bet  Market  and  Curtis. 
Anderson  P.,  plasterer,  dwl  838  Broadway. 
Anderson  Peter,  dwl  Mansion  House,  E.  O. 
Anderson  Peter,  Carpenter  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  720  Filbert. 
Anderson  Salome  (widow),  furnished  rooms,  dwl  953  Washington. 
Anderson  Simon,  wood  and  coal  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Poplar  bet  Tenth 

and  Twelfth,  W.  O. 
Anderson  Thomas,  carpenter,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 
Anderson  Thomas,  engineer  stm  Thoroughfare,  dwl  N  s  Cedar  bet 

Goss  and  Short,  W.  O. 
Anderson  Thomas  Jr.,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  E.  Co.'s  stm  Thoroughfare. 
Anderson  W.  B.,  drivei  Landon  &  Co. 
Anderson  William  H.,  laborer,  dwl  710  Franklin. 
Andrade  Joseph  S.,  pressman  Butler  &  Stilwell,  dwl  Monroe  bet  La 

Rue  and  Broadway,  E.  O. 
Andreson  John,  carpenter  C.  P.  P.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet 

Bay  and  Cedar,  W.  O. 
Andressen  Charles,  blacksmith  (S.  F.),  dwl  725  Eighth. 
Andressen  John,  blacksmith  (S.  F.),  dwl  725  Eighth. 
Andrews  Alexander,  clerk,  dwl  E  s  Linden  bet  West  Twelfth  and 

West  Fourteenth. 
Andrews  Dennis,  clerk,  dwl  E  s  Myrtle  bet  Twelfth  and  Fourteenth. 
Andrews  George,  stevedore,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-second  bet  Curtis  and 

West. 
Andrews  John  R.,  painter,  dwl  1ST  s  Elm  nr  Telegraph  Av. 
Andi-ews  Joseph,  painter,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-second  bet  Telegraph  and 

San  Pablo  avs. 
Andrews  Nicholas  G.,  mining  superintendent,  dwl  N  s  Sycamore  bet 

Grove  and  San  Pablo  Av. 
Andrews  Thomas  H.,  carpenter,  dwl  409  Ninth. 

Andrus ,  carpenter,  dwl  565  Second. 

Angelo  Addu,  gardener,  dwl  NW  cor  Seventh  and  Alice. 

Angel  James,  drug  clerk,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham, 

W.  0. 
ANGEL  MYRON,  editor  Oakland  Daily  News,  office  460  Ninth. 
Anthony  Charles,  stableman  L.  M.  Beaudry,  dwl  852  Broadway. 
Anthony  Charles  V.  Rev.,  pastor  Methodist  Episcopal  Church,  dwl 

917  Alice. 
Anthony  Frank,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Anthony  Freeman,  laborer,  dwl  607  Franklin. 
Antisell  Adolph,  clerk,  dwl  W  s  West  Fifteenth  bet  Kirkham  and 

Cypress,  W.  O. 
Antone  John,  porter  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  El  Capitan. 


All  goods  are  sold  at  Eastern  prices  at  STRICKLAND  &  CO.'S  store. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  958  Bdwy,  houses  rented— rents  collected. 


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OAKLAND       DIRECTORY. 


Oldest  Paper  in  Oakland 


ESTABLISHED    IN    1863. 


Oakland  Daily  News 


OFFICIAL   PAPER   OF    THE    CITY. 


Published  every  morning  (Sundays  excepted),  and  delivered  throughout 
the  City  at  6  a.  m.  Has  a  general  circulation  throughout  Alameda  County, 
and  has  a  CONSTANTLY  INCREASING  circulation  among  the 
MOST  RESPECTABLE  CLASSES  of  the  community. 

It  is  the  specialty  of  this  journal  to  give  full  and  accurate  reports  of  all 
interesting  incidents  and  events  occurring  in  the  county,  and  to  present  a  full 
record  of  the  proceedings  of  the  Courts,  and  of  the  City  Council.  All  infor- 
mation that  is  of  interest  or  importance  to  real  estate  holders  is  carefully 
compiled  and  accurately  presented. 

Politically,  the  paper  is  Independent,  but  its  course  is  not  dictated  by 
narrow  partisan  considerations.  It  accords  in  sentiment  with  the  leading 
Independent  papers  of  the  country. 

GENERAL  AND  LOCAL  TOPICS  receive  special  attention. 

The  News  is  delivered  to  city  subscribers  at  the  rate  of  15  cents  per 
week,  and  is  sent  by  Mail  for  $7.00  per  annum.   . 


Published  by  Oakland  News  Co.,  460  Ninth  St., 

Bet.  Broadway  &  "Washington  Sts. 

O.  L.  C.  FAIRCHILD,  President. 


ADDRESS  DAILY  NEWS,  -  OAKLAND,  CAL. 


Drink  Napa  Soda  and  enjoy  life  and  health.    Agency,  469  Ninth  St. 


0.  F.  S—  Wheat  and  cracked  corn,  416  Ninth  St.  nr  Broadway— 0.  F.  S. 


OAKLAND       [A]       DIRECTORY.  89 

Antony  Marc,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  Thirteenth  and 

Fourteenth  avs,  E.  0. 
Antony  Shew,  laborer  T.  Leonhard,  cor  Bay  and  "William,  W.  O. 
Applegarth  John,  fanner,  dwl  1004  Ninth  Av.,  E.  O. 
Applegarth  William,  mining  (S.  F.),  dwl  SE  cor  Tenth  Av.  and  East 

Eleventh,  E.  O. 
Appleton  K.  P.,  dwl  E  s  Peralta  bet  Ninth  and  Twelfth,  W.  O. 
Appleton  Wellington,  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  bet  Myrtle  and  Market, 
APPLETON   WILLIAM    H.,  sewer-pipemaker  "Daniel  Brannan,    j  t3 


dwl  SE  cor  Seventeenth  Av.  and  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 


Appo  Junius  P.,  porter,  dwl  713  Fifth.  fxj 

Archambault  Edwin  A.,  horseshoer  Sohst  Bros.,  dwl  415  Seventh.         £q 
Arches  Samuel   S.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Center      t?j 

and  Kirkham,  W.  O.  J^ 

Arey  James  A.,  expressman,  dwl  370  Third. 
Arlett  Benjamin,  bricklayer,  dwl  SE  cor  Alice  and  Second. 
Arley  Michael,  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 
Amies  C.  William  (Armes  &  Dallam,  S.  F.),  dwl  716  Thirteenth. 
Armes  George  W.  (Armes  <b  Dallam,  S.  F.J,  dwl  SE  cor  Brush  and      |j 

Thirteenth.  g, 

Armstrong  George,  clerk,  dwl  S  s  East  Seventeenth  bet  Fifth  and 

Sixth  avs,  E.  O.  ©j 

Armstrong  H.  E.,  laborer,  dwl  E  s  Market  nr  Twenty-second.  |  |i 

Armstrong  James,  carpenter,  dwl  Twenty-fourth  nr  Chestnut. 
Armstrong  James  F.,  helper  C.  P.  P.  P.,  dwl  cor  Seventeenth  and 

Cypress,  W.  O. 
Armstrong  John,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  West. 
Armstrong  L.,  upholsterer,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 
Armstrong  Michael  J.,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Market      EJ 

and  Myrtle. 
Armstrong  R.  (widow),  dwl  Lake  Road  nr  Lake  Merritt,  E.  O. 
Armstrong  Robert,  carpenter,  dwl  Eland  House. 
Arnett  J.  G.,  well-borer,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Cedar  and  Pine, 

w.  o. 

Arnold  C.  F.,  miner,  dwl  E  s  Linden  bet  WTest  Eighth  and  "West 
Tenth. 

Arnold  Cyrus,  trainer,  Oakland  Trotting  Park. 

Arnold  H.,  clerk  J.  J.  O'Brien,  dwl  1057  Washington. 

Arnold  James  W.,  salesman  J.  Lusk  &,  Co.,  dwl  N  s  Evoy  Av.  bet 
Telegraph  and  San  Pablo  avs. 

Arnold  Pelig,  plumber  A.  Gemmell,  dwl  Atlantic,  "W.  O. 

Arnold  P.  H,  salesman  J.  J.  O'Brien  &  Co.,  dwl  1057  Washington. 

ARNOLD  THOMAS  J.,  city  engineer,  office  10  City  Hall,  dwl  957 
Castro. 

Arps  John,  milkman,  dwl  E  s  Filbert  bet  Eighteenth  and  Twenty- 
first. 

Arras  George,  teamster,  dwl  Overland  House. 

Arth  Jacob,  workman  Washington  Brewery,  dwl  826  Broadway. 

Arthur  Edwin  M.,  paying  teller  Wells,  Fargo  &  Co.  (S.  F),  dwl  SW 
cor  Twelfth  and  Castro. 


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Arthur  George  N.,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  819  Market. 

Arthur  James,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  West  Twelfth  and  "West  Four- 
teenth. 

Arthur  John  D.,  merchant  (S.  R),  dwl  SW  cor  Twelfth  and  Castro. 

Artman  Phil  (Allen  &  A.),  dwl  461  Ninth. 

Ash  Henry,  stoves,  tinware,  etc.,  817  Broadway. 

Ash  William,  carpenter,  dwl  Thirty-fourth  nr  Chestnut. 

Ashby  James  T.,  clerk  William  B.  Hardy,  dwl  959  Broadway. 

Ashford  Joseph,  laundrymau  C.  Partenscky,  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Center 
and  Kirkham,  W.  0. 

Ashmore  A.,  cooper,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham,  W.  0. 

Ashmore  Joseph,  dwl  W  s  Center  bet  Ninth  and  Tenth,  W.  O. 

Ashworth  John,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Henry  bet  Third  and  Fourth, 
W.  O. 

Aspern  Henry,  laborer  Gilardin  Bros.,  dwl  667  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

ASSESSOR  CITY  OF  OAKLAND,  Joseph  M.  Dillon,  office  City 
Hall. 

ASSESSOR  BROOKLYN  TOWNSHIP,  A.  B.  Webster,  office 
626  East  Twelfth,  E.  0. 

ASSESSOR  OAKLAND  TOWNSHIP,  J.  E.  Whitcher,  office  462 
Ninth. 

Atchinson  B.  M.,  produce  dealer  (S.  F.),  dwl  603  East  Fourteenth, 
E.  O. 

Atherton  William,  engineer,  dwl  Eighth  nr  Adeline. 

Atherton  William,  laborer  Evening  Bulletin,  dwl  N  s  West  Fifth  bet 
Center  and  Chester. 

Athey  James,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  W  s  Center  bet  Ninth  and 
Tenth,  W.  O. 

Athey  John,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Center  bet  Ninth  and  Tenth,  W.  O. 

Atkins  George,  waiter,  dwl  SE  cor  Twenty-eighth  and  West. 

Atkinson  Arthur  S.,  laborer,  dwl  Twenty-second  nr  Market. 

Atkinson  George  D.,  Piedmont  Milk  Dairy,  junction  San  Pablo  Av. 
and  Adeline,  depot  829  Broadway,  res  Temescal. 

Atkinson  Joseph,  dwl  NW  cor  Sixteenth  and  Cypress,  W.  O. 

Atkinson  AV.  H,  brakeman  local  train  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Brooklyn. 

Atkinson  William,  carpenter,  dwl  Mansion  House,  E.  O. 

ATLANTIC  AND  PACIFIC  TELEGRAPH  CO.,  offices:  Broad- 
way Railroad  Station,  Market  and  First,  Oakland  Point,  C.  P. 
R.  R.  Co.'s  Ferry  Wharf,  and  Tubbs'  Hotel. 

ATTORNEY  CITY  OF  OAKLAND,  S.  R  Gilcrest,  office  9  City 
Hall 

Atwill  Joseph  F.,  mining  agent  (S.  F.),  dwl  907  Jackson. 

Atwood  M.  C,  carriage  painter  King  &  Williams,  dwl  Clay  bet  Sev- 
enth and  Eighth. 

AUDITOR  COUNTY  OF  ALAMEDA,  Peter  R.  Borein,  office 
County  Court  House. 

Augustus  A,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

Augustus  Domingo,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  East  Fifteenth  bet  Eighteenth 
and  Nineteenth  avs,  E.  O. 

Auld  Eliza  (widow),  dwl  475  Ninth. 


J.  S.  Qt,  GORDON,  wholesale  and  retail  dealer  in  ice.    469  Ninth  St. 


0.  F.  S—  Extra  family  and  Graham  flour,  418  Ninth  nr  Bdwy— 0.  F.  S. 


OAKLAND  g]       DIRECTORY.  91 

Auld  Ocian,  painter  Dunham  &  Lathrop,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 

Auld  Royal  I  (Auld  &  Bar/red),  dwl  475  Ninth. 

AULD  <fe  BARFRED  (R.  I.  Auld  and  E.  A.  Bar/red),  booksell- 
ers, stationers,  and  bath  house,  457  Ninth. 

Austin  B.,  joiner  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Austin  E.  D.,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Eighth  bet  Campbell  and  Willow, 
W.  O. 

Austin  Joseph,  painter,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Bay  and  Cedar, 
W.  0. 

Austin  Marcus  E.,  real  estate  agent,  dwl  376  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O.* 

Auroux  Edward,  laborer,  dwl  cor  First  and  Webster. 

AUSTRALIAN  FOREST  TREE  NURSERY,  Bailey  &  Son 
proprietors,  NW  cor  East  Twelfth  and  Third  Av.,  E.  O. 

Averill  Emery  H.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Wood  and  Wil- 
low, W.  O. 

Avert  Carl,  C.  P.  R  R,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  0. 

Avery  Samuel,  ship  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Short  bet  Pine  and  Cedar, 
W.  O. 

Avis  W.  T.,  watchman  Pacific  Planing  Mill,  dwl  cor  Bay  and  Wil- 
liam, W.  O. 

Ayers  Charles  W.,  real  estate,  dwl  W  s  Jefferson  bet  Fifteenth  and 
Sixteenth. 

Ayers  David  M.,  horse  dealer,  dwl  911  Webster. 

Ayers  Samuel,  candy  manufacturer,  dwl  W  s  Chester  bet  Railroad 
Av.  and  Eighth,  W.  0. 

Ayers  W.  H.,  contractor,  dwl  cor  Twenty-eighth  and  Filbert. 

Avlward  Simon,  gardener,  dwl  N  s  Adeline  bet  Twenty-fourth  and 
Twenty-fifth. 

Avmar  J.  V.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Taylor  bet  Wood  and  Willow, 
W.  O. 

B. 

Babb  Alfred,  fanner,  dwl  Thirty-fourth  nr  Chestnut. 

Babbett  Robert,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Union  and  Adeline. 

Babbitt  Frederick,  fireman,  dwl  N  s  Division  bet  Pine  and  Wood, 

W.  O. 

Babcock ,  dwl  N  s  Thirtieth  bet  Chestnut  and  Linden. 

BABCOCK  GEORGE  (Babcock  &  Gould),  dwl  N  s  Tenth  bet  Pop- 
lar and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Babcock  George  L.  Prof,  teacher  music  Oakland  Home  School,  S  s 

Hobart  bet  Telegraph  and  San  Pablo  avs,  dwl  1002  Webster. 
Babcock  George  W.,  contractor  and  builder,  dwl  SE  cor  Eleventh 

Av.  and  East  Sixteenth,  E.  O. 
Babcock  Heman  P.,  physician  and  surgeon,  office  and  dwl   1005 

Washington. 
Babcock  John,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Filbert  bet  Twenty-eighth  and 

and  Twenty-ninth. 
Babcock  Lafayette  M.,  tinsmith  J.  J.  O'Shea,  dwl  cor  Thirtieth  and 

Chestnut. 


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92.  OAKLAND  B]       DIRECTORY. 

Babcock  Mary  J.  (widow),  teacher  private  school,  dwl  E  s  Castro  bet 
Seventh  and  Eighth. 

Babcock  P.,  carpenter,  dwl  Adeline  bet  Thirty-second  and  Thirty- 
fourth. 

BABCOCK  &  GOULD  (George  Babcock  and  Henry  Gould),  pro- 
prietors Oakland  City  Flour  Mills,  Third  nr  Broadway. 

Bachelder  Pharis  J.,  carpenter  and  builder,  dwl  719  Ninth  bet  Cas- 
tro and  Brush. 

Bachman  Robert,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Eighteenth  nr  Linden. 

^ackenstos  James,  lather,  dwl  462  Fifth. 

Backer  Emma  Miss,  dressmaker,  dwl  NW  cor  Cedar  and  West 
Eighth,  W.  O. 

Backer  John,  bookkeeper,  dwl  NW  cor  Cedar  and  West  Eighth,  W.  0. 

Backer  Victor,  butcher,  dwl  NW  cor  Cedar  and  West  Eighth,  W.  O. 

Backes  Peter,  proprietor  Zimmerman  Gardens,  NE  cor  Second  and 
Harrison. 

Bacon  Adeline  A.  Mrs.,  dwl  W  s  Alice  bet  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth. 

Bacon  Edward,  dwl  S  s  West  Twelfth  bet  Adeline  and  Linden. 

Bacon  Edward,  grocer,  dwl  E  s  Wood  bet  Taylor  and  Chase,  W.  O. 

Bacon  Frank  M.,  millwright  Pacific  Jute  Manufacturing  Co.,  dwl  E 
s  Seventh  Av.'nr  East  Eleventh,  E.  0. 

Bacon  Henry  D.,  real  estate  (S.  F.),  dwl  960  Oak. 

Bacon  James  H.,  candies,  965  Broadway,  dwl  409  Ninth. 

Bacon  John  E.,  contractor,  dwl  N  s  West  Sixteenth  bet  Cypress  and 
Kirkham,  W.  O. 

Bacon  T.,  grocer,  dwl  E  s  Chestnut  bet  West  Tenth  and  West 
Twelfth. 

Bacon  Truman  F.,  dwl  SW  cor  Seventeenth  and  Clay. 

Bacon  W.  F.,  clerk  William  B.  Hardy,  dwl  359  Ninth. 

Badger  David,  miner,  dwl  S  s  West  Fourteenth  bet  Linden  and  Fil- 
bert. 

Badger  Thomas  W.,  proprietor  Grand  Central  Park,  Seventh  Av.  bet 
East  Eighth  and  Tenth,  E.  O. 

Badger  William  A.,  plasterer,  dwl  S  s  West  Fourteenth  bet  Linden 
and  Filbert. 

Bagge  Charles,  dwl  W  s  Peralta  cor  West  Fourteenth,  W.  O. 

Bagge  Christian,  farmer,  dwl  W  s  Peralta  cor  West  Fourteenth,  W.  O. 

Bagge  Theodore  F.,  gardening,  dwl  SE  cor  Railroad  Av.  and  Center. 

Baggs  J.  J.,  dwl  E  s  Kirkham  bet  Ninth  and  Twelfth,  W.  0. 

Bagley  J.  B.,  carpenter  and  builder,  dwl  S  s  Ninth  bet  Chester  and 
Peralta,  W.  O. 

Baglin  James  (Taylor  &  B.),  dwl  S  s  Alden  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Bahls  John,  bookbinder  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Linden  bet  West  Eighth 
and  West  Tenth. 

Bailey ,  dwl  858  Clay. 

Bailey  A.,  painter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Bailey  B.,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  bet  Wood  and 
Willow,  W.  O. 

Bailey  Charles  A.,  bookkeeper,  dwl  N  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr  Twenty- 
second. 


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OAKLAND  B]       DIRECTORY.  93 

Bailey  G.  H.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R,  W.  O. 

Bailey  George  R.  (Bailey  &  Son),  dwl  1115  Third  Av.,  E.  0. 
Bailey  James  (Bailey  &  Son),  dwl  1115  Third  Av.,  E.  0. 
Bailey  James,  gardener,  dwl  464  Third. 

Bailey  John  N.,  contractor,  dwl  NW  cor  Sixth  Av.  and  East  Six- 
teenth, E.  O. 
Bailey  John  W.,  blacksmith,  dwl  S  s  Eighth  bet  Campbell  and  Per- 

alta,  W.  O. 
Bailey  R.  S.  (R.  S.  Bailey  &  Co.),  res  San  Francisco. 
Bailey  R.  S.  &  Co.  (S.  S.  Parsons),  restaurant,  Oakland  Wharf. 
Bailey  S.  T.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Fourteenth  nr  West. 
Bailey  William  B.,  carpenter,  dwl  522  Eighth. 
Bailey  William  I.,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  675  Fifth. 
Bailey  William  W.,  carpenter  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  NE  cor  Eighth 

and  Clay. 
Bailey  W.  T.,  printer,  dwl  963  Franklin  bet  Ninth  and  Tenth. 
BAILEY  &l  SON,  proprietors  Australian  Forest  Tree  Nursery,  NW 

cor  East  Twelfth  and  Third  Av.,  E.  0. 
Bair  D.  H.,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Baird  David  A.,  laborer  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  S  s  Ninth  bet  Web- 
ster and  Franklin. 
Baird  George,  clerk,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  nr  West  Tenth,  W.  0. 
Baird  Samuel,  carpet  layer  C.  L.  Taylor,  dwl  365  Ninth. 
Bajen  Joseph,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Filbert  bet  West  Eighth 

and  West  Tenth. 
Bakeman  F.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  West. 
Baker  A.  F.,  contractor  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  Grove. 
Baker  Alfred  S.,  grainer  and  first  assistant  engineer  0.  F.  D.,  dwl 

S  s  Eleventh  bet  Brush  and  West. 
Baker  A.  S.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  1068  Broadway  rooms  27  and  28. 
Baker  Charles,  shipwright  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Baker  Charles  W.,  painter  W.  M.  Ballantyne,  dwl  956  Franklin  nr 

Ninth. 
Baker  G.  A.,  machine  hand,  dwl  608  Fourth. 
Baker  G.  A.,  teamster,  dwl  761  Jefferson. 
Baker  H.  B.,  U.  S.  Mint  (S.  F.),  dwl  1068  Broadway. 
Baker  Henry  Y.  (Chase  &  B.),  and  postmaster  West  Oakland,  dwl 

NW  cor  West  Eighth  and  Wood,  W.  O. 
Baker  James  W.,  commission  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Adams  Av. 

bet  town  line  and  Fruit  Vale. 
Baker  J.  C.  Rev.,  agent  Baptist  Publication  Society  (S.  F.),  dwl  SE 

cor  Fourth  and  Harrison. 
Baker  John,  bootmaker,  617  Broadway. 
Baker  Justus,  laborer,  dwl  608  Fourth. 
Baker  Michael,  mason,  dwl  Sixteenth  bet  Cypress  and  Kirkham, 

W.  O. 
Baker  Nathan,  real  estate,  dwl  NE  cor  West  Twelfth  and   Poplar, 

W.  O. 
Baker  N.  E.,  mining,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham, 

W.  O. 


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Baker  Orrin  "V.,  machinist  (S.  F.),  dwl  NW  cor  Short  and  Pine, 

w.  o. 

BAKER  PETER,  groceries,  823  Broadway,  dwl  363  Fifth. 

Baker  Rice  (Baker  &  Williams),  dwl  424  Third. 

Baker  Turpin  A.,  liquor  saloon,  422  Eleventh,  dwl  E  s  Webster  bet 

Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth. 
Baker  William,  dwl  1123  Eleventh  Av.,  E.  0. 
Baker  &  Williams  (Rice  Baker  and  James  Williams),  plasterers,  424 

Third. 
BALDWIN  DAVID  M.  (Baldwin,  Reilay  &  Bradway),  physician 

and  surgeon,  office  1059  Broadway,  dwl  1160  Alice. 
Baldwin  James  W.,  engineer,  dwl  N  s  West  Eleventh  bet  Center 

and  Kirkkam,  W.  O. 
Baldwin  Joseph,  dwl  Chestnut  bet  Twenty-fourth  and  Twenty-sixth. 
Baldwin  Marvin  A.,  mining,  dwl  1057  Washington. 
Baldwin,  Reilay  &  Bradway  (D.  M.  Baldwin,  John  P.  Reilay^  and 

Joseph   R.    Bradway),   physicians   and   surgeons,    office    1059 

Broadway. 
Baliran  Jean,  baker  J.  Mallett  &  Co.,  dwl  617  Broadway. 
Ball  Albert  M.,  book  agent,  dwl  1012  Adeline. 
Ball  Charles  H.,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Chase  bet  Willow 

and  Campbell,  W.  0. 
Ball  Francis,  master  mariner,  dwl  W  s  Clay  nr  Sixteenth. 
Ball  George  W.,  dwl  1ST  s  Chase  bet  Willow  and  Campbell,  W.  O. 
Ball  Harry,  painter,  dwl  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham,  W.  0. 
Ball  H.  W.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Chase  bet  Willow  and  Campbell, 

W.  0. 
Ball  James,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  W.  0. 
Ball  James  U.,  tinsmith,  dwl  Adeline  nr  Twenty-second. 
Ball  John  A.,  inventor  and  dealer  patents,  dwl  N  s  Sycamore  nr 

Grove. 
Ball  Robert  C,  architect  (S.  F.),  dwl  1012  Adeline. 
Ball  Thomas  A.,  insurance  agent,  dwl  616  Eighth. 
Ball  Thomas  M.,  printer  Evening  Tribune,  dwl  cor  Clay  and  Six- 
teenth. 
Ballantyne  William  M.,  painter  and  paperhanger,  1109  Frankin. 
Ballard  George,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Ballard  James  W.,  billiard  saloon,  SE  cor  Pine  and  Railroad  Av.,  dwl 

S  s  Atlantic  bet  Pine  and  Wood. 
Ballard  S.  K.,  bookkeeper  New  Zealand  Insurance  Co.  (S.  F.),  dwl 

1055  Broadway. 
Ballard  Thomas,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Fourteenth  bet  Market  and  West. 
Ballou  W.  N.  Mrs.,  dwl  E  s  Myrtle  bet  Twenty-oighth  and  Thirtieth. 
Balmforth  Ralf,  janitor  Lincoln  Grammer  School,  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth 

bet  Clay  and  San  Pablo  Av. 
Balsey  John,  painter  and  grainer,  dwl  821  Washington. 
Balstow  James,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Balzer  John,  bootmaker  John  O'Rourke,  dwl  cor  Broadway  and  First. 
Bamford  William,  physician,  office  657  East  Twelfth,  dwl  621  East 

Fifteenth,  E.  O. 


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OAKLAND  g]       DIRECTORY.  95 

Bancroft  W.  H.,  physician,  dwl  NE  cor  Eighth  and  Harrison. 

Bangle  Alice  Mrs.  (widow),  dwl  SW  cor  Eleventh  A  v.  and  East 
Nineteenth,  E.  O. 

Bangle  Branson  (Bangle  &  Chase),  dwl  SE  cor  East  Sixteenth  and 
Tenth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Bangle  Edward,  carriage  painter,  803  East  Twelfth,  dwl  S  s  East 
Seventeenth  bet  Eighth  and  Ninth  avs,  E.  O. 

Bangle  Phoebe  (widow),  dwl  S  s  East  Seventeenth  bet  Eighth  and 
Ninth  avs.,  E.  O. 

Bangle  &,  Chase  (Branson  Bangle  and  George  Chase),  house  and  sign 
painters,  601  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Bankhead  David  B.  (Bankhead  <b  Sons),  dwl  cor  Fourth  and  Cas- 
tro. 

Bankhead  Hugh  (Bankhead  &  Sons),  dwl  N  s  Twenty-second  bet 
Curtis  and  West. 

Bankhead  Malcolm  (Bankhead  <k  Sons),  dwl  cor  Fourth  and  Castro. 

Bankhead  Malcolm,  tinsmith  James  Dalziel,  dwl  cor  Fourth  and 
Castro. 

Bankhead  &  Sons  (Malcolm,  Hugh,  and  David  B.),  auctioneers  and 
second-hand  furniture  dealers,  811  Broadway. 

Banks  Charles  W.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  NW  cor  Telegraph  Av. 
and  Walton. 

Banks  Edward,  deck  hand  stmrs  C.  P.  R.  P.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange, 
W.  O. 

Banks  James,  porter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  San  Francisco. 

Banks  James,  teamster,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-third  bet  Broadway  and 
Telegraph  Av. 

Banks  John,  cook  Moses  G.  Morse,  dwl  Tenth  nr  Broadway 

Bannister  Alfred,  surveyor  and  engineer,  office  1004  Broadway,  res 
Alameda. 

Bannister  Cranmer,  boarding  and  feed  stable,  foot  Broadway. 

Baptiste  Antonio,  deck  hand  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Alameda, 

Baptiste  John  H.,  gold-penmaker  (S.  F.),  dwl  954  West  Fifth, 
W.  O. 

Barato  A.,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  bet  West  Eighth  and  West  Tenth 
W.  O. 

BARBAGELATA  FRANK,  hardware  and  crockery,  1070  Broad- 
way, dwl  606  Third. 

Barber  William,  dwl  Union  nr  Twenty-eighth. 

Barbour  W.  R.,  teacher  chemistry  Golden  Gate  Academy,  dwl  Aca- 
demy Hill. 

Barclay  Thomas,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

Barclay  Thomas,  tailor  M.  J.  Healy,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

Barenkamp  Elizabeth  Mrs.,  boarding  and  lodging,  409  Ninth. 

Barfred  E.  A.  (Auld  &  B.),  dwl  457  Ninth. 

Barger  R,  printer,  dwl  W  s  Poplar  bet  Tenth  and  Twelfth,  W.  O. 

Barhouse  F.  C,  carpenter,  dwl  557  Sixth. 

Bark  Thomas,  brakeman  C.  P.  R,  R,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

Barker  A.  S.,  miller,  dwl  Twenty-sixth  nr  Magnolia. 

Barker  Frank,  carpenter,  dwl  470  Eighth. 


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96  OAKLAND  g]       DIRECTORY. 

Barker  James  L.,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  1103  West  Third. 

Barker  Joshua,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  NW  cor  Webster  and  Pros- 
pect Av. 

Barker  Timothy  L.,  grocer  (S.  F),  dwl  E  s  Myrtle  bet  Ninth  and 
Tenth. 

Barkus  John,  carpenter,  dwl  414  Sixth. 

Barley  John  H.,  carpenter,  dwl  365  Ninth. 

Barlow  Charles,  real  estate,  dwl  913  Madison. 

Barnard  George,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  P.,  W.  O. 

Barnes  Charles  D.,  machine  hand  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  410  Third. 

Barnes  Emma  (widow),  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  bet  Myrtle  and  Mar- 
ket. 

Barnes  George  R.,  blindmaker  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  410  Third. 

Barnes  Henry  W.  (Barnes  &  Taylor),  dwl  562  East  Fourteenth, 
E.  O. 

Barnes  Thomas,  dwl  W  s  Filbert  bet  West  First  and  Third. 

BARNES  &  TAYLOR  (Henry  W.  Barnes  and  F.  L.  Taylor), 
doors,  windows,  and  blinds,  N  s  Second  bet  Broadway  and 
Washington. 

Barnett  John,  painter,  dwl  523  Eighth. 

Barnett  John  Mrs.,  furnished  rooms,  523  Eighth. 

Barnett  Edward,  dry  goods,  etc.,  825  Broadway. 

Barnett  Rufus  P.,  dwl  S  s  Seward  bet  Willow  and  Campbell,  W.  O. 

Barnett  W.  F.,  dwl  967  Jackson. 

Barney  P.  W.,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Willow  and  Campbell, 

w.  o. 

Barnhart  George  W,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine 
and  Wood,  W.  O. 

Barnliisel  Charles  F,  watchman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  866  East  Four- 
teenth, E.  O. 

Bamum  Columbus,  fruits,  dwl  612  Broadway. 

Barnum  G.  H.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

Baron  John  W.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Center  bet  Ninth  and 
Tenth,  W.  O. 

Baroni  Domingo,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co. 

Barrett  Abraham,  boots  and  shoes,  1057  Broadway. 

Barrett  Alexander  P.,  butcher,  dwl  N  s  William  bet  Cedar  and 
Bay. 

Barrett  Alfred,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Taylor  bet  Willow  and  Campbell, 

w.  o. 

Barrett  Charles  P.,  cutter  Purdy  &  Litchfield  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Chest- 
nut bet  West  Tenth  and  West  Twelfth. 

Barrett  D.,  upholsterer  E.  Hook,  dwl  Centre  bet  Sixth  and  Seventh. 

Barrett  John,  laborer,  dwl  NE  cor  Thirteenth  Av.  and  East  Four- 
teenth, E.  O. 

Barrett  John,  teamster  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co. 

Barrett  Patrick,  market,  NW  cor  Broadway  and  Fifth,  dwl  514 
Fifth. 

Barrett  R.  P.,  foreman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Barrett  Thomas,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Twentieth  nr  New  Broadway. 


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OAKLAND  B  ]       DIRECTOR  T.  97 

Barrett  William,  seltzer  water  agent,  dwl  NE  cor  Broadway  and 
Twelfth. 

Barrilis  Nobile  L.  D.,  Italian  Consul,  office  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Kirk- 
ham  bet  West  Eighth  and  West  Ninth,  W.  O. 

Barron  S.,  dwl  N  s  West  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham,  W.  0. 

Barrows  Thomas,  agent  Victor  Sewing  Machine,  dwl  W  s  Webster 
nr  Moss  Av. 

Barry  Bait,  deck  hand  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Feny  Wharf. 

Barry  David,  gardener,  dwl  1022  West. 

Barry  G.,  laborer,  dwl  -109  Seventh. 

Barry  George,  machinist,  dwl  N  s  West  Seventeenth  bet  Cypress 
and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 

Barry  John,  gardener,  dwl  S  s  West  Eighth  bet  Campbell  and  Per- 
alta,  W.  O. 

Barry  John,  tinsmith,  dwl  Short  nr  Cedar,  W.  O. 

Barry  Michael,  carpenter,  dwl  1022  West. 

Barry  M.  S.,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Eighteenth  nr  West. 

Barry  Thomas,  boarding,  SW  cor  Sixth  and  Harrison. 

Barry  William,  gardener,  dwl  W  s  Market  bet  Twentieth  and  Twen- 
ty-first. 

Barstow  Anson  (Sarpy  <£  B.),  dwl  N  s  Eighteenth  bet  Linden  and 
Filbert. 

Barstow  David  P.,  attorney  at  law  (S.  F.),  dwl  NW  cor  Market  and 
Eighteenth. 

Barstow  F.,  merchant,  dwl  N  s  West  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirk- 
ham, W.  O. 

Barstow  Frederick  L.,  miner,  dwl  W  s  Center  bet  West  Ninth  and 
West  Tenth,  W.  O. 

Barstow  Joseph,  dwl  E  s  Harrison  bet  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth. 

Bartelow  John,  salesman  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Campbell  and 
Willow,  W.  O. 

Bartels  Charles,  hair-dressing  saloon,  457  Seventh,  dwl  615  Sixth. 

Bartels  William,  upholsterer  Elijah  Hook,  dwl  359  Third. 

BARTER  GEORGE  W.,  editor  and  proprietor  Semi-tropical  Press, 
office  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Wood  and  Willow,  dwl  Grand 
Western  Hotel,  W.  O. 

Barth  Thomas,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Union  and 
Kirkham,  W.  0. 

Bartleman  G.  B.,  clerk,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  bet  West  Eighth  and 
West  Tenth,  W.  O. 

Bartlett  C.  F.  (widow),  dwl  1014  Ninth  Av.,  E.  0. 

Bartlett  Edwin  E.,  captain  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  tug  Rival,  dwl 
N  s  William  bet  Pine  and  Cedar,  W.  O. 

Bartlett  George,  dwl  S  s  West  Eighth  bet  Wood  and  Willow,  W.  0. 

Bartlett  House,  R.  Meacham  proprietor,  473  Seventh. 

Bartlett  Pliny,  laundry,  dwl  Ns  Railroad  A  v.  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  0. 

Bartlett  Samuel  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  bet 
Wood  and  Willow,  W.  O. 

Bartlett  Thomas  F.,  printer,  dwl  S  s  Taylor  bet  Willow  and  Camp- 
bell, W.  O. 


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Bartlett  William  C,  journalist,  dwl  S  s  Prospect  Av.,  bet  Telegraph 
Av.  and  Webster. 

BARTLETTS  BUILDING,  S  s  Seventh  bet  Washington  and  Broad- 
way. 

Bartling  William  (Bartling  &  Kimball,  S.  F.),  dwl  719  Fourteenth. 

Bartols  Henry,  driver,  dwl  S  s  Twenty -first  bet  Telegraph  Av.  and 
Broadway. 

Barton  Edward,  carriagemaker,  dwl  cor  Chestnut  and  Twenty-first. 

Barton  George,  bricklayer,  dwl  Union  bet  Twenty-sixth  and  Twen- 
ty-eighth. 

Barton  J.  F.,  brakeman  C.  P.  P.  P.,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 

Basham  Frederick,  capitalist,  dwl  E  s  Market  nr  Seventeenth. 

Bass  C,  teamster,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  Eighteenth  and  Twentieth. 

Bassett  Alonzo,  stonecutter,  dwl  1117  West. 

Bassett  A.  S.,  house  painter,  dwl  1005  Franklin. 

Bassett  Eugene,  chainman  T.  J.  Arnold,  dwl  NE  cor  East  Twentieth 
and  Seventh  Av. 

Bassett  James,  dwl  471  East  Twelfth,  E.  0. 

Bassett  Philip  C,  carpenter,  dwl  NW  cor  Seventh  Av.  and  East  Twen- 
tieth, E.  O. 

Bassett  Robert,  clerk,  dwl  471  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Bastian  Frederick,  blacksmith  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  bet 
Wood  and  Willow,  W.  0. 

Batchelder  James,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  1065  Twelfth  Av., 
E.  O. 

Batchelder  P.  J.,  carpenter,  dwl  719  Ninth. 

Bateman  Abraham,  miner,  dwl  E  s  Franklin  bet  Fourteenth  and 
Fifteenth. 

BATES  BENNETT  R.,  manager  Western  Union  Telegraph  Co., 
office  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Ninth,  dwl  1165  Jackson. 

Bates  Charles,  farmer,  dwl  W  s  Market  bet  Twentieth  and  Twenty- 
first. 

Bates  Charles  D.,  superintendent  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co.,  dwl 
564  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 

Bates  Edward,  painter,  dwl  S  s  West  Fourteenth  bet  Chestnut  and 
Linden. 

Bates  Henry,  machinist,  dwl  N  s  Pine  bet  Division  and  Seward, 

w.  o. 

Bates  Michael,  engineer,  dwl  Fifteenth  nr  Center,  W.  O. 

Bates  N.,  trackman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Taylor  bet  Willow  and 

Campbell,  W.  0. 
Bates  S.,  calker  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Batstone  James,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Taylor  bet  Pine  and 

Cedar,  W.  O. 
Batterill  C.  C,  dwl  Market  nr  Twenty-fourth. 
Battey  Hannah  Mrs.,  domestic  Col.  S.  Woods,  NE  cor  Eighth  and 

Jefferson. 
Battles  John,  laborer,  dwl  SW  cor  Seventeenth  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Battles  William,  upholsterer,  dwl  359  Third. 
Bauder  Christian  (Christian  Bander  &  Co.),  dwl  838  Broadway. 


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OAKLAND  B]       DIRECTORY.  99 

Bauder  Christian  &  Co.  (George  Earwart),  proprietors  Golden  Star 

Hotel  and  Restaurant,  838  Broadway. 
Bauden  J.  P.,  carpenter,  dwl  605  Tenth. 

Bauer  Alexander,  barkeeper  David  Wemmer,  dwl  473  Eighth. 
Bauer  Christian,  liquor  saloon,  866  Broadway. 
Bauer  M.,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Campbell  bet  Railroad  Av.  and  Chase, 

W.  0. 
Bauerle  J.,  dwl  SW  cor  Grove  and  Fourth. 
Baughman  William,  wagonmaker,  dwl  765  Jackson. 
Baughman  William  E.  J.  (Clarkdc Co.), dwl  S Wcor  Jackson  and  Fifth. 
Baum  Edward,  real  estate,  dwl  Ss  West  Eighth  bet  Adeline  and  Union. 
Baux  F.  A.,  real  estate  (S.  F.),  dwl  834  Jackson. 
Baux  Jean  B.,  merchant  (S.  F,),  dwl  834  Jackson. 
Baxley  John  W.,  sawyer  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  329  Third. 
Baxter  J.  B.,  dwl  N  s  San  Pablo  Av.  nr  Olmsted  House. 
Baxter  Lee,  tinsmith  Lynde  &  Howard,  dwl  W  s  Thirteenth  Av. 

bet  East  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth,  E.  O. 
Baxter  Samuel  T.,  mason,  dwl  Sixteenth  bet  Cypress  and  Kirkham, 

w.  o. 

Baxter  William  S.,  assayer  (S.  F),  dwl  810  Webster. 

Bay  Harmen,  farmer,  dwl  1117  Castro. 

BAY  NURSERY,  James  Hutchison  proprietor,  NE  cor  Telegraph 

Av.  and  Bay  Place,  office  NW  cor  Broadway  and  Fourteenth. 
Bayerque  E.  M.  (widow),  dwl  222  Eleventh. 
Bayles  William  H,  clerk  J.  S.  Crosley,  dwl  412  Twelfth. 
Bay  ley  George  B.,  note  teller  Bank  of  California  (S.  F.),  and  Poultry 

Yard,  dwl  NW  cor  Sixteenth  and  Castro. 
Baylis  Joseph,  driver  G.  H.  Naegle,  dwl  S  s  Lydia  bet  Market  and 

West. 
Baylis  Joseph,  laborer  Taylor  &  Co.,  dwl  S  s  Lydia  nr  Market. 
Baylis  Margaret  Mrs.,  nurse,  dwl  527  Seventh. 
Bayliss  Henry  R.,  blindmaker  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  Overland  House. 
Bayly  Charles  H.,  dwl  838  Broadway. 
Bazine  Jose,  cook,  dwl  NW  cor  Cedar  and  Goss,  W.  O. 
Beal  John,  carpenter,  dwl  815  Filbert. 

Beal  John,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  West  First  and  West  Third. 
Beale  N.x  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Centre  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Beale  N,  mining,  dwl  W  s  Center  bet  West  Ninth  and  West  Tenth, 

w.  o. 

Beamis  A.,  butcher  Prescott  &  Co.,  dwl  Union  Hotel,  E.  O. 

Bean  Archibald  E.,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  West  bet  Twenty-first  and 

Lydia. 
Bean  C.  O.,  teacher  California  Military  Academy,  dwl  N  s  Prospect 

Av.  bet  Telegraph  Av.  and  Broadway. 
Bean  F.,  molder,  dwl  S  s  Twelfth  nr  Market. 
Bear  Abx^aham,  yardman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Bear  John,  laborer,  dwl  415  Seventh. 
Bear  Uriah,  yardman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Beaton  H.  A.,  inspector  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and 

Cedar,  W.  O. 


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OAKLAND  g]       DIRECTORY.  101 

Beatty  John,  teamster,  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  bet  Market  and  "West. 
Beatty  Frank,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Filbert  bet  West  Twelfth  and 

West  Fourteenth,  W.  O. 
Beaudouin  Frank,  umbrella  repairer,  etc.,  613  Broadway. 
BEAUDRY  LEWIS  M.,  livery  and  sale  stables,  852  Broadway 

(and  Beaudry  &  McAvoy),  dwl  860  Brush. 
BEAUDRY  &  McAVOY  (Lewis  M.  Beaudry  and  IT.  J.  McAvoy), 

undertakers,  850  Broadway. 
Beauregard  Frank,  porter  P.  Bocqueraz,  dwl  822  Broadway. 
Bechdel  N.  A.,  foreman  machine  shop  C.  P.  R.  R,  W.  O. 
Becht  Charles,  butcher  Adam  Koob,  dwl  cor  Franklin  and  Eleventh. 
Becht  Edward,  gardener,  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham, 

w.  o. 

Becht  George  (Becht  &  Nicol),  dwl  1017  Franklin. 
Becht  George  J.,  plumber,  dwl  SE  cor  Fourteenth  and  Webster. 
Becht  Joseph,  capitalist,  dwl  SE  cor  Fourteenth  and  Webster. 
BECHT  &  NICOL  (George  Becht  and  Peter  Nicol),  plumbers  and 

gasfitters,  1014  Broadway. 
Beck  Harry,  tinner,  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av.  nr  Adeline. 
Beck  Thomas,  gardener,  dwl  S  s  West  Fourteenth  bet  Linden  and 

Filbert. 
Becker  Charles,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet 

Bay  and  Cedar,  W.  O. 
Becker  Charles,  stableman  Oakland  Railroad  Co. 
Becker  William,  tanner  Crist  k  Rued,  dwl  NE  cor  Twenty-first  Av. 

and  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Beckers  S.  XL,  clerk,  dwl  N  s  Fourteenth  nr  West. 
Beckett  Samuel  A.,  draughtsman  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Center  bet  West 

Third  and  Fifth. 
Beckwith  Edward,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Thirteenth  bet  Market  and 

West. 
Bedel  William,  laborer,  dwl  NE  cor  Eleventh  and  Franklin. 
Beebe  Charles,  salesman  (S.  F.),  dwl  916  Myrtle. 
Beebe  Eddie,  driver  Hunt  &  Wharton,  dwl  Webster  bet  Tenth  and 

Eleventh. 
Beebe  Edwin  L.,  canvassing  agent  Dennen  &  Newhouse,  dwl  NW  cor 

Twenty-second  and  West. 
Beeby  Robert  J.,  harnessmaker  James  Lentell,  res  Temescal. 
Beedle  William  H.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Beel  Martin  S.,  jeweler,  dwl  378  Ninth. 
Beel  Philip  S.,  engraver  (S.  F.),  dwl  378  Ninth. 
Beel  Salomon,  capitalist,  dwl  378  Ninth. 
Beggs  John,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-seventh  nr  Grove. 
Behrens  George,  dwl  373  Second. 
Beiler  Mary  Miss,  dressmaker,  dwl  921  Broadway. 
Beitzel  Jacob,  Union  Saloon,  S  s  East  Fourteenth  bet  Nineteenth 

and  Twentieth  avs,  E.  O. 
Belcher  Frederick  P.,   drayman  (S.   F.),  dwl  SW  cor  West  Four- 
teenth and  Myrtle. 
Belden  Claude,  hairdresser  E.  Mosca,  dwl  cor  Sixteenth  and  Kirkham. 


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102  OAKLAND  B]       DIRECTORY. 

Belden  Edward  E.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Sixteenth  bet  Kirkham  and 

Cypress,  W.  O. 
Belden  Harlow,  baggageman,  dwl  N  s  Sixteenth  bet  Cypress  and 

Kirkham,  W.   0. 
Belden  Henry,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 
Belden  John  L.,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-second  bet  Market  and 

Curtis. 
Belden  R.  A.,  barkeeper  H.  A.  Randlett,  Oakland  Trotting  Park 

nr  San  Pablo  Av. 
Belden  Richard  A.,  student,  dwl  N  s  Sixteenth  bet  Cypress  and 

Kirkham,  W.   O. 
Belin  Charles,  carpenter  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co. 
Belinge  Stephen,  carpenter  Pacific  Planing  Mills,  dwl  Eighth  bet 

"Washington  and  Broadway. 
Bell  Adam  E.,  coachman  T.  H.  Williams,  junction  Eleventh  and 

Market. 
Bell  E.  F.,  blacksmith,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Union  and  Ade- 
line. 
Bell  E.  J.,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Bell   Henry  R.,   superintendent  Badger's  Central   Park,  dwl    E   s 

Seventh  Av.  bet  East  Seventh  and  Ninth,  E.  O. 
Bell  Montie  "W,  salesman  Aaron  N.  Waclis,  dwl  N  s  Tenth  bet 

Franklin  and  Broadway. 
Bell  Thomas,  carpenter,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 
Bell  William,  clerk,  dwl  410  Tenth. 
Bell  William  D.,  laborer,  dwl  1054  Franklin. 
Bellars  W.  T.,  carpet  beater,  dwl  361  Ninth. 
Bellingall  Charles,  bookkeeper  National  Brewery  Depot,  dwl  410 

Tenth. 
Bellingall  Peter  W.,  dwl  cor  Filbert  and  Eighteenth. 
Belloir  Peter,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf,  dwl  S  s 

Sixteenth  nr  West. 
Belman  O,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  bet  Center  and  Kirk- 
ham, W.  O. 
Belmont  F.  A.,  dwl  S  s  Eighth  bet  Adeline  and  Union. 
Beluke  Charles,  ship  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Beman  M.  E.  Mrs.,  clairvoyant  physician,  376  East  Fifteenth,  E.  O. 
Bemis  Orlando  (Prescott  <&  Co.),  dwl  Union  Hotel,  E.  O. 
Ben  Carl,  shipwright  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Bendell  Herman  (Fillman  &  B.,  S.  F.),  dwl  NE  cor  Third  and 

Alice. 
Benden  Charles  F.,  carpenter,  dwl  cor  West  Twelfth  and  Campbell, 

W.  O. 
Benedict  Charles,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Benedict  H.  Gano,  student,  dwl  junction  Clinton  Av.  and  Mathews, 

E.  O. 
Benedict  Newton,  insurance  broker,  dwl  Block  7  Watson  Tract, 

junction  Clinton  Av.  and  Mathews,  E.  O. 
Benedict  N.  P.  Mrs.,  dwl  E  s  Grove  nr  Sycamore. 
Benedict  Read  (Benedict  Bros.,  N.  Y.),  dwl  104  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 


Drink  Napa  Soda,  a  pure,  natural  mineral  water.  Agency,  169  Ninth. 


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OAKLAND  B]       DIRECTORY.  103 

Benham  John  A.,  contractor  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Telegraph  Av. 

BENITZ  BLOCK,  NE  cor  Broadway  and  Tenth. 

Benjamin  John,  tanner,  dwl  Adeline  nr  Thirty-fourth. 

Benn  George,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Eleventh  bet  Center  ami  Kirkham, 

W.  0. 
Benner  Frederick  M.,  melter  U.  S.  Mint  (S.  F.),  dwl  SE  cor  Sixteenth 

and  West. 
Bennett  Edward,  laborer,  dwl  E  s  Market  nr  Eighteenth. 
Bennett  George  L.,  plumber,  dwl  S  s  Fourteenth  bet  Market  and 

West. 
Bennett  James  P.,  collector,  dwl  461  Ninth. 
Bennett  Louis,  shoemaker  Daniel  O'Keeffe,  dwl  Fifteenth  bet  West 

and  Market. 
Bennett  Matthew,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Campbell  bet  Seward  and 

Lincoln,  W.  O. 
Bennett  Michael,  junk  dealer,  dwl  1ST  s  Fifteenth  bet  Market  and  West. 
Bennett  N,  dwl  E  s  Poplar  bet  West  Tenth  and  West  Twelfth, 

W.  O. 
Bennett  Orville  D.,  laborer  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  337  Third. 
Bennett  Robert  A.,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  114  Eleventh. 
Bennett  W.  H.,  printer,  dwl  461  Ninth. 

Bennett  W.  M.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Bennison  Andrew  B.,  salesman  E.  D.  Block  &  Co.,  dwl  856  Brush  bet 

Seventh  and  Eighth. 
Bennison  George  E.  (E.  D.  Block  &  Co.),  dwl  856  Brush  bet  Seventh 

and  Eighth. 
Bennison  William  E.,  salesman  E.  D.  Block  &  Co.,  dwl  856  Brush  bet 

Seventh  and  Eighth. 
Bense  Alfred,  clerk,  dwl  W  s  Campbell  bet  Lincoln  and  Twelfth, 

W.  O. 
Benson  Henry  A.,  farmer,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Filbert  and  Myrtle. 
Benson  James,  clerk,  dwl  S  s  Taylor  bet  Willow  and  Campbell, 

w.  o. 

Bentley  Lettie  E.  Miss,  teacher  Franklin  Grammar  School,  dwl  1169 
Tenth  Av.,  E.  0. 

Bentley  Margaret  A.  (widow),  dwl  S  s  Eighteenth  cor  Castro. 

Bentley  Nelson,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 

Bentley  William  D.,  dwl  W  s  Brush  bet  Seventeenth  and  Eighteenth. 

Bentley  William  R.,  proprietor  Russell  House,  1113  Broadway. 

Benton  A.  C,  mailing  clerk  Post  Office,  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  San 
Pablo  Av. 

Benton  B.  F,  clerk,  dwl  W  s  Kirkham  nr  West  Twelfth. 

Benton  John,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Willow  and  Campbell, 
W.  O. 

BENTON  JOHN  E.,  postmaster,  office  463  Ninth,  dwl  S  s  Six- 
teenth bet  Clay  and  San  Pablo  Av. 

BENTON  JOSEPH  A.,  senior  professor  Pacific  Theological  Semin- 
ary, dwl  Hawthorne  bet  Broadway  and  Telegraph  Av. 

Benton  Mary  P.  Mrs.,  teacher  painting,  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  bet  Clay 
and  San  Pablo  Av. 


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Benz  Martin,  tanner  Crist  and  Rued,  dwl  !NE  cor  Twenty-first  Av. 

and  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Benzon  A.  F.,  bookkeeper,  dwl  Newland's  Hotel. 
Berard  Acbille,  workman  Oakland  Artificial  Stone  Manufacturing 

Co.,  dwl  615  Franklin. 
Berard  Alfred,  French  Laundry,  dwl  308  Tenth. 
Beretta  G.,  dwl  S  s  Seward  bet  Wood  and  Willow,  W.  O. 
Berg  Adolph,  clerk  Custom  House  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Eleventh  bet 

Center  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Berg  Maurice  (Lutz  <k  B.),    dwl  663  Washington. 
Bergen  F.  M.,  farmer,  dwl  N  s  Taylor  bet  Wood  and  Willow,  W.  0. 
Berger  Henry  H,  dwl  E  s  Telegraph  Av.  cor  Twenty-first. 
Berger  Lewis  P.,  manufacturing  and  importing  jeweler,  967  Broad- 
way, dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av  bet  Center  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Berger  Mathias,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Myrtle  bet  West  First  and  Third. 
Bergess  Edward,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet 

Kirkham  and  Poplar,  W.  O. 
Berkeley  Laundry,  Charles  Partenscky  proprietor,  N  s  Twelfth  bet 

Center  and  Kirkham,  W.  O.,  office  457  Seventh. 
Berlin  Charles,  ship  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Bermingham  E.  D.,  watchman  City  Market,  dwl  829  Franklin. 
Bernal  Guadalup,  farmer,  N  s  old  county  road  near  Sausal  Creek. 
Bernamayou  Hyppolite,  baker  Mouret  &  Lanne,  dwl  912  Franklin. 
Bernamayou   Peter,  vegetable   garden,   N   s  East   Fourteenth   bet 

Twenty-third  Av.  and  town  line,  E.  O. 
Bernard  J.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Union  and  Adeline. 
Berry  David,  harness  and  saddlery,  866  Broadway,  dwl  cor  First  and 

Broadway. 
Berry  Fred,  laborer,  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Berry  H.  V.,  route  agent  Daily  Transcript. 
Berry  John,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Berry  L.  G.,  dwl  527  Seventh. 

Berry  Samuel,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av.  nr  Adeline. 
Berry  William,  carpenter  and  builder,  dwl  E  s  Wood  bet  Chase  and 

Taylor,  W.  O. 
Berry  W.  L.,  printer,  dwl  N  s  Division  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 
Berryman  Claus,  driver  Shakespear  &  Walter,  res  Temescal. 
Bertha  James,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Filbert  bet  Eighth  and 

West  Tenth. 
Bessette  Gabriele,  teamster  Remillard  &  Bros,  dwl  NE  cor  Clay  and 

First. 
Besseuille  Andre,  teamster  Remillard  &  Bros.,  dwl  NE  cor  Clay  and 

First. 
Bessey  Frederick,  machinist,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Cedar,  W.  O. 
Bessler  Peter,   barkeeper,   dwl  West  Thirteenth   bet  Peralta  and 

Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Best  George,  gardener,  dwl  San  Pablo  Av.  junction  Adeline. 
Best  John,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R,  Oakland  Fetry  Wharf. 
Beswick  William,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R,  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Willow 

and  Campbell,  W.  O. 


Fresh  milk  cream  and  butter  milk;  wholesale  and  retail  at  469  Ninth. 


0.  P.  S.— Oatmeal  and  corn  meal,  416  Ninth  St.  nr  Broadway— 0.  P.  S. 


OAKLAND       [B]       DIRECTORY.  105 

Betancue  Joseph,  carpenter  George  M.  Blair,  dwl  S  s  Bay  Place 
bet  Broadway  and  Telegraph  Av. 

Bethell  L.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham,  "W.  O. 

Bettman  Joseph  J.,  merchant,  dwl  513  Ninth. 

Bettman  J.  J.  Mrs.,  milliner  and  millinery  goods,  1000  Broadway. 

Betts  Charles,  dwl  NE  cor  Eleventh  and  "Webster. 

Betts  Orrington,  expressman  Whitney  &  Co.,  dwl  N  s  Sycamore  bet 
Grove  and  San  Pablo  Av. 

Betts  Peter  M.,  carriagemaker,  dwl  711  Filbert. 

Betts  William  M., carriage-spring  manufacturer  (S.  F.),dwl  Es  Myrtle 
bet  Twelfth  and  Fourteenth. 

Betty  P.  G.,  expressman,  dwl  S  s  West  Fourteenth  bet  Linden  and 
Filbert. 

Betz  Henry,  laborer  Taylor  &  Co.,  dwl  726  Myrtle. 

Betz  Jacob,  foreman  Washington  Brewery,  dwl  826  Broadway. 

Betz  Louis,  clerk  George  Blum,  dwl  cor  Seventh  and  Franklin. 

Betz  Philip,  liquor  saloon,  850  Franklin. 

Bibber  Charles  R.,  ship  joiner  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  West 
Third  and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 

Bibo  John,  clerk,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Union  and  Adeline. 

Biddle  A.  Mrs.,  dwl  503  Eleventh. 

Bidleman  Enoch  G.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr 
Twenty-second. 

Bidwell  Willard,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Lydia  bet  Curtis  and  West. 

Bierce  Albert  S.,  employe  U.  S.  Mint  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Market  nr 
Fourteenth. 

Bigelow  Charles  B.,  manufacturer,  dwl  E  s  Franklin  bet  Sixteenth 
and  Seventeenth. 

Bigelow  Elijah,  real  estate  agent,  office  900  Broadway,  dwl  1155  Brush. 

Bigelow  Martin,  laborer,  dwl  Twenty-second  nr  Market. 

Bigelow  T.  B.,  real  estate  agent,  office  900  Broadway,  dwl  1157  Jef- 
ferson. 

Biggins  Thomas,  boilermaker,  dwl  Center  nr  Sixteenth,  W.  O. 

Biggs  Abel  R.,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  1067  Brush. 

Biggs  Harry  C,  clerk,  dwl  1067  Brush. 

Biggs  S.  A.,  laborer  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co. 

Biggs  T.  P.,  oysterman  N.  Williams,  dwl  Cosmopolitan  House. 

Biggy  Francis,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Bignami  Louis,  liquor  and  billiard  saloon,  N~E  cor  Seventh  and  Jef- 
ferson, dwl  E  s  Jefferson  bet  Seventh  and  Eighth. 

Bigsby  Edward,  mill  hand,  dwl  Cypress  nr  Sixteenth,  W.  O. 

Billings  Frank,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Star  House,  W.  O. 

Billings  Tobias,  dwl  W  s  Broadway  nr  Twenty-first. 

Billou  Joseph,  farmer,  dwl  E  s  Castro  bet  Seventh  and  Eighth. 

Bilo  Alexander,  laborer,  dwl  Fifteenth  bet  Center  and  Cypress,  W.  O. 

Biltz  Ramon,  piano  tuner,  dwl  359  Fourth. 

Bingham  E.  F.,  commission  merchant,  dwl  Chestnut  bet  Twenty-first 
and  Twenty-second. 

Bingham  P.,  milkman,  dwl  E  s  Filbert  bet  Eighteenth  and  Twenty- 
first. 


Buy  School  Books,  etc.,  at  STRICKLAND  &  CO.'S,  1061  Broadway. 


WOODWARD  &  CO.,  958  Bdwy,  houses  rented  and  rents  collected. 


106  OAKLAND      DIRECTORY. 


DAILY  TRANSCRIPT, 

The    City  and    County   Official  Paper; 

ALSO,    TIKE 

ALAMEDACOU  NT  Y 


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OAKLAND  B]       DIRECTORY.  107 

Bingham  P.  J.,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  bet  Eighth  and  Tenth,  W.  O. 

Bingham  S.,  blacksmith,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  bet  Twenty-fourth  and 
Twenty-sixth. 

Bingley  Richard  C,  stencil  cutter,  dwl  764  Brush. 

Binks  Harry  F.  (colored),  hairdresser  Oscar  T.  Jackson,  dwl  E  s 
Pine  bet  Railroad  A  v.  and  West  Eighth. 

Birch  Edward,  machinist,  dwl  S  s  Eighteenth  bet  Market  and  "West. 

Birch  N.,  porter  (S.  F.),  dwl  Adeline  bet  Twenty-fourth  and  Twenty- 
sixth. 

Bird  A.  T.,  conductor  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Niles  Station. 

Birdsall  Ann  (widow),  seamstress,  dwl  730  Myrtle. 

Birkmaier  George  L.  (Kohler,  Chase  &  Co.),  res  San  Francisco. 

Birnie  Robert,  copyist,  dwl  270  Seventh. 

Birth  H.  G.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Bisel  Louis,  tanner  Crist  &  Rued,  dwl  NE  cor  Twenty-first  Av.  and 
East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Bishop  Amasa  W.  (Bishop  &  Powers),  dwl  1059  Clay  bet  Eleventh 
and  Twelfth. 

Bishop  F.,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  bet  Tenth  and  Twelfth,  W.  O. 

Bishop  Oliver  H.,  porter  Spruance,  Stanley  &  Co.  (S.  F.),  dwl  1115 
:    Tenth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Bishop  R.  B.,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

BISHOP  &  POWERS  (Amasa  W.  Bishop  and  0.  B.  Powers),  pub- 
lishers and  proprietors  Oakland  Daily  Transcript  and  Alameda 
County  Gazette,  office  911  Broadway. 

Bissell  1ST.,  painter,  dwl  W  s  Linden  nr  Fourteenth. 

Bistopher  D.,  waiter  F.  Leonhard,  cor  Bay  and  William,  W.  O. 

Bixby  Edward,  tanner,  dwl  Thirty-fourth  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Bixby  J.  J.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Market  nr  Fifteenth. 

Bixby  Levi  R.,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Brush  bet  Nineteenth  and  Twen- 
tieth. 

Bixby  Levi  S.,  bookkeeper  J.  S.  Crosby,  dwl  E  s  Brush  bet  Nine- 
teenth and  Twentieth. 

Black  Charles  A.,  bricklayer,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-ninth  nr  San  Pablo 
Av. 

Black  C.  L.,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Black  F.  A.,  salesman  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Kirkham  bet  Eighth  and 
Ninth,  W.  O. 

Black  George,  salesman  Chase  &  Baker,  dwl  S  s  Lincoln  bet  Wood 

and  Willow,  W.  O. 
Black  Henry  J.,  carriage  painter  King  &  Williams,  dwl  S  s  Twenty- 
ninth  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 
Black  James,  clerk,  dwl  Fifteenth  bet  Cypress  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Black  Joseph,  bookkeeper  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  dwl  N  s  Evoy  Av.  bet  Tele- 
graph and  San  Pablo  avs. 
Black  Josiah,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-ninth  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 
Blackburn  Eli,  milkman,  dwl  E  s  Union  nr  Twenty-eighth. 
Blacklock  Walter,  driver  Shakespear  &  Walter,  dwl  409  Seventh. 
Blackman  James,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Lydia  nr  Cui'tis. 
Blackwood  William  C.,  farmer,  dwl  959  Washington. 


STRICKLAND  &  CO.  manufacture  account  books  to  order. 


E.  W.  WOODWAKD  &  CO.,  958  Bdwy,  homes  on  the  instalment  plan. 


108  OAKLAND  g]       DIRECTORY. 

Blain  F.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Taylor  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 

Blair  B.  F.,  ship  cai-penter  C.  P.  R.  P.,  dwl  W  s  Cedar  bet  Goss  and 
Pailroad  A  v.,  W.  O. 

Blair  David  B.,  insurance  agent  (S.  F.),  dwl  120  Eleventh. 

Blair  George  M.,  stair  builder,  NW  cor  First  and  Grove,  dwl  325 
Eleventh. 

Blair  Thomas  M.,  proprietor  Lake  Merritt  Boat  House,  res  San 
Francisco. 

Blair  Walter,  dwl  W  s  Jefferson  bet  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth. 

Blair  William,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  Broadway. 

Blais  H.,  stableman  Oakland  Railroad  Co. 

Blaisdell  H.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  West  Tenth  bet  Adeline  and 
Chestnut. 

Blake  C.  T.,  secretary  Oakland  Paving  Co.,  office  SE  cor  Broadway 
and  Ninth,  res  San  Francisco. 

BLAKE  FRANCIS  (Blake,  Bobbins  &  Co.,  S.  F.),  merchant,  dwl 
W  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr  Caledonia  Av. 

Blake  Francis  W.,  dwl  SE  cor  East  Ninth  and  Sixth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Blake  George,  special  policeman,  dwl  W  s  Franklin  bet  Ninth  and 
Tenth. 

Blake  George  M.,  attorney  at  law,  office  456  Eighth,  dwl  1057  Wash- 
ington. 

Blake  G.  M.  Mrs.,  private  boarding,  1057  Washington. 

Blake  John,  painter,  dwl  966  Castoo. 

Blake  Walter  W.,  painter,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 

BLAKE  &  MOFFITT'S  BUILDING,  NE  cor  Broadway  and 
Ninth. 

Blakeslee  Helen  S.,  teacher  Durant  School,  dwl  cor  Webster  and 
Seventeenth. 

Blakeslee  R.  (Logan  &  B.),  dwl  cor  Eighth  and  Washington. 

Blakeslee  Samuel  Y.  Rev.,  editor  Pacific  (S.  F.),  dwl  SW  cor  Web- 
ster and  Seventeenth. 

Blakie  G.  W.,  quarterman  C.  P.  R,  R,  W.  O. 

Blakney  Uzziel  S.,  carpenter,  dwl  408  Thirteenth. 

Blakney  William  T.,  carpenter,  dwl  408  Thirteenth. 

Blanchard  James  M.,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  W  s  Cedar  bet  Rail- 
road Av.  and  William. 

Blankman  Henry  G.,  capitalist,  dwl  Grand  Central  Hotel. 

Blankman  H.  G.  Mrs.,  dwl  1116  Alice. 

Bleecker  John,  plasterer,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-fourth  nr  Telegraph  Av.  . 

Blessing  Charles,  carpenter  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co. 

BLETHEN  JAMES  E.  (Blethen  &  Terry),  res  Brooklyn. 

BLETHEN  &  TERRY  (James  E.  Blethen  and  V.  P.  Terry),  pro- 
prietors Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  461-465  First,  office  462  First. 

Bliss  Theodore,  stevedore,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-second  bet  Curtis  and 
West. 

Bliven  James  I.  (James  I.  Bliven  &  Co.),  dwl  NE  cor  Thirteenth 
and  Franklin. 

Bliven  James  I.  &,  Co.,  Pioneer  Soda  Works  and  agents  Pacific  Con- 
gress Water,  NE  cor  Thirteenth  and  Franklin. 


All  sizes  refrigerators  and  ice  chests  for  sale  at  Gordon's,  469  Ninth. 


0. F. S—  Wheat  and  cracked  corn,  416 Ninth  nr Broadway.— 0. F. S. 


OAKLAND  B]       DIRECTORY.  109 

Block  E.  D.  (E.  D.  Block  &  Co.),  dwl  cor  Sixth  and  Harrison. 
BLOCK  E.  D.  &  CO.  (E.  D.  Block  and  G.  E.  Bennison),  dry  goods, 

cor  Broadway  and  Ninth. 
Bloom  George,  groceries  and  liquors,  NW  cor  Franklin  and  Ninth. 
Blow  Walter  W.,  bookkeeper,  dwl  759  Harrison. 
Blue  Daniel,  carpenter  Dexter  Windmill  Co.,  dwl  Eland  House. 
Blums  Jacob,  peddler,  dwl  W  s  Cedar  bet  Goss  and  Railroad  Av., 

W.  0. 
Boalt  John  H.,  attorney  at  law  (S.  F.),  dwl  SW  cor  Twelfth  and  Fil- 
bert. 
BOARD  OF  EDUCATION,  R.  E.  Cole  president,  W.  L.  Jones 

secretary,  meet  at  Council  Chamber,  City  Hall. 
BOARD  OF  HEALTH,  office  basement  City  Hall. 
BOARD  OF  PUBLIC  WORKS,  James  De  Fremery  president, 

Charles  J.  Robinson  clerk,  office  4  City  Hall. 
BOARD    OF    SUPERVISORS    COUNTY    OF    ALAMEDA, 

rooms  County  Court  House. 
BOARDMAN  BLOCK,  NW  cor  Broadway  and  Twelfth. 
Boch  Charles,  carriagemaker  Sohst  Bros.,  dwl  357  Eighth. 
Bocklemann  J.  H,  paper  hanger  Van  Embergh  &  McGovern, 
Bocqueraz  Antoine,  clerk  P.  Bocqueraz,  dwl  Second  bet  Clay  and 

Jefferson. 
BOCQUERAZ    PIERRE,  wholesale  liquors,  822  Broadway,  dwl 

Second  bet  Clay  and  Jefferson. 
Bodell  John,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  0. 
Bodell  John,  teamster,  dwl  467  Fourth. 
Bodley  S.  T.,  mason,  dwl  E  s  Center  bet  West  Ninth  and  West 

Tenth,  W.  O. 
Boehse  Charles,  dwl  812  West  Third. 

Bogart  John  M.,  stockbroker  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Walton  nr  Telegraph. 
Boggs  Bowman,  painter,  dwl  E  s  Short  bet  Cedar  and  Bay,  W.  O. 
Bohan  James,  gardener,  dwl  E  s  Poplar  bet  Twenty-eighth  and  Thir- 
tieth. 
Bohan  John,  printer  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Poplar  bet  Twenty-eighth  and 

Thirtieth. 
Bohn  Andrew,  driver  Raffo  Bros.,  dwl  809  Castro. 
Boice  Charles,  insurance  agent  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Poplar  bet  Tenth 

and  Twelfth,  W.  O. 
Boice  H,  carpenter,  dwl  403  Ninth. 
Bolles  Amos,  carpenter  and  builder,  dwl  N  s  East  Twenty-fifth  nr 

Mathews,  E.  O. 
Bollinger  John  C,  collector  and  real  estate  agent  (S.  F.),  dwl  1156 

Webster. 
BOLSER  GEORGE,  carriage  and  sign  painter,  Wood  bet  Railroad 

Av.  and  Goss,  dwl  cor  Grove  and  Second. 
Bolton  George,  barkeeper  James  W.  Ballard,  dwl  NW  cor  Wood  and 

William. 
Bolton  James  W.,  carriage  painter  Edward  Bangle,  dwl  462  Twelfth. 
BOLTON  WILLIAM,  notary  public,  office  N  s  Railroad  Av.  nr 

Pine,  dwl  Wood  bet  Seventh  and  William,  W.  O. 


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Bomler  Luretti,  teacher  French,  dwl  E  s  Oak  bet  Tenth  and  Eleventh. 

Bon  John  B.,  dwl  W  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr  Walton. 

Bond  Frederick,  teamster,  dwl  807  Alice. 

Bones  S.  W.,  conductor  local  train  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  NW  cor  East 

Eleventh  and  Twelfth  Av.,  E.  O. 
Bonesteel  A.  W.,  dwl  NE  cor  Eighth  and  Webster. 
Bonham  Jerome  (Bonham  <£•  Casey),  dwl  834  Broadway. 
Bonham  &  Casey  (Jerome  Bonham  and  James  Casey),  plumbers  and 

gasfitters,  834  Broadway. 
Boniface  Sarah  Miss,  teacher  Lafayette  Primary  School,  res  S.  F. 
Bonifield  James  T.,  stevedore,  dwl  N  s  West  Twelfth  bet  Willow 

and  Campbell,  W.  O. 
Bonjour  Henry  A.,  carpenter,  dwl  617  Sixth. 
Bonn  Frederick  Rev.,  pastor  German  Methodist  Episcopal  Church, 

dwl  S  s  Brown  bet  Grove  and  West. 
Bonney  Charles  W.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Seventeenth  bet  Market  and 

West. 
Bonney  Frank  J.,  student,  dwl  N  s  Seventeenth  bet  Market  and  West. 
Bonny  Alfred,  mariner,  dwl  W  s  Goss  bet  Cedar  and  Bay,  W.  O. 
Boogar  Philip,  dwl  862  Franklin. 
Bookmeyer  William,  shipwright  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Boone  N.,  clerk,  dwl  E  s  Kirkham  bet  Ninth  and  Twelfth,  W.  O. 
Boone  William  E.,  contractor,  dwl  220  Eleventh. 
Boop  John,  watchman  TJ.  S.  Mint  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Henry  bet  Rail- 
road Av.  and  West  Fifth. 
Booth  A.  L.,  farmer,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  West  Tenth  and  West 

Twelfth. 
Booth  George  E.,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Seward  bet  Wood 

and  Willow,  W.  O. 
Booth  James  A.,  business  manager  Oakland  Transcript,  office  911 

Broadway,  dwl  W  s  Madison  bet  Second  and  Third. 
Booth  Lucius  A.,  commission  merchant   (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Twenty- 
second  nr  Franklin. 
Booth  Mary  (widow,  colored),  dwl  W  s  Chester  bet  Railroad  Av.  and 

West  Fifth. 
Borie  Julius,  dwl  Washington  nr  Thirteenth. 
Borein  Peter  R.,  county  auditor,  office  County  Court  House,  dwl  cor 

Fifteenth  and  Jefferson. 
Borkhardt  G.  A.,  liquor  saloon,  462  Sixth. 
Borland  Annie  Miss,  dressmaker,  dwl  912  Clay. 
Borland  Archibald,  capitalist,  dwl  915  Jackson. 
Borland  James,  carpenter,  dwl  cor  Filbert  and  Twenty-first. 
Borland  Mary  Miss,  dressmaker,  dwl  912  Clay. 
Bornand  P.  E.,  principal  Preparatory  School  State  University,  Twelfth 

bet  Alice  and  Harrison,  dwl  cor  Telegraph  and  Cleveland  avs. 
Bortrue  David  E.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  William  bet  Pine 

and  Cedar. 
Bosley  George,  dwl  W  s  Kirkham  nr  West  Twelfth. 
Boster  William,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Filbert  bet  West  Eighth  and 
West  Tenth. 


GORDON'S  Ice  Cream  Manufactory,  469  Ninth  Street,  Oakland. 


Oil-cake  meal  and  ground  barley,  416  Ninth  Street  near  Bdwy. 


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Boswell  Aaron,  tinsmith,  dwl  N  s  William  bet  Cedar  and  Bay. 
Boswell  Delia  (widow),  dwl  cor  Eighth  and  Willow,  W.  O. 
Boswell  Edward,  scissors  grinder,  dwl  cor  Eighth  and  Willow,  W.  O. 
Boswell  Harry,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  0. 
Boswell  Jane  (widow),  astrologist,  dwl  N  s  William  bet  Cedar  and 

Bay. 
Boswell  Josiah,  scissors  grinder,  dwl  NW  cor  Eighth  and  Willow, 

w.  o. 

Bothwell  James,  blacksmith,  dwl  S  s  Eighteenth  bet  West  and  Market. 
Botts  Charles  T.,  attorney  at  law  (S.  E.),  dwl  NW  cor  Jackson  and 

Tenth. 
Boucher  Ella  M.  (widow),  dwl  1011  Brash. 
Boullet  Louisa  Mme.,  dwl  404  Fifth. 

Bourgin  Peter,  blacksmith  and  machinist,  660  Washington. 
Bourgin  Peter  Jr.,  blacksmith,  dwl  660  Washington. 
Bouton  William  S.,  stair  builder  George  M.  Blair,  dwl  W  s  Filbert 

nr  Twenty-eighth. 

Boutry ,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 

Bowen  Brothers  (Pardon  M.  and  Charles  E.},  wholesale  and  retail 

groceries,  wines,  and  liquors,  467  Twelfth  and  468  Eleventh  bet 

Broadway  and  Washington. 
Bowen  Charles  A.,  carpenter,  dwl  653  Washington. 
Bowen  Charles  E.  (Bowen  Brothers),  res  San  Francisco. 
Bowen  John,  farmer,  Park  Av.  nr  town  line,  E.  O. 
Bowen  Pardon  M.  (Bowen  Brothers),  dwl  SW  cor  Fourteenth  and 

Clay. 
Bowen  Samuel  W.,  bookkeeper,  dwl  656  Jackson. 
Bowen  Thomas  W.,  mining,  dwl  312  Fifth  nr  Webster. 
Bower  R.  W.,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  Ninth  and  Twelfth, 

W.  O. 
Bowers  S.  T.,  bricklayer,  dwl  562  Sixth. 
Bowers  Warren  O.,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  W  s  Campbell  bet 

Railroad  Av.  and  William. 
Bowie  George  W.  (Bowie  &  Br  early),  dwl  Grand  Central  Hotel. 
BOWIE  &  BR E ARTY  (George  W.  Bowie  and  Frank  J.  Brearty), 

attorneys  at  law,  office  1004  Broadway. 
Bowman  Benjamin, clerk, dwl  E  s  Market  bet  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth. 
Bowman  Charles  H.,  clerk  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  12  Pine,  Pearson's  Row, 

W.  O. 
Bowman  George  S.,  real  estate  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Fourth  Av.  bet  East 

Fifteenth  and  East  Sixteenth,  E.  O. 
BOWMAN  HENRY,  druggist  and  apothecary,  913  Broadway,  dwl 

E  s  Franklin  nr  Sixteenth. 
Bowman  J.,  hairdressing  saloon,  853  Broadway,  dwl  cor  Third  and 

Broadway. 
Bowser  Samuel,  porter  William  S.  Searing,  res  Temescal. 
Boy  F.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Boyce  D.,  carpenter  Buxmham,  Standeford  &  Co. 
Boyd    E.,   salesman  James  Price,  dwl  Harrison  bet  Seventh  and 

Eighth. 


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E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  953  Broadway,  Oakland  Real  Estate. 


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Boyd  William  M.,  dwl  N  s  Plymouth  Av.  bet  Broadway  and  Tele- 
graph Av. 

Boy er  Edward,  carpenter,  dwl  717  Sixth. 

Boyle  A.  Mi's.,  laundress,  dwl  370  Second. 

Boyle  Edward  F.,  watchman  U.  S.  Mint  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet 
Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 

Boyle  John,  gardener  A.  M.  Burns,  dwl  NW  cor  West  Twelfth  and 
Linden. 

Boyle  Mary  Miss,  compositor  Daily  News,  dwl  370  Second. 

Boyle  Patrick,  stableman  Bela  Wellman,  S  s  Adams  Av.  bet  town 
line  and  Fruit  Vale. 

Boynden  C.  A.,  carpenter  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co. 

Boynton  C.  A.,  sash  and  blindmaker,  dwl  Overland  House. 

Boynton  Samuel  S.,  clerk  John  Terney,  dwl  Eighth  bet  Washington 
and  Clay. 

Bozanti  George,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine  and  Wood, 

w.  o. 

Bozing  Nathaniel,  silver  plater,  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Willow  and 
Campbell,  W.  O. 

Brace  Edward,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  bet  Eighth  and  Tenth,  W.  O. 

Bradbury  F.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 

Bradbury  Thomas,  farm  hand,  dwl  Thirty-sixth  nr  Adeline. 

Bradford  A.  C,  clerk,  dwl  1061  Grove. 

Bradford  A.  C.  Jr.,  student,  dwl  1061  Grove. 

Bradford  Elizabeth  (widow),  dwl  1061  Grove. 

Bradford  James,  foreman  pile  driver  C.  P.  R.  P.,  dwl  Railroad  Ex- 
change, W.  O. 

Bradford  J.  W.,  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  Ninth  and  Twelfth,  W.  O. 

Bradford  Louis  M.,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R,  dwl  403  Ninth. 

Bradford  Oscar  F.,  carpenter,  dwl  838  Broadway. 

Bradford  W.  B.,  physician,  dwl  613  Thirteenth. 

Bradley  A.,  clerk,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Adeline  and  Union. 

Bradley  Charles,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R,  dwl  1114  Tenth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Bradley  Charles,  painter  Farwell  &  Garrigan,  dwl  1109  Franklin. 

Bradley  Charles  H,  painter,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

Bradley  Cornelius  B.,  vice-principal  High  and  Irving  Grammar 
School,  dwl  Fifteenth  bet  Jefferson  and  Clay. 

Bradley  Henry  P.,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,dwl  1069  Thirteenth  Av.,E.  O. 

Bradley  James,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  415  Seventh. 

Bradley  John  T.,  broker  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Fourteenth  bet  Webster 
and  Franklin. 

Bradley  Maria  (widow),  dwl  358  Fourth. 

Bradley  Thomas,  tinsmith  James  Dalziel,  dwl  358  Fourth. 

Bradley  William,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R,  W.  O. 

Bradshaw  Timothy  P.,  dwl  821  Filbert. 

Bradslee  John,  stableman  Oakland  Railroad  Co. 

BRADWAY  JOSEPH  R.  (Baldwin,  Reilay  &  B.J,  physician  and 
surgeon,  office  1059  Broadway,  dwl  1113  Jefferson. 

Brady  John,  painter  Farwell  &  Garrigan,  dwl  W  s  Linden  bet  West 
First  and  West  Third. 


J.  S.  G.  GORDON,  agent  for  Napa  Soda  Springs.    469  Ninth  Street. 


0.  P.  S—  Extra  family  and  Graham  flour,  116  Ninth  nr  B&wy— 0.  P.  S. 


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Brady  Philip,  engineer,  dwl  W  s  Goss  bet  Cedar  and  Bay,  W.  O. 

Brady  Terrence,  gasfitter  Lynde  &  Howard,  dwl  812  Castro. 

Braham  Edward,  machinist,  dwl  S  s  Eighth  bet  Willow  and  Camp- 
bell, W.  0. 

Brainard  George  W.,  druggist,  dwl  223  Fifth. 

Bralley  Patrick,  hairdresser  E.  Mosca,  dwl  S  s  Seventeenth  bet  Mar- 
ket and  West. 

Branch  A.  H.,  carpenter,  dwl  327  Eleventh. 

Brandel  F.,  plumber,  dwl  838  Broadway.  .  y^ 

Brandt  Louis,  upholsterer,  dwl  466  Sixth. 

BRANNAN  DANIEL,  proprietor  San  Antonio  Pioneer  Pottery, 
SE  cor  Seventeenth  Av.  and  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Brannan  James,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

Brannan  John,  carpenter,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 

Brannan  John,  laborer  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co. 

Brannan  Thomas,  farmer,  dwl  216  Eighth. 

Branson  Ware,  sailmaker,  dwl  W  s  Filbert  bet  West  Third  and  West 
Fifth. 

Branstetter  Joseph,  bakery,  908  Broadway. 

Braun  C,  dwl  264  Eleventh. 

Braun  C.  H.  F.,  cashier  B.  Davidson  &  Co.  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Railroad 
Av.  bet  Center  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 

Bray  H.,  farmer,  dwl  Thirtieth  nr  Chestnut. 

Bray  Watson  A.  (Bray  Bros.,  S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Adams  Av.  bet  town 
line  and  Fruit  Yale. 

Braymer  William,  foreman  stables  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co., 

Brayton  Edward,  cai-penter,  dwl  N  s  Taylor  bet  Wood  and  Willow, 
W.  O. 

BRAYTON  HALL,  SE  cor  Twelfth  and  Webster. 

Brayton  J.  H.  (widow),  dwl  W  s  Alice  nr  Lake  Menitt. 

Brazill  John,  groceries  and  liquors,  SW  cor  Lydia  and  West. 

Brearty  Frank  J.  (Bowie  &•  B.J,  attorney  at  law,  office  1004  Broad- 
way, dwl  610  Ninth. 

Breckley  W.  J.,  porter  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Wood  bet  Chase  and  Taylor, 
W.  O. 

BREDHOFF  CHARLES,  proprietor  Washington  Brewery,  NE  cor 
Broadway  and  Sixth,  dwl  663  Sixth. 

Bree  F.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Thirteenth  bet  Wood  and  Willow, 
W.  O. 

Breen -Catharine  Mrs.,  dwl  458  Fifth. 

Breen  Edward,  student,  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Kirkham  and  Center, 
W.  O. 

Breen  John,  cigars  and  tobacco,  830  Broadway,  dwl  828  Broadway. 

Breen  Patrick,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Brehm  Rudolf  W.,  wood  turner,  dwl  N  s  Thirteenth  bet  Wood  and 
Willow,  W.  O. 

Bremer  William,  stable  keeper  Alameda  Grading  Co.,  dwl  NE  cor 
East  Eleventh  and  Eighth  Av.,  E.  O. 

BRENDEL  CRIS,  agent  National  Brewery  (S.  F.),  depot  412  Tenth, 
dwl  cor  Washington  and  Third. 


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OAKLAND  ]3]       DIRECTORY. 


Brendle  George,  carpenter  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co. 

Breiman  Daniel,  car  cleaner  C.  P.  B.  B.,  dwl  Lewis  bet  Fourth  and 
Fifth. 

Breiman  John,  driver  Palmer  &  Co.,  dwl  410  Ninth. 

Brennen  John,  bricklayer,  dwl  1012  West  Third. 

Brennen  John,  laborer  C.  P.  B.  B.,  dwl  W  s  Lewis  bet  "West  Third 
and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 

Brennen  John,  machinist  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co.,  dwl  Overland 
House. 

Brennen  William,  laborer  C.  P.  B.  B.,  dwl  W  s  Lewis  bet  West 
Third  and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 

Brensel  John,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Parknr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Brentano  Max,  dwl  316  Third. 

Brerty  D.,  blacksmith  Henry  Hollis,  dwl  1010  Franklin. 

Breslin  P.,  gardener,  dwl  W  s  Market  bet  Seventeenth  and  Eight- 
eenth. 

Bressand  Claud,  dwl  781  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Brestenham  John,  teamster  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co. 

Brett  James,  engineer,  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  West  Ninth  and  West 
Twelfth,  W.  O. 

Brett  John  B.,  mining  superintendent,  dwl  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Grove 
and  Castro. 

Brettonier  Frank  H,  machinist,  dwl  Eastern  Hotel,  E.  O. 

Breuer  Henry,  bookkeeper  Kramm  &  Dieves,  dwl  NE  cor  Broadway 
and  Ninth. 

Brewer  John  H,  attorney  at  law  (S.  F.),  dwl  578  Thirteenth. 

Brewster  F.  T.,  U.  S.  Ganger,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  Eighteenth  and 
Twentieth. 

Brian  Octavia  (widow),  laundress,  dwl  708  Franklin. 

Briant  Joseph,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  West  Eighth  bet  Wood  and  Wil- 
low, W.  O. 

Briarty  T.  J.,  laborer,  dwl  W  s  Kirkham  bet  Eighth  and  Ninth, 

w.  o. 

Bridgeman  Caleb  C,  carpenter,  dwl  1006  West  Third. 

Brien  L.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Kirkham  and  Cen- 
ter, W.  O. 

Brier  Kirk  W.,  private  school,  dwl  Hobart  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Brier  C,  cashier  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  dwl  N  s  Charter  nr  Tele- 
graph Av. 

Brier  Thomas,  laborer,  dwl  Thirty-fourth  nr  Adeline. 

Briggs  David  N.,  molder  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  N  s  Seward  bet  Wood 
and  Bine,  W.  O. 

Briggs  J.,  carpenter,  dwl  1021  Franklin. 

Briggs  Mary  J.  Mrs.,  music  teacher,  dwl  734  Linden. 

Briggs  B.  S.,  mason  C.  P.  B.  B.,  dwl  621  Sixth. 

Briggs  Samuel,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Kirkham  and  Center, 
W.  0. 

Briggs  William  L.,  carpenter,  dwl  734  Linden. 

Brigham  Calvin  O.,  merchant  (S.  F),  dwl  1019  Oak. 

Brink  E.  P.,  carpenter  and  builder,  dwl  569  Fifth. 


NAPA  SODA  is  recommended  by  physicians  as  healthful  drinking. 


0.  P. S—  Wheat  and  cracked  com,  416  Ninth  St.  nr  Broadway— 0.  P.  S. 


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BRINK  M.,  hatter.  925  Broadway,  dwl  E  s  San  Pablo  Av.  bet  Sev- 
enteenth and  Eighteenth. 

Brink  Porter,  carpenter,  dwl  .i69  Fifth. 

Briones  Brothers  (Gabriel  and  Ramon),  hairdressers,  844  Broadway. 

Briones  Cesario,  driver  Engine  <  '<>.  No.  2,  O.  F.  D.,  dwl  460  Fifth. 

Briones  Gabriel  (Briones  Jims.  J,  dwl  460  Fifth. 

Briones  Kate  Miss,  dressmaker,  dwl  460  Fifth. 

Briones  Ramon  (Briones  Bros.),  dwl  460  Fifth. 

Britt  Michael,  laborer  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co. 

Britton  Edward,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  West  Fourteenth  bet  Linden 
and  Filbert. 

Britton  John  A.,  collector  CmV  as  Light  Co.,  dwl  470  Eighth. 

Brittorm  F.,  laborer  Contra  Cost)    Water  I 

Broad  Charles  (Cor/tor  &  11.  I,  dw    503  Eleventh. 

Broadbent  K.,  mining,  dwl  S  s  W<       Eleventh  bet  Center  and  Kirk-    |  tsj 
ham,  W.  O. 

Broadhead  F.,  hostler,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 


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Broadwav  Arthur,  laborer,  dwl  NW  cor  Twenty-first  Av.  and  East      g 

Twenty-fifth,  E.  O. 
BROADWAY  BLOCK,  W  s  Broadwav  bet  Eleventh  and  Twelfth. 
BROADWAY  HALL,  1055  Broadwav. 
Broadwav  John  H.,  farm  hand  Gen;  Williams,  dwl  W  s  Thirteenth 

Av.  N  of  East  Thirty-fifth,  E.  O. 
Broadway  Wharf,  foot  of  Broadway. 

Broadwell  Caleb  B.,  carpenter  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  522  Eighth. 
Broadwell  Melville,  carpenter,  dwl  835  Clay. 
Brock  Charles  F.,  carpenter,  dwl  Golden  Star  Restaurant. 
Brock  George,  house  painter  J.  E.  How. 
Brock  Joseph  M.,  hardware  merchant,  dwl  S  s  Twentieth  nr  New 

Broadway. 
Brockhage  John  F.,  clerk,  dwl  S  s  Eighteenth  bet  Brush  and  West.     ^ 
Brockhurst  Samuel,  dwl  772  Tenth.  tJ 

Broder  N,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  West  Ninth  and  West      ^ 

Twelfth,  W.  O.  .  g 

Broderick  Patrick,  laborer  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co.,  dwl  813  Fil-    '.  *** 

bert.  ^ 

Brodowskv  Kate  (widow),  dwl  S  s  West   Eighth  bet  Campbell  and      kjf 

Willow,  W.  O. 
Brodt  A.  W..  school  teacher,  dwl  cor  Washington  and  Thirteenth. 
Brodt  A.  W.  Mrs.,  teacher  drawing  Public  Schools,  dwl  cor  Wash- 
ington and  Thirteenth. 
Brogan  Michael,  laborer,  dwl  416  Seventh. 
Brogan  Patrick,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R..  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 
Brogan  Thomas,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  E  s  Henry  bet  West  Third 

and  West  Fifth. 
Bromley  Charles,  clerk  Grosso  a-  May,  dwl  76o  Jackson. 
Bromley  John  L.,  collector  Oakland  Transcript,  office  'J  11  Broadway, 

dwl  S  s  Fifth  bet  Franklin  and  Webster. 
Bromley  William  L.,  dwl  763  Jackson. 
Bromley  William  (Broml  .■/•<•  Grijfin),dwl  cor  Twelfth  and  Broadway. 


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E.  W.  WOOLWAED  &  CO.,  Agents  Royal  Ins.  Co.,  Capital  $14,000,000. 


116  OAKLAND       DIRECTORY. 


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File  Hats  &  Caps. 

THE  LATEST  STYLES  ALWAYS  ON  HAND. 


925    BROADWAY, 

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AUGUSTUS    H.  BUEHREN, 


JEWELER  &,  ENGRAVER 

1005    BROADWAY, 

Between   Tenth  and   Eleventh   Streets,   OAKLAND. 

DIAMONDS,  FINE  'WATCHES,  JEWELRY, 

Coin  Silver  Ware,  Spectacles,  Clocks,  etc. 

Constantly  on  hand,  and  sold  at  the  lowest  rates. 

BffTSpecial  attention   paid   to   Repairing  and   Regulating  Fine    Chro- 
nometers,   Watches  and  Clocks. 
Jewelry  and  Hair  Jewelry  made  to  order  and  Repaired. 


J.  S.  G.  GORDON,  wholesale  and  retail  dealer  in  ice.    469  Ninth  St. 


0.  P.  S—  Whole  barley  and  corn,  416  Ninth  St.  near  Bdwy— 0.  F.  S. 


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Bromley  William  P.,  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  NE  cor  Sixth  A  v.  and  East 
Tenth,  E.  O. 

Bromley  &  Griffin  (William  Bromley  and  John  S.  Griffin),  second- 
hand furniture,  1052  Broadway. 

Brook  C  L.,  carpenter,  dwl  838  Broadway. 

Brook  George,  carpenter,  dwl  838  Broadway. 

Brook  German  (Chambers  &  B.),  dwl  SE  cor  Twenty-fourth  and 
Telegraph  Av. 

Brooklyn  and  Fruit  Vale  Railroad  Co.,  E.  C.  Sessions  secretary, 
office  460  Eighth. 

Brooklyn  Brewery,  Keller  &  Stevens  proprietors,  SW  cor  Eighteenth 
Av.  and  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 

BROOKLYN,  FRUIT  VALE,  AND  SAN  FRANCISCO  EX- 
PRESS, Steere  &  Colby  proprietors,  office  SE  cor  East  Twelfth 
and  Thirteenth  Av.,  E.  O. 

BROOKLYN  HALL,  NE  cor  Thirteenth  Av.  and  East  Eleventh,  E.  O. 

Brooklyn  Hotel,  Mrs.  C.  Lindsay  proprietress,  600  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Brooklyn  Metallurgical  Works,  Henry  H.  Eames  general  superin- 
tendent, SE  cor  East  Tenth  and  Second  Av.,  E.  O. 

Brooklyn  Nursery,  John  Carey  proprietor,  W  s  Thirteenth  Av.  bet 
East  Seventeenth  and  Eighteenth,  E.  O. 

Brooklyn  Tannery,  Crist  &  Rued  proprietors,  NE  cor  Twenty-first 
Av.  and  East  Twelfth,  E.  O.,  office  417  Battery  (S.  F.). 

Brooks  F.  E.,  student  James  M.  Selfridge,  dwl  1068  Broadway. 

Brooks  Frank  H,  deputy  county  recorder,  dwl  713  Tenth. 

Brooks  James  M.,  clerk  J.  J.  Hanifin,  851  Broadway,  dwl  Cosmo- 
politan House. 

Brooks  John,  carpenter,  dwl  410  Tenth. 

Brooks  John,  carpenter,  dwl  517  Ninth. 

Brooks  Thomas,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Henry  bet  West  Third  and  West 
Fourth,  W.  O. 

Brooks  William  E.,  dentist  Lefevre  &,  Reeves,  dwl  1063  Clay. 

Brotherton  George,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Brough  C.  A.,  dwl  768  Twelfth. 

Brouse  John,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Union  nr  Thirtieth. 

Brower  A.  B.,  baker  N.  Williams,  dwl  463  Seventh. 

Brower  Louis  I.,  baker  N.  Williams,  dwl  463  Seventh. 

Brown ,  carpenter,  dwl  1054  Franklin. 

Brown  A.  B.,  collector,  dwl  Thirty-fifth  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Brown  Abraham  C,  real  estate,  dwl  W  s  Telegraph  Av.  bet  Brown 
and  Waller. 

Brown  Abraham  C.  Jr.  (Brown  Brothers),  dwl  W  s  Telegraph  Av. 
bet  Brown  and  Walton. 

Brown  Adeline  (widow),  dwl  S  s  West  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirk- 
ham,  W.  O. 

Brown  A.  J.,  carpenter,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 

Brown  Arthur,  clerk,  dwl  NE  cor  Eighth  and  Webster. 

Brown  Arthur,  superintendent  bridge  construction  C.  P.  R.  R.,  of- 
fice W  s  Pine  nr  Atlantic,  W.  O.,  dwl  W  s  Filbert  bet  West 
Tenth  and  West  Twelfth. 


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118  OAKLAND  g]       DIRECTORY. 

Brown  Bowman,  dwl  869  "Washington. 

Brown  Brainard  O,  reporter,  dwl  E  s  Webster  bet  Fifteenth  and 
Sixteenth. 

BROWN  BROS.  (Abraham  C.  Jr.,  Frederick  F.,  and  George  T.), 
grocers  and  manufacturers  of  Brown's  Yeast  Powder,  NW  cor 
Telegraph  A  v.  and  Brown. 

Brown  Charles,  teamster  Keller  &  Stevens,  dwl  SW  cor  Eighteenth 
Av.  and  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 

Brown  Charles  M.,  poultry  dealer,  dwl  NW  cor  Fifteenth  Av.  and 
East  Sixteenth,  E.  O. 

Brown  Christopher,  laborer  Shannon  &,  Brown,  dwl  416  Seventh. 

Brown  Dudley  O,  tailor,  dwl  510  Fifth. 

Brown  Edward  A.,  watchman  Lewis  P.  Berger,  dwl  557  Eighth. 

Brown  Edward  M.,  mariner,  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Center  and  Kirk- 
ham,  W.  0. 

Brown  E.  H.,  painter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Brown  Elisha  C,  dwl  510  Fifth. 

Brown  Eliza  Miss,  teacher  music  Public  Schools,  res  San  Francisco. 

Brown  Ezekiel,  peat  manufacturer,  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av.  bet  Seven- 
teenth and  Eighteenth. 

Brown  Ferdinand,  liquor  saloon,  SW  cor  Sixteenth  Av.  and  East 
Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Brown  F.  G,.  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Kirkham  and 
Poplar. 

Brown  F.  G.,  painter,  dwl  E  s  Short  bet  Cedar  and  Bay,  W.  O. 

Brown  Francis,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  West  Fifth  bet  Chester 
and  Center. 

Brown  Francis  A.,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Twelfth  Av.  bet  East  Six- 
teenth and  Seventeenth,  E.  O. 

Brown  Frank,  engineer,  Grand  Central  Hotel. 

Brown  Frederick  F.  (Brown  Bros.),  dwl  N  s  Brown  nr  Telegraph  A  v. 

Brown  George  (colored),  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  East  Thirty-hfth  nr 
Thirteenth  Av.,  E.  0. 

Brown  George  S.  (George  S.  Broion  &  Co.),  dwl  NE  cor  Eighth  and 
Webster. 

BROWN  GEORGE  S.  &  CO.  (George  S.  and  J.  W.  Broion),  whole- 
sale and  retail  hardware,  927  Broadway. 

Brown  George  T.  (Brown  Bros.),  dwl  N  s  Brown  nr  Telegraph  A  v. 

Brown  Harry  R.,  telegraph  operator  Western  Union  Telegraph  Co., 
dwl  316  Tenth. 

Brown  Harvey  S.,  attorney  at  law  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Filbert  bet  West 
Eighth  and  West  Tenth. 

Brown  Hemy  A.,  carriage  painter  Jacob  Frederick,  dwl  NW  cor 
Tenth  and  Franklin. 

Brown  Henry  J.,  dwl  N  s  West  Twelfth  bet  Wood  and  Willlow, 
W.  O. 

Brown  J.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 

Brown  J.  K.,  captain  stm  Alameda,  res  San  Francisco, 

Brown  John  A.,  clerk  Post-office  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  West  Third  bet 
Chester  and  Center,  W.  O., 


GORDON'S  ice  wagons  supply  families  in  Oakland  and  Alameda. 


0.  P.  S—  Oregon  oats  and  ground  barley,  416  Ninth  Street— 0.  P.  S. 


OAKLAND  g  ]       DIRECTORY.  119 

Brown  James  (Shannon  <b  £.),  dwl  416  Fifth. 

Brown  James,  butcher,  dwl  Linden  bet  Twenty-eighth  and  Thir- 
tieth. 
Brown  James,  laborer  C.  P.  R,  B.,  W.  O. 
Brown  James,  teamster,  dwl  NE  cor  Seventh  and  West. 
Brown  James  B.,  salesman  Ghirardelli  &  Petar,  dwl  509  Eighth. 
Brown  J.  B.,  gardener,  dwl  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 
Brown  J.  C,  first  officer  Swing  Crew  C.  P.  R.  B.,  Oakland  Ferry 

Wharf. 
BBOWN  J.   L.,  assistant  cashier  Bank  of  California  (S.  F.),  dwl 

Grand  Central  Hotel. 
Brown  J.  M.,  dwl  954  Broadway. 
Brown  John,  laborer,  W  s  Seventeenth  Av.  bet  East  Twelfth  and 

Fourteenth,  E.  0. 
Brown  John,  stableman  James  Forrester,  dwl  E  s  Franklin  nr  Third. 
Brown  John  F.,  dwl  E  s  Twelfth  Av.  bet  East  Sixteenth  and  East 

Seventeenth,  E.  O. 
Brown  John  H.  (colored),  whitener,  dwl  658  East  Fifteenth,  E.  0. 
Brown  Joseph,  dwl  E  s  Twelfth  Av.  bet  East  Sixteenth  and  East 

Seventeenth,  E.  O. 
Brown  Joseph,  dwl  670  East  Eleventh,  E.  O. 
Brown  J.  W.  (George  S.  Brown  it  Co.),  res  San  Francisco. 
Brown  L.  D.,  dwl  963  Castro. 
Brown  Newman  A.,  magnetic  healer,  dwl  W  s  Eighth  Av.  bet  East 

Fifteenth  and  East  Sixteenth. 
Brown  O.  D.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R,  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Whaif. 
Brown  Peter,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Lydia  nr  Market. 
Brown  B.,  clerk,  dwl  S  s  Fourteenth  nr  Market. 
Brown  Richard  T.,  bricklayer,  dwl  677  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Brown  Poland  G.,  general  agent  Grover  k  Baker  Sewing  Machines 

(S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Jackson  bet  Durant  and  Lake  Av. 
Brown  Susannah  (widow,  colored),  dwl  Union  nr  Thirteenth. 
Brown  Thomas,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Seventh  bet  Brush  and  Market. 
Brown  William,  clerk  Moses  G.  Morse,  902  Broadway. 
Brown  William,  clerk  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Brown  William,  furniture  repairer,  dwl  West  Twelfth  bet  Center 

and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Brown  William,  house  painter,  716  Broadway. 
Brown  William,  mariner,  dwl  NE  cor  Curtis  and  Twentieth. 
Brown  William  B.,  printer,  dwl  969  Washington. 
Brown  William  H.,  metallurgist,  dwl  NE  cor  Curtis  and  Twentieth. 
Brown  William  Henry,  paperhanger  C.  L.  Taylor,  dwl  Fourteenth 

Av.  bet  East  Sixteenth  and  East  Seventeenth,  E.  O. 
Browne  Gustavus  R.  A.,  mining,  dwl  1*015  Sixth  Av.,  E.  O. 
Browne  J.  Ross,  real  estate  (S.  F.),  dwl  Pagoda  Hill,  Yernon  Park, 

nr  Temescal. 
Browning  B.  (Browning  &  Thornton),  dwl  SW  cor  Twenty-first  and 

Brush. 
Browning  &  Thornton  (B.  Browning  &•  A.  M.  Thornton),  agents 

Victor  Sewing  Machine,  1063  Broadway. 


STKICKLAND  &  CO.  solicit  a  share  of  your  custom  at  their  store. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  suburban  unimproved  property  for  sale. 


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OAKLAND  £]       DIRECTORY. 


Brownstone  S.,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Poplar  bet  West  Tenth  and  West 
Twelfth,  W.  O. 

Broyson  James,  ship  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Taylor  bet  Pine  and  Wood, 
W.  O. 

Bruce  Alexander,  tinsmith  James  Dalziel,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 

Bruce  Henry,  shipwright  C.  P.  R.  P.,  W.  O. 

Bruce  Samuel  J.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Fil- 
bert and  Linden. 

Bruce  Thomas  N.,  contractor,  dwl  E  s  Linden  bet  West  Eighth  and 
West  Tenth,  W.  O. 

Bruguiere  John,  secretary  Pacific  Borax  Co.  (S.  F.),  dwl  960  Clay. 

Bruguiere  L.  L.,  dwl  960  Clay. 

Bruguiere  Louis,  cabinetmaker,  dwl  960  Clay. 

Brule  A.,  driver  Oakland  Railroad  Co. 

Bran  Adolph,  farm  hand  J.  S.  Emery,  cor  San  Pablo  and  Park  avs. 

Bruning  Annie  (widow),  lodgings,  dwl  E  s  Lewis  bet  West  Fifth  and 
Railroad  Av.,  W.  O. 

Bruning  Henry  F.  (Bruning  Bros.),  dwl  833  Broadway. 

Bruning  John  H.  (Bruning  Bros.),  dwl  833  Broadway. 

Bruning  Brothers  (John  H.  and  Henry  F.),  confectioners,  833  Broad- 
way. 

Brunjes  Frederick  (H.  Turn  Suden  <£.•  Co.),  dwl  S  s  East  Fifteenth  bet 
Eleventh  and  Twelfth  avs,  E.  O. 

Branner  Benjamin,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Eleventh  bet  Castro  and 
Grove. 

Branson  Peter,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirk- 
ham,  W.  O. 

Bry  Frederic,  laborer,  dwl  303  Second. 

Bryan  Archy  C,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Henry  bet  Railroad  Av.  and 
West  Fifth. 

Bryan  John,  lumberman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Center 
and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 

Bryant  A.  S.,  lumber  dealer  (S.  F.),  dwl  661  Third. 

Bryant  Daniel  S.,  merchant, dwl  NWcor  Telegraph  Av. and  Sycamore. 

Bryant  Frederick,  jailor,  County  Jail. 

Bryant  Joseph  H,  artist,  dwl  S  s  West  Twelfth  nr  Filbert. 

Bryant  L.,  laborer,  dwl  424  Twelfth. 

Bryson  G.,  painter,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

Bryson  Peter,  teamster,  W  s  Brush  bet  Sixth  and  Seventh. 

Bryson  William,  ticket  clerk  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf, 
dwl  461  Ninth. 

Buchanan  Alexander,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange, 
W.  O. 

Buchanan  F.  E.,  insurance  agent,  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Kirkham  and 
Center,  W.  O. 

Buchanan  James,  painter  C.  P.  R'  R.,  W.  O. 

Buchanan  Philander  G.  Rev.,  dwl  E  s  New  Broadway  bet  Twenti- 
eth and  Twenty-first. 

Buck  Carl  P.  A.,  commission  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Logan  West 
Telegraph  A  v. 


Plain  and  fancy  ice  cream  made  to  order  at  GORDON'S,  469  Ninth  St. 


0. P. S—  Hay,  ground  feed,  and  grain,  416  Ninth  near  Bdwy— 0.  P.  S. 


OAKLAND  g]       DIRECTORY.  121 

Buck   Ephraim  W.,  physician  and  surgeon,  office  and  dwl    1011 

Webster. 
Buck  P.,  hostler,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 
Buckelew  Joanna  B.  (widow),  dwl  1ST  s  Brown  bet  Grove  and  West. 
Buckelew  Joseph,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  West. 
Buckhardt  A.  H.,  bricklayer  Manhattan  Marble  Co.,  dwl  NW  cor 

Sixteenth  and  Jefferson. 
Buckland  Wallace  O.,  manager  Newland's  Hotel,  NE  cor  Seventh 

and  Washington. 
Buckleman  Henry,  kalsominer,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 
Buckley  Daniel,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  P.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Buckley  Horace  F.,  laborer,  dwl  1168  Eighth  Av.,  E.  O. 
Buckley  Joseph  L.,  painter  Bangle  &  Chase,  dwl  Union  Hotel,  E.  O. 
Buckley  T.,  painter  Bangle  <k  Chase,  dwl  Union  Hotel,  E.  O. 
Buckley  Thomas,  dwl  S  s  West  Fourteenth  bet  Linden  and  Filbert. 
Buckner  Mary  (colored),  cook  Jesse  S.  Wall,  SW  cor  Tenth  and  Clay. 
Buddemer  Louis  H.,  gasfitter  Robert  Dalziel,  dwl  673  Tenth. 
Budger  F.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Kirkham  bet  West  Eighth  and 

West  Ninth,  W.  O. 
BUEHREN  AUGUSTUS  H,  watches,  jewelery,  clocks,  and  silver- 
ware, 1005  Broadway,  dwl  W  s  Eighth  Av.  bet  East  Seventeenth 

and  East  Eighteenth,  E.  O. 
Buehren  Mary  E.  Miss,  hair  jewelry,  and  wreathmaker  A.  H.  Bueh- 

ren,  dwl  W  s  Eighth  Av.  bet  East  Seventeenth  and  East  Eight- 
eenth, E.  O. 
Buehren  William  Rev.,  pastor  First  German  Presbyterian  Church, 

dwl  W  s  Eighth  Av.  bet  East  Seventeenth  and  East  Eighteenth, 

E.  O. 
Buel  Frederick  Mrs.  (widow),  dwl  363  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Buel  Hattie  Miss,  teacher,  dwl  363  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Buel  H.  A.  Miss,  teacher  Swett  School,  E.  O. 
Buelna  Aniceto,  dwl  NW  cor  Seventeenth  Av.  and  East  Twelfth, 

E.  O. 
Bugbee  C.  L.,  architect,  dwl  N  s  Fifteenth  bet  Clay  and  San  Pablo 

Av. 
Bugbee  George  E.,  sampler  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Wood  bet  Chase  and 

Taylor,  W.  O. 
Buhleer  A.,  baker  Paul  &  Heyer,  dwl  815  Broadway. 
Buhler  F.  E.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Market  bet  Ninth  and  Tenth. 
Buhrly  Charles  B.,  teamster,  dwl  Union  Hotel,  E.  O. 
BUHSEN  DIEDRICH,  groceries  and  liquors,  SW  cor  Railroad 

Av.  and  Pine. 
Buhsen  Nicholas  D.,  clerk  Diedrick  Buhsen,  dwl  SW  cor  Railroad 

Av.  and  Pine. 
Building  &  Loan  Association,  C.  W.  Armes  president,  F.  S.  Page 

secretary,  office  1007  Broadway. 
Bulger  Andrew,  printer,  dwl  E  s  Wood  bet  Taylor  and  Chase,  W.  O. 
Bulkley  K.  A.  (widow),  dwl  259  Eighth. 
Bullock  John  C.  (Bullock  &  Schuler),  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and 

Cedar,  W.  O. 


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We  sell  as  cheap  as  any  store  in  San  Prancisco— STRICKLAND  &  CO. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  958  Broadway,  Oakland  Keal  Estate. 


122  OAKLAND  ]3]       DIRECTORY. 

Bullock  &  Sclmler  (John  Bullock  and  Ennis  Schuler),  tin,  copper, 
and  sheet  ironware,  N"  s  Railroad  A  v.  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W  0. 

Bumbaugli  Albert,  painter,  dwl  729  Eighth. 

Bumbangh  C.  M.,  painter,  dwl  729  Eighth. 

Bumbaugli  Edwin,  painter,  dwl  729  Eighth. 

Bunce  Franklin,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirk- 
ham,  W.  O. 

Bundock  Henry  (Bundock  &  Co.),  SE  cor  Thirteenth  Av.  and  East 
Thirty-fourth,  E.  0. 

Bundock  Henry  F.  (Bundock  &  Co.),  dwl  N  s  East  Twelfth  bet  Six- 
teenth and  Seventeenth  avs,  E.  O. 

Bundock  Samuel  ( Bundock  &  Co.),  dwl  N  s  East  Twelfth  bet  Six- 
teenth and  Seventeenth  avs,  E.  O. 

Bundock  <fe  Co.  (Henry,  Samuel,  and  Henry  F.  Bundock),  pottery, 
SW  cor  Nineteenth  Av.  and  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Bunker  Isaiah,  proprietor  Star  Saloon,  S  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine 
and  Cedar. 

Bin-bank  Lester,  shoemaker  (S.  F.),  dwl  1097  West  Third. 

Burch  John,  mason,  dwl  S  s  Lydia  bet  Market  and  Curtis. 

Burchard  John  L.,  Indian  agent,  dwl  1161   Franklin. 

Burgelin  Louis  (Vogelsanger  <£•  B.),  dwl  813  Thirteenth. 

Burgess  H.  J.,  clerk,  dwl  1ST  s  Twentieth  bet  West  and  Curtis. 

Burgess  Robert,  second-hand  furniture,  717  Broadway,  dwl  360 
Fourth. 

Burgess  Simon,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Twentieth  bet  West  and  Curtis. 

Burgess  S.  P.,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  West  Ninth  bet  Center  and  Per- 
alta,  W.  O. 

Burhans  Willet  S.,  stocks,  dwl  776  Tenth. 

Burke  C.  G.,  Mrs.,  dwl  869  Clay. 

Burke  F.  G.,  stock  broker  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Linden  bet  West  Eighth 
and  West  Tenth,  W.  0. 

Burke  John,  laborer,  dwl  Mansion  House,  E.  O. 

Burke  John,  milkman,  dwl  N"  s  Eleventh  bet  Center  and  Kirkham, 
W.  0. 

Burke  M.,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Seventeenth  bet  Market  and  West. 

Burke  Martin,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Central  Pacific  Railroad 
House,  Oakland  Point. 

Burke  Michael,  trackman  C.  P.  R,  R.,  dwl  1ST  s  Railroad  A  v.  bet 
Pine  and  Wood,  W.  0. 

Burke  Thomas,  laborer  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  dwl  E  s  Grove  be.t 
Caledonia,  and  Sycamore. 

Burke  Thomas,  tanner  John  S.  Derby,  dwl  768  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Burke  W.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House, 
O.  P. 

Burke  William,  trackman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange, 
W.  O. 

Burke  William  Jr.,  painter  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Center  bet  West  Third 
and  West  Fifth. 

Burkhardt  E.  M.  Miss,  music  teacher,  clwl  W  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr 
Seventeenth. 


The  best  ice  cream  freezers  for  sale  at  GORDON'S,  469  Ninth  Street. 


0.  P.  S— Oil-cake  meal  and  ground  tarry,  416  Ninth  nr  Bdwy— 0.  F.  S. 


OAKLAND  B]       DIRECTORY.  123 

Burkliardt  Frederick  Mrs.,  boarding,  dwl  Ws  Telegraph  Av.  nr 
Seventeenth. 

Burkliardt  George  H.,  dwl  W  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr  Seventeenth. 

Burleson  Charles  M.,  clerk  Smith  &  Mather,  dwl  831  Webster. 

Burling  Charles,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Center  bet  Fifteenth  and  Six- 
teenth, W.  O. 

Burmeister  John,  teamster  Weston  k  Welch,  dwl  SW  cor  East  Elev- 
enth and  Twelfth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Burner  John  D.  (Burner  &  Young),  dwl  E  s  San  Pablo  Av.  bet 
Seventeenth  and  Eighteenth. 

Burner  &  Young  (John  I).  Burner  and  Lewis  Young),  bricklayers 
and  contractors,  foot  Franklin. 

Burnes  D.,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Market  nr  Eighteenth. 

Burnham  E.  J.  (Burnham  &  Lyfrich),  dwl  523  Eighth. 

BUENHAM  O.  H.  (Burnham,  Standeford  <i'  Co.),  and  County 
Supervisor,  dwl  1017  Madison. 

BURNHAM,  STANDEFORD  &  CO.  (0.  II.  Bumham,  D.  W. 
Standeford,  and  W.  N.  Miller),  proprietors  Oakland  Planing 
Mill,  NW  cor  First  and  Washington. 

Burnham  k  Lynch  (E.  J.  Burnham  and  J.  W.  Lynch),  groceries, 
etc.,  834  Broadway. 

Burns  Aaron  M.,  insurance  agent  (S.  F.),  dwl  NW  cor  West  Twelfth 
and  Linden,  W.  O. 

Burns  C.  H.,  dwl  S  s  West  Fourteenth  bet  Linden  and  Filbert. 

Burns  Charles,  conductor  C.  P.  P.  P.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

Burns  Frank,  trainer  D.  J.  Green,  dwl  nr  Oakland  Trotting  Park. 

Burns  G.  W.,  dwl  1057  Washington. 

Burns  H.,  boots  and  shoes  (S.  F.),  dwl  1068  Broadway. 

Burns  Henry  A.,  plasterer,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 

Burns  H.  P.,  porter  C.  P.  P.  P.,  dwl  Myrtle  nr  Second. 

Burns  James,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Seventeenth  bet  Thirteenth  and  Four- 
teenth avs,  E.  O. 

Burns  John,  horseshoer  King  k  Williams,  dwl  1021  Franklin. 

Burns  John,  restaurant,  1054  Thirteenth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Burns  Patrick,  plasterer,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 

Burns  Petty,  porter  overland  train  C.  P.  P.  R.,  dwl  952  West  Third. 

Burns  Sylvester,  porter  C.  P.  P.  R.,  dwl  563  Sixth. 

Burns  Thomas,  laborer  C.  P.  P.  P.,  W.  O. 

BURNS  THOMAS  R.,  news  and  stationary  stand,  SW  cor  Seventh  and 
Broadway,  dwl  W  s  Valley  bet  Twenty-third  and  Twenty-fourth. 

Burns  Waller,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  760  Twelfth. 

BURNS,  WHITMAN  k  GARDINER  (W.  8.  Bums,  W.  W. 
Whitman,  and  J.  T.  Gardiner),  groceries  and  provisions,  NW 
cor  Broadway  and  Tenth. 

Burns  W.  S.  (Burns,  Whitman  <£•  Gardiner),  dwl  E  s  Webster  bet 
Fourteenth  and  Durant. 

Burpee  Joseph  S.,  carpenter  and  builder,  dwl  N  s  Eleventh  bet 
Brush  and  Castro. 

Burpee  S.  A.,  deputy  assessor  and  poll-tax  collector,  office  462  Ninth, 
dwl  Market  nr  Twenty-fourth. 


OICUE  going  to  purchase  Stationery— try  STRICKLAND  &  CO. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  <&  CO.,  houses  and  lots  in  all  parts  of  the  city. 


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OAKLAND  J3]       DIRECTORY. 


Burrow  Nicholas,  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  West  Fifth  and  Railroad  Av. 
Burrell  Alfred  W.,  president  California  Bridge  and  Building  Co., 

office  921   Broadway,  dwl  E  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr  Plymouth  Av. 
Burrell  Henry  H.,  express  wagon,  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Eleventh, 

dwl  E  s  Brown  nr  Grove. 
Burston  Edward,  cook,  dwl  NW  cor  Sixteenth  and  Chestnut. 
Burt  F.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Willow  and  Campbell,  W.  0. 
Burton  G.  H.,  pile  driver  C.  P.  P.  R.,  W.  O. 
Burton  W.  N.,  sailmaker,  dwl  E  s  Pine  bet  Seward  and  Lincoln, 

W.  O. 
Burtsell  John  M.,  stock  broker  (S.  F.),  dwl  912  Filbert. 
Bush  Barclay,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Chase  bet  Willow  and  Camp- 
bell, W.  O. 
Bush  David,  carpenter,  dwl  460  Fifth. 
Bush  Eliza  (widow),  seamstress,  dwl  269  Sixth. 
Bush  John,  butcher,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-fourth  nr  Telegraph  Av. 
Bushell  A.  E.  Mrs.,  furnished  rooms,  462  Twelfth. 
Bushell  E.  A.,  sign  painter,  472  Twelfth,  dwl  462  Twelfth. 
Bushman  Theodore,  tailor  Leopold  Patzer,  dwl  834  Broadway. 
Bushnell  W.  E.,  captain  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stmr  El  Capitan,  res  San 

Francisco. 
Busse  C.  C,  hairdresser  Classon  &  Trost,  dwl  834  Clay. 
Butcher  R.  E.,  painter,  dwl  S  s  Eleventh  bet  Center  and  Kirkham, 

W.  O. 
Butler  Caroline  C.  (widow),  dwl  N  s  Seventeenth  opp.  Jefferson. 
Butler  C.  M.,  laborer  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co. 
Butler  Frederick  W.,  carpenter  Blethen  <k  Terry,  dwl  806  Jefferson. 
Butler  James  H.,  sawyer  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  S  s  Ninth  bet  Web- 
ster and  Franklin. 
Butler  Johanna  L,  Mrs.,  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  bet  Clay  and  San  Pablo 

Av. 
Butler  John  S.  (Butler  &  Stilwett),  dwl  721  Fourth. 
Butler  Lorenzo,  painter,  dwl  S  s  Fifteenth  nr  Market. 
Butler  Michael,  dwl  Union  nr  Twenty-sixth. 
Butler  R.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House, 

W.  O. 
BUTLER  &  STILL  WELL  (J.  S.  Butler  and  B.  F.  Stilwell),  job 

printers,  468  Ninth. 
Butter  J.  H,  sawyer  Pacific  Planing  Mills,  dwl  Ninth  bet  Franklin 

and  Webster. 
Butter  Patrick,  quarryman  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co. 
Butterfield  Andrew  J.    (Tbikham  <b  B.),  dwl  NE  cor  Fourteenth 

and  Webster. 
Buttimer  John,  coachman,  dwl  W  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr  Caledonia  Av. 
Button  Fred  L.,  student,  dwl  N  s  Second  bet  Castro  and  Grove. 
Button  Orlando,  carpenter  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  670  Third. 
Butts  Fred,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R,,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Buzzo  Thomas  W.,  miner,  dwl  E  s  San  Pablo  Av.  bet  Seventeenth 

and  Eighteenth. 
Byler  W.  P.,  laborer,  dwl  Cypress  bet  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth. 


Try  GORDON'S  ice  cream,  it  is  the  best  and  cheapest.   469  Ninth  St. 


0.  F.  S—  Oakland  Peed  Store,  416  Ninth  St.  near  Broadway— 0.  F.  S. 


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Bynon  Alfred  A.,  printer  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Tenth  Av.  bet  East  Four- 
teenth and  East  Fifteenth,  E.  O. 

Byrnes  John  B.,  helper  C.  P.  B.  B.,  dwl  E  s  Lewis  bet  West  Third 
and  West  Fifth,  W.  0. 

Byrnes  Peter  W.,  law  student,  dwl  963  Bailroad  Av. 


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Caby  Peter,  laborer  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co. 

Cadamus  A.,  teacher  St.  Joseph  Academy,  dwl  SW  cor  Fifth  and 

Jackson. 
Cadogan  James  J.,  bookkeeper,  dwl  733  Linden. 
Cadogan  Patrick,  mining  secretary  (S.  F.),  dwl  733  Linden. 
Cadogan  Patrick  A.,  clerk  W.  F.  &  Co.  (S.  F.),  dwl  733  Linden. 
Cadogan  William,  gardener  Hiram  Tubbs,  N  s  East  Twelfth  bet 

Fifth  and  Sixth  avs,  E.  0. 
Cadrey  D.,  carpenter,  dwl  Cypress  nr  Sixteenth,  W.  O. 
Cady  Edward,  bricklayer,  dwl  466  Sixth. 
Caesar  Mary  (widow),  dwl  702  Brush. 
Cahen  Augustus,  newspaper  correspondent,  dwl  E  s  Wood  bet  Chase 

and  Taylor,  W.  O. 
CabiU  — ,  carriage  painter,  dwl  462  Twelfth. 

Cahill  John,  plumber  J.  J.  O'Shea,  dwl  E  s  West  cor  Twenty-eighth. 
Cahill  Thomas  F.,  dwl  E  s  Kirkham  bet  Ninth  and  Twelfth,  W.  O. 
Cain  Charles,  watchman,  dwl  E  s  Lusk  Place  nr  Evoy  A  v. 
Calahan  John,  laborer,  dwl  Twenty-second  nr  Brush. 
Calaway  Thomas,  tanner,  dwl  Mansion  House,  E.  O. 
Calderwick  Frederick,  ship  carpenter  C.  P.  B.  B.,  W.  O. 
Caldwell (widow),  dressmaker,  dwl  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  Sev- 
enth and  Eighth  avs,  E.  O. 
Caldwell  Albert,  mining  superintendent,  dwl  367  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Caldwell  John,  farmer,  dwl  S  s  Short  bet  Pine  and  Cedar,  W.  O. 
Caldwell  John,  laborer,  dwl  611  Madison. 

Caldwell  Thomas,  brakeman  C.  P.  B.  B.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Caldwell  William,  painter  C.  P.  B.  B.,  W.  O. 
Calhoun  Bobert,  laborer,  dwl  W  s  Clay  bet  First  and  Second. 
Calhoun  Bobert,  proprietor  Overland  Oyster  House,  NW  cor  First 

and  Webster. 
California  Bridge  and  Building  Co.,  Alfred  W.  Burrell  president,  J. 

C.  Cotton  secretary,  office  921  Broadway. 
California  Cracker  Co.,  J.  P.  Anderson  agent,  409  Fourth. 
CALIFOBNIA  MILITABY  ACADEMY,  Bev.  David  McClure 

principal,  N  s  Prospect  Av.  bet  Telegraph  Av.  and  Broadway. 
California  Pottery  and  Terra  Cotta  Works,  James  Miller  and  Serril 

Winsor  proprietors,  junction  Park  Av.  and  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Calkin  Everett  F.,  clerk  William  B.   Hardy,  dwl  S  s  Durant  bet 

Franklin  and  Webster. 
Call  B.  T.,  harnessmaker  Palmer  Bros.  &  Co.,  dwl  Prospect  Av.  nr 

Telegraph  Av. 


All  goods  are  sold  at  Eastern  prices  at  STRICKLAND  &  CO.'S  store. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  958  Bdwy,  houses  rented— rents  collected. 


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OAKLAND       [C]       DIRECTORY. 


Call  Mattie  C.  Miss,  teacher  Irving  Grammar  School,  dwl  cor  Broad- 
way and  Fourteenth. 

Callaghan  Maria  (widow),  dwl  704  Franklin. 

Callaghan  Patrick,  blacksmith  C.  P.  R.  P.,  dwl  Central  Pacific  Pail- 
road  House,  W.  O. 

Callahan  Jeremiah,  plasterer,  dwl  321  Sixth. 

Callahan  John,  gardener,  dwl  San  Pablo  Av.  junction  Adeline. 

Callahan  John,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  P.,  W.  O. 

Callahan  John,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  P.,  dwl  Leddy  bet  Brush  and  West. 

Callahan  Martin,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Leddy  bet  Brush  and 
West. 

Callahan  Patrick,  flagman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Alice  St.  Crossing. 

( 'alien  Thomas,  dwl  Mansion  House,  E.  O. 

Calnan  Edward,  cook  Richard  Watts,  NE  cor  Railroad  Av.  and 
Bay,  W.  O. 

Calnan  Jane  (widow),  dwl  S  s  Thirteenth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham, 
W.  0. 

Calvat  Placide,  laborer  A.  &  J.  Marquis,  dwl  850  Broadway. 

Cameron  Duncan,  livery  and  sale  stable,  1068-72  Thirteenth  Av., 
dwl  661  East  Twelfth,  E.  0. 

Cameron  William  W.,  dwl  1112  Alice. 

Camilloni  Guiseppe  (Camilloni  &•  Co.),  dwl  SE  cor  Seventh  and 
Broadway. 

Camilloni  &  Co.  (G.  Camilloni  and  A.  Selna),  fish,  11  City  Market. 

Cammett  Charles,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  West  Eighth  bet 
Wood  and  Pine,  W.  O. 

Cammett  C.  W.,  helper  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Camp  Edward,  dwl  Union  bet  Twenty-fourth  and  Twenty-sixth, 
W.  O. 

Camp  John,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Market  bet  Seventeenth  and  Eight- 
eenth. 

Camp  William,  watchmaker  (S.  F.),  dwl  813  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 

Campbell  Alexander,  dwl  N  s  Caledonia  A  v.  bet  Grove  and  Tele- 
graph Av. 

Campbell  Alexander,  attorney  at  law  (S.  F.),  dwl  Grand  Central 
Hotel. 

Campbell  Alexander,  oyster  stand,  19-23  City  Market,  dwl  cor 
Twelfth  and  Broadway. 

Campbell  Alexander  (Campbell,  Fox  <£.•  Campbell,  S.  F.J,  attorney  at 
law,  dwl  W  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr  Fourteenth. 

Campbell  Alexander  G.,  carpenter,  dwl  Twenty-sixth  nr  Market. 

Campbell  A.  M.,  clerk  Gladding  &  Surryhne,  dwl  1057  Washington. 

Campbell  Andrew,  dwl  E  s  Webster  bet  Sixteenth  and  Seventeenth. 

Campbell  Andrew,  foreman  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  dwl  E  s  Lusk  Place  nr 
Evoy  Av. 

Campbell  A.  O.,  carpenter  Dexter  Windmill  Co.,  dwl  St.  Charles 
Hotel. 

Campbell  B.  B.,  salesman,  dwl  E  s  Linden  bet  West  Twelfth  and 
West  Fourteenth. 

Campbell  Daniel,  carpenter  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  Overland  House. 


Drink  Napa  Soda  and  enjoy  life  and  health.    Agency,  469  Ninth  St. 


0. P. S— Oatmeal  and  corn  meal,  416  Ninth  St.  nr  Broadway— 0. P. S. 

OAKLAND       [  C  ]       DIRECTORY.  127 


Campbell  Edward,  barkeeper  J.  J.  Hanilin,  dwl  cor  Eighth  and 
Harrison. 

Campbell  Edward,  laborer  Remillard  &  Bros.,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-sixth 
bet  Telegraph  At.  and  Broadway. 

Campbell  Edward,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Bay  Place  nr  Broadway. 

Campbell  Edward  M.,  clerk  Post-office,  dwl  Alice  bet  Sixteenth  and 
Seventeenth. 

CAMPBELL  FREDERICK  M.,  superintendent  Public  Schools 
City  of  Oakland,  office  2  City  Hall,  dwl  E  s  Webster  bet  Six- 
teenth and  Seventeenth. 

Campbell  Henry  C,  attorney  at  law  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Harrison  nr 
Fourteenth. 

Campbell  James,  carpenter,  dwl  Fourteenth  bet  Franklin  and  Broad- 
way. 

Campbell  James  D.,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  West  Fifth  bet  Linden  and 
Filbert,  W.  O. 

Campbell  James  H.,  carpenter,  dwl  NW  cor  Flint  and  Castro. 

Campbell  J.  D.,  cook  R.  A.  Litle,  Grand  Western  Restaurant,  W.  O. 

Campbell  John,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and 
Wood,  W.  O. 

Campbell  John,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Bay  Place  nr  New  Broadway. 

Campbell  John,  teamster,  dwl  N  s  Evoy  Av.  bet  Telegraph  and  San 
Pablo  avs. 

Campbell  John,  vat  cleaner  Oakland  Gas  Light  Co.,  dwl  S  s  Twenty- 
fifth  bet  New  Broadway  and  Telegraph  Av. 

Campbell  K.  A.  Mrs.,  teacher  Lafayette  Primary  School,  dwl  cor 
Webster  and  Seventeenth. 

Campbell  Martin,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 

Campbell  Michael,  laborer,  dwl  415  Seventh. 

Campbell  Moses,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and 
Wood,  W.  0. 

Campbell  Robert,  mining,  dwl  N  s  Caledonia  Av.  nr  Telegraph  Av. 

Campbell  Rodger,  laborer,  dwl  E  s  San  Pablo  Av.  nr  Alden  Av. 

Campbell  Thomas,  packer  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood, 
W.  0. 

Campbell  Thomas  C,  plasterer,  dwl  519  Fourth. 

Campbell  W.  S.,  capitalist,  dwl  Grand  Central  Hotel. 

Canchis  Joseph,  reporter,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.bet  Adeline  and  Union. 

Cane  Michael,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  415  Seventh. 

Cane  Thomas,  laborer,  dwl  416  Seventh. 

Canfield  James  L.,  mason,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  nr  Twenty-eighth. 

Canfield  R.  B.,  mining,  dwl  Grand  Central  Hotel. 
Canning  Block,  cor  Broadway  and  Thirteenth. 

Canning  James,  capitalist,  dwl  Thirteenth  bet  Broadway  and  Wash- 
ington. 
Canning  James,  plasterer,  dwl  N  s  Bay  bet  Goss  and  Division,  W.  0. 
Cannon  Adam,  real  estate,  N  s  East  Fourteenth  nr  Twenty-third 

Av.,  E.  O. 
Cannon  Edward  M.,  sewing  machines   (S.  F.),   dwl  E  s  Grove  bet 
Sixteenth  and  Seventeenth. 


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128  OAKLAND       [  C  ]       DIRECTORY. 

Cannon  James,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-second  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Cannon  Thomas,  plumber  Robert  Dalziel,  dwl  766  Fifth. 

Canright  Dudley  M.  Rev.,  pastor  Seventh  Day  Adventist,  dwl  S  s 

Twenty-second  bet  Telegraph  and  San  Pablo  avs. 
Caritin  Joseph  P.,  stock  broker  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Adeline  bet  Eighth 

and  Tenth,  W.  O. 
Capell  James  R.,  bookkeeper  Baldwin,  Reilay  &  Brad  way,  dwl  1171 

Eighth  Av.,  E.  O. 
Capell  W.  B.,  laborer  Burnhani,  Standeford  &  Co. 
Caperton  J.,  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  Ninth  and  Tenth,  W.  0. 
Cappe  S.,  dwl  N  s  Eleventh  bet  Center  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Caquide  Charles,  bookkeeper  Pacific  Jute  Manufacturing  Co.,  dwl 

East  Twelfth  nr  SE  cor  Thirteenth  Av.,  E.  O. 
Carbury  Thomas,  watchman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Card  Bartlett,  expressman,  dwl  Alta  House. 
Card  William  M.,  dwl  Bay  E  of  Broadway. 
Care  M.  T.,  tailor  John  Carter,  dwl  559  Seventh. 
Carey  John,  proprietor  Brooklyn  Nursery,  E  s  Thirteenth  Av.  bet 

East  Seventeenth  and  East  Eighteenth,  E.  O. 
Carey  Frank,  barkeeper  Marion  Clark. 
Carey  M.  E.  Mrs.,  teacher  Harrison  St.  Primary  School,  dwl  1061 

Castro. 
Carey  S.  A.  (widow),  dwl  N  s  West  Twelfth  bet  Linden  and  Filbert. 
Cargill  Henry  A.,  dwl  W  s  Harrison  bet  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth. 
Carit  A.,  dwl  NE  cor  Jackson  and  Lake  Av. 
Carit  J.  A.,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  NE  cor  Jackson  and  Lake  Av. 
Carlen  Patrick,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  358  Fourth. 
CARL  &  CO.  (Charles  Carl),  real  estate  agents,  office  920  Broadway. 
Caiieton  Charles  A.,  hack  driver,  dwl  216  Eighth. 
Carleton  George,  police  officer,  dwl  1057  Washington. 
Carleton  George  H.,  rancher,  dwl  Twelfth  nr  Center,  W.  O. 
Carleton   G.    H,   policeman  City  Hall,  dwl  SW  cor  Twelfth  and 

Washington. 
Carleton  John  A.,  teamster  E.  Surry hne,  dwl  N  s  Seward  bet  Wood 

and  Pine,  W.  O. 
Carleton  L.,  teamster  F.  Surry  hne,  dwl  N  s  Seward  bet  Wood  and 

Pine,  W.  O. 
Carleton  W.  F.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  West  Tenth  and 

West  Twelfth. 
Carley  Sarah  (widow),  boarding,  dwl  856  Clay. 
Carlin  Patrick,  watchman  C.  P.  R.  R.,    dwl  409  Seventh. 
Carlisle  Daniel,  carpenter,  dwl  365  Ninth. 
Carlton  H.  P.,  principal  Durant  St.  School. 
Carman  Samuel,  mill  hand,  dwl  E  s  Filbert  bet  Eighteenth  and 

Twenty-first. 
Carney  Jeremiah,  barkeeper  A.  McGerry,  dwl  409  Seventh. 
Carney  John,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 
Carothers  John  T.,  baggageman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  W  s  Chester  bet 

West  Third  and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 
Carpenter ,  steward  Pacific  Mail  S.  S.  Co.,  dwl  365  Ninth. 


GOEDOFS  Ice  Cream  Manufactory,  469  Ninth  Street,  Oakland. 


0. P.  S—  Hominy  and  cracked  wheat,  416  Ninth  St.  nr  Bdwy— 0.  P.  S. 


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Carpenter  A.  M.  C,  real  estate  agent  (S.  F.),  dwl  1011  Webster. 

Carpenter  Charles,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  659  Franklin. 

Carpenter  H.  B.,  civil  engineer,  dwl  Union  Hotel,  E.  0. 

Carpenter  Joseph,  silversmith,  dwl  S  s  West  Twelfth  nr  Filbert, 
W.  O. 

Carpenter  S.  E.,  farmer,  dwl  N  s  Ninth  bet  Center  and  Chester, 
W.  O. 

Carpentier  H.  W.,  attorney  at  law  (S.  F.),  dwl  254  Third. 

CaiT  Edward,  laborer,  dwl  E  s  Center  bet  Ninth  and  Tenth,  W.  O. 

Carr  Ezra  S.,  M.  D.,  professor  agriculture  and  agricultural  chemistry 
and  member  Board  of  Health,  dwl  SW  cor  Twelfth  and  Webster. 

Carr  Lawrence,  carpenter,  dwl  219  Tenth. 

Carr  N.  F.,  pipemaker,  dwl  361  Third. 

Carr  William  S.,  painter,  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av. 

Carrick  David  S.  (Carrick  &  Hostetter),  dwl  602  East  Fifteenth,  E.  O. 

Carrick  John  W.,  mining  stocks,  dwl  753  Eighth. 

Carrick  &  Hostetter  (David  S.  Carrick  and  Frank  Hostetter),  whole- 
sale butchers,  SE  cor  Twentieth  Av.  and  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Carrique  E.  T.,  agent  State  Investment  and  Insurance  Co.,  office  460 
Eighth,  dwl  NW  cor  Washington  and  Ninth. 

Carrigan  M.,  conductor  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Carrington  E.,  clerk,  dwl  E  s  Center  bet  West  Ninth  and  West 
Tenth,  W.  O. 

Carroll  Annie  Mrs.,  dwl  832  Clay. 

Carroll  Augustus,  fireman  stm  El  Capitan,  res  San  Francisco. 

Carroll  Edward,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Eleventh  bet  Center  and 
Kirkham,  W.  O. 

Carroll  F.  A.,  cooper  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  West  Ninth  and 
West  Tenth,  W.  O. 

Carroll  George,  carpenter  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  N  s  First  bet  Broad- 
way and  Franklin. 

Carroll  John,  special  policeman,  Grand  Central  Hotel. 

Carroll  Margaret  (widow),  dwl  613  Sixth. 

Carroll  Martin,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  nr  Campbell. 

Carroll  Patrick,  laborer,  dwl  NE  cor  Linden  and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 

Carroll  William,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-first  bet  Curtis  and 
West. 

Carson  George,  dwl  706  Tenth. 

Carson  James,  mining  (S.  F.),  dwl  706  Tenth. 

Carsten  Harvey,  molder,  dwl  Adeline  bet  Twenty-fourth  and  Twen- 
ty-fifth. 

Carswell  John  D.,  printer,  dwl  1065  Fifth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Carter  A.  (Carter  &  Olin),  NE  cor  Twelfth  and  Harrison. 

CARTER  CHARLES  W.,  proprietor  Grand  Central  Hotel,  S  s 
Twelfth  bet  Webster  and  Harrison. 

Carter  Clementina  Mrs.,  clairvoyant,  964  Castro. 

Carter  D.,  clerk,  dwl  S  s  Eighth  bet  Campbell  and  Peralta,  W.  O. 

Carter  E.,  painter  (S.  F.),  dwl  West  Eighth  bet  Wood  and  Willow, 

w.  o. 

Carter  George,  engineer,  dwl  Overland  House. 


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Carter  George,  foreman  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co. 

Carter  George  A.,  dwl  Grand  Central  Hotel. 

Carter  George  B.,  porter  C.  P.  B.  R.,  dwl  964  Castro. 

Carter  John,  attorney  at  law  (S.  F.),  dwl  SE  cor  Ninth  and  Clay. 

Carter  John,  laborer,  dwl  416  Seventh. 

Carter  John,  porter  Dunham  &  Lathrop,  dwl  Telegraph  Av.  bet 
Twenty-eighth  and  Thirtieth. 

Carter  John,  tailor,  dwl  416  Seventh. 

Carter  John,  tailor,  466  Eighth,  res  San  Francisco. 

Carter  Margaret  Mrs.,  furnished  rooms,  dwl  957  Franklin. 

Carter  S.,  mill  hand,  dwl  Fourteenth  nr  Market. 

Carter  W.  F.,  engineer  (S.  F.),  dwl  924  Filbert. 

Carter  William  N.,  wagonmaker,  dwl  NW  cor  Seventeenth  Av.  and 
East  Twelfth,  E.  0. 

CARTER  &  OLIN  (A.  Carter  and  A.  S.  Olin),  proprietors  Dexter 
Livery  Stables,  College  Hall  Building,  NE  cor  Twelfth  and  Har- 
rison. 

Carteron  Edward,  patternmaker,  dwl  620  Fifth. 

Cartman  Abraham,  painter,  dwl  W  s  Cedar  bet  Goss  and  Railroad 
Av.,  W.  O. 

Cartwright  Alfred  D.,  clerk  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  771  Fourteenth. 

Carty  Paul,  police  officer,  dwl  762  Jefferson. 

Caruthers  William,  laborer  Oakland  Gas  Light  Co.,  dwl  Overland 
House. 

Cary  Frank  M.,  bartender  Marion  Clark,  dwl  408  Ninth. 

Cary  James,  driver  Andrew  Baird,  dwl  S  s  East  Thirty-second  nr 
Thirteenth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Cary  Luther  H.,  physician,  dwl  NE  cor  Eighth  and  Myrtle. 

Casassa  Andrea,  clerk  Raffo  Brothers,  dwl  671  Broadway. 

Case  Elijah,  real  estate,  dwl  811  Eleventh. 

Case  George  E.,  carpenter,  1110  Broadway. 

Case  Isham,  farmer,  dwl  W  s  Twelfth  Av.,  bet  East  Fifteenth  and 
Sixteenth,  E.  O. 

Casey  James  (Bonham  &  C),  dwl  SW  cor  Eighth  and  Alice. 

Casey  Jeremiah,  harnessmaker,  dwl  729  Fifth. 

Casey  John,  blacksmith  Michael  Casey,  dwl  418  Seventh. 

Casey  Michael,  blacksmith,  408  Seventh,  dwl  418  Seventh. 

Casey  Thomas  C,  railroad  contractor,  dwl  S  s  Seventeenth  bet  Broad- 
way and  Franklin. 

Casey  William,  porter  Grand  Central  Hotel. 

Cashion  John,  laborer  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  565  Seventh. 

Cashman  Michael,  farmer,  dwl  W  s  Harrison  bet  Fourteenth  and 
Fifteenth. 

Caspar  Robert,  gardener,  dwl  Twenty-second  nr  Market. 

Cassey  J.,  real  estate  and  insurance  agent,  dwl  Alta  House. 

Cassidy  E.?  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Taylor  bet  Wood  and  Willow, 

w.  o. 

Cassidy  Edward  (Lafferty  dc  C),  dwl  cor  Broadway  and  Fourth. 

Cassidy  James,  liquor  saloon,  San  Pablo  Av. 

Cassidy  John,  laborer  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co.,  dwl  409  Seventh. 


GORDON'S  ice  cream  is  the  best  and  cheapest.    469  Ninth  St. 


0.  F.  S.— Whole  barley  and  corn,  416  Ninth  nr  Broadway— 0.  F.  S. 


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Cassidy  John  J.,  telegraph  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  SW  cor  Cedar  and 

William. 
Cassidy  Michael,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Willow  and  Campbell, 

w.  o. 

Castle  H.,  mining,  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  Ninth  and  Twelfth,  W.  O. 

Castello  A.  E.  (Castello  <k  Whitehead),  dwl  834  Broadway. 

CASTELLO  &  WHITEHEAD  (A.  E.  Castello  and  R.  0.  White- 
head)^ attorneys  and  general  collectors,  office  828  Broadway. 

Castera  Adele  (J.  Mallet  &  Co.),  dwl  617  Broadway. 

Castleton  B.,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 

Castro  Amardo,  driver  Shakespear  &  Walter,  dwl  Locust  nr  Tele- 
graph Av. 

Castro  Bartolo,  laborer,  dwl  E  s  San  Pablo  Av.  bet  Seventeenth  and 
Eighteenth. 

Castro  Beatrice,  dwl  E  s  San  Pablo  Av.  bet  Seventeenth  and  Eight- 
eenth. 

Castro  Frank,  laborer,  dwl  E  s  Grove  bet  Caledonia  Av.  and  Syca-more. 

CASTRO  LEWIS,  county  surveyor,  office  Court  House,  res  San 
Leandro. 

Caswell  M.  P.,  cigars  and  tobacco,  SE  cor  Market  and  Twelfth,  dwl 
San  Pablo  Av.  nr  Oakland  Trotting  Park. 

Catlin  B.  O,  Custom  House  (S.  R),  dwl  W  s  Linden  bet  West 
Eighth  and  West  Tenth,  W.  0. 

Cato  M.,  driver  Oakland  Paving  Co. 

Catton  Frederick  R.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  261  Eighth. 

Caughlin  John,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

Causland  Terrence,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

Cavanaugh  Edward,  laborer,  dwl  960  Castro. 

Cavanaugh  Martin,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-seventh  bet  Grove  and 
West. 

Cavasso  Isidore,  express  messenger,  dwl  NW  cor  Third  and  Grove. 

Cavaynaro  Florence  (Clivio  &  C),  dwl  907  Broadway. 

Cavell  Henry.,  groceries,  465  Sixth. 

Cavelle  Sarah  Mme.,  ladies'  employment  office,  460  Twelfth. 

Caverly  Orrin,  shoemaker,  dwl  S  s  East  Thirty-second  nr  Thirteenth 
Av.,  E.  O. 

Caverly  Orrin  E.,  clerk  Steere  &  Colby,  dwl  S  s  East  Thirty-second 
nr  Thirteenth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Cecil  Samuel  W.,  sashmaker  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  835  Clay. 

Central  House,  James  O'Connell  proprietor,  415  Seventh. 

CENTRAL  LAND  CO.,  F.  B.  Haswell  secretary,  office  954  Broad- 
way. 

Central  Pacific  Railroad  Co.  (freight),  foot  of  Broadway. 

Central  Pacific  Railroad  Wharf,  Oakland  Point. 

Cerf  Aaron,  dwl  263  Fourth. 

Cerini  Frank,  junk  dealer  (S.  F.),  dwl  NW  cor  Mai-ket.and  Twenty- 
sixth. 

Cesar  Clevio  (Florence  &  C),  dwl  907  Broadway. 

Chabot  Anton,  president  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  office  458  Eighth, 
dwl  Tubbs'  Hotel. 


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OAKLAND       [C]       DIRECTORY. 


Chabot  Remi,  superintendent  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  office  458 

Eighth,  dwl  277  Eighth. 
Chadd  F,  jeweler  (S.  F.),  dwl  SW  cor  West  Eighth  and  Kirkham, 

W.  O. 
Chaile  Alfred,  laborer  Chappellet  &  Miner,  dwl  804  Jefferson. 
Chaise  M.  L.,  grocer,  dwl  NE  cor  Eighteenth  and  Market. 
Chalfant  John  E.,  dwl  SW  cor  East  Tenth  and  Fifth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Chalmers ,  oysterman,  dwl  523  Eighth.  # 

Chalmers  S.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  West  Eighth  bet  Union  and  Pop- 
lar, W.  O. 
Chambeau  Edwaixl,  blacksmith,  dwl  415  Seventh. 
Chamberlain  A.  M.,  carpenter,  dwl  835  Clay. 
Chamberlain  Charles,  land  agent  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr 

Plymouth  Av. 
Chamberlain  Edwin  W.,  foreman  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  dwl  W  s 

Center  bet  West  Fifth  and  Railroad  Av.,  W.  O. 
Chamberlain  S.,  carpenter  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co.,  dwl  Overland 

House. 
Chambeiiin  Alfred  M.,  sashmaker  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  835  Clay. 

Chambers ,  plumber,  dwl  Eureka  Hotel. 

Chambers  A.  J.,  bookkeeper,  dwl  SE  cor  Jefferson  and  Fifteenth. 

Chambers  Belle  Miss,  dressmaker,  458  Twelfth. 

Chambers  Edward,  painter,  dwl  NW  cor  Wood  and  Lincoln,  W.  O. 

Chambers  E.  S.,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Chambers  Frederick  W.,  tinsmith  Frederick  Schimmelpfenm'g  Jr., 

dwl  Eastern  Hotel,  E.  O. 
Chambers  John  H.  (Chambers  &  Brook),  dwl  SE  cor  Twenty-fourth 

and  Telegraph  Av. 
Chambers  Robert,  hackman  Newland  &  Pumyea,  dwl  462  Seventh. 
Chambers  &  Brook  (John  H.  Chambers  and  German  Brook),  bakery 

and  confectionery,  SE  cor  Twenty-fourth  and  Telegraph  Av. 
Champion  August  D.  A.,  principal  Cosmopolitan  School,  dwl  312 

Tenth. 
Champlin  Samuel  A.,  house  mover,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  Mai-ket. 
Chanaron  H,  hairdresser  E.  Mosca,  dwl  571  Fifth. 
Chance  John,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood, 

W.  O. 
Chandler  M.  L.  (Phillips  &  C),  dwl  1112  Eleventh  Av.,  E.  O. 
Chandler  Nathan,  laborer,  dwl  Twenty-second  nr  Curtis. 
Chandler  S.,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Krrkham, 

W.  O. 
Chantereau  E.,  dwl  816  Washington. 

Chapan  George,  dwl  N  s  Eleventh  bet  Center  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Chapel  B.  A.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Chapin  C,  hostler,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 
Chaplain  John  D.,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Grove  nr  Sycamoi'e. 
Chaplin  Thomas,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Eleventh  bet  Castro  and  Grove. 
Chaplot  Joseph,  bricklayer  Remillard  &  Bros.,  dwl  W  s  Franklin  bet 

Sixth  and  Seventh. 
Chapman  Alfred,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Chestnut  nr  Eighteenth. 


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OAKLAND       [C]       DIRECTORY.  133 

Chapman  A.  E.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  "West  Sixteenth  bet 

Cypress  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Chapman  Charles,  tanner,  dwl  Thirty-fourth  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 
Chapman  Charles  D.,  painter,  dwl  269  Fifth. 
Chapman  James  F.,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  1021  Ninth  Av.,  E.  0. 
Chapman  Lemuel  G.,  mason,  dwl  315  Second. 
Chappellet  Felix.  (Chappellet  &  Miner),  res  Berkeley. 
CHAPPELLET  &  MINER  (F.  Chappellet  and  J.  M.  Miner),  coal 

and  wood  dealers,  411  Eighth. 
Charles  R.  C,  tinner,  dwl  S  s  Eighteenth  nr  Market. 
Charlington  Nettie  Miss,  dressmaker,  dwl  1057  Washington. 
Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W.  M.  Hall  proprietor,   S  s  Railroad  Av.  bet 

Wood  and  Pine. 
Chase  Andrew  K.,  clerk   (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and 

Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Chase  Edward  J.,  policeman,  dwl  S  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Willow  and 

Wood. 
Chase  E.  P.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Chase  George  ( Bangle  &•  C),  dwl  202  East  Ninth,  E.  O. 
Chase  J.  A.  (Chase  &  Baker),  dwl  NW  cor  West  Eighth  and  Wood, 

w.  o. 

Chase  Quincy  A.  (Kohler,  C.  &  Co.),  dwl  NE  cor  Division  and  Wood, 

w.  o. 

Chase  R.  Hilton  (Chase  ik  Lyons),  homeopathic  physician,  office  and 
dwl  462  Tenth. 

Chase  S.,  tinsmith,  dwl  Adeline  nr  Twenty-sixth. 

Chase  W.  F.,  clerk,  dwl  Grand  Central  Hotel. 

CHASE  &  BAKER  (J.  A.  Chase  ami  Henry  Y.  Baker),  groceries 
and  provisions,  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 

Chase  &  Lyons  (R.  H.  Chase  and  H.  H.  Lyons),  homeopathic  physi- 
cians, office  462-464  Tenth. 

Chatfield  James  M.,  expressman,  dwl  418  Third. 

Ckauche  Adrien  G.,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  NW  cor  Seventh  and 
Alice. 

Cheesborough  A.,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  65  Seventh. 

Cheeseman  George,  shipwright  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Chemet  W.  C,  accountant,  dwl  559  Seventh. 

Cheney  Oliver,  stableman  L.  M.  Beau  dry,  dwl  852  Broadway. 

Chere  Alfred,  laborer,  dwl  804  Jefferson. 

Cherry  John,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Sycamore  bet  Grove  and  San  Pablo 
Av.,  rear. 

Chesley  Henry,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Center  and  Kirk- 
ham, W.  O. 

Chestay  Mary  Miss,  laundress  Mrs.  G.  M.  Blake,  1057  Washington. 

Chester  Joseph,  farmer,  dwl  E  s  Linden  bet  Twenty-eighth  and 
Thirtieth. 

Chick  A.  M.,  machinist,  dwl  Union  nr  Twenty-sixth. 

Chick  Augustus  C,  dwl  W  s  Short  bet  Cedar  and  Bay,  W.  O. 

Chief  Engineer  Oakland  Fire  Department,  M.  De  La  Montanya, 
office  1011  Broadway. 


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OAKLAND       [C]       DIRECTORY. 


Child  Edward,  contractor,  dwl  456  Eighth. 

Child  Edward  Mrs.,  furnished  rooms,  456  Eighth. 

Childs  Andrew,  book  agent,  dwl  E  s  Filbert  nr  Thirtieth. 

Childs  George,  laborer,  dwl  cor  Filbert  and  Twenty-second. 

Childs  James  W.,  mariner,  dwl  727  Fourth. 

Chilson  William  D.,  attorney  at  law,  dwl  SE  cor  Wood  and  Lin- 
coln, W.  O. 

Chilton  Arthur,  laborer,  dwl  NW  cor  Twenty-first  Av.  and  East 
Twenty-fifth,  E.  O. 

Choquette  Cleophase,  teamster  Remillard  &  Bros.,  dwl  NE  cor  Clay 
and  First. 

Choynski  Albert,  pedler,  dwl  513  Sixth. 

Chrisinger  Philip,  engineer,  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  Market. 

Christian  Henry  W.,  printer,  dwl  N  s  Wallace  nr  Telegraph. 

Christian  William,  ship  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  P.,  W.  O. 

Christianson  Michael,  engineer,  dwl  N  s  East  Twelfth  bet  Seven- 
teenth and  Eighteenth  avs,  E.  O. 

Christy  B.,  tanner,  dwl  Thirty-fourth  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Chubb  P.,  carpenter  C.  P.  P.  P.,  W.  O. 

Church ,  clerk  County  Recorder's  Office,  dwl  SE  cor  Ninth  and 

Clay. 

Church ,  copyist,  dwl  713  Tenth. 

CHURCH  PLOCK,  W  s  Broadway  bet  Tenth  and  Eleventh. 

Church  Gideon,  farmer,  North  end  Twenty-first  Avenue  nr  Lynn, 
E.  0. 

Church  Joseph  W.,  clerk  Custom  House  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Fifteenth 
bet  Market  and  West. 

Church  N.,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Goss  bet  Cedar  and  Bay,  W.  0. 

CITY  ASSESSOR,  Joseph  M.    Dillon,  office  1  City  Hall. 

CITY  ATTORNEY,  S.  F.  Gilcrest,  office  9  City  Hall. 

CITY  CLERK  AND  TREASURER,  Henry  Hillebrand,  office  4 
City  Hall. 

CITY  COUNCIL,  Wallace  Everson  president,  chambers  3  City  Hall. 

CITY  DISPENSARY,  basement  City  Hall. 

CITY  ENGINEER,  Thomas  J.  Arnold,  office  10  City  Hall. 

CITY   HALL,  N  s  Fourteenth  junction  San  Pablo  Av. 

CITY  MARKET,  N  s  Eleventh  and  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Broadway  and 
Franklin. 

CITY  MARSHAL  AND  TAX  COLLECTOR,  Perry  Johnson, 
office  5  City  Hall. 

CITY  MAYOR,  Mack  Webber,  office  6  City  Hall. 

CITY  POUND,  George  Taylor  pound  master,  cor  Twenty-eighth  and 
Adeline,  W.  O. 

CITY  PRISON,  basement  City  Hall. 

CITY  WHARF,  William  Harwood  wharfinger,  foot  Webster. 

Clafley  P.,  blacksmith,  dwl  Adeline  nr  Twenty-second. 

Clancey  Thomas,  fireman  C.  P.  P.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Louise. 

Canton  W.,  trackman  C.  P.  R.  P.,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine 
and  Wood,  W.  O. 

Clarey  John,  gasfitter,  dwl  965  Franklin. 


Drink  Napa  Soda,  a  pure,  natural  mineral  water.  Agency,  469  Ninth. 


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OAKLAND       [C]       DIRECTORY.  135 

Clark  Alexander  L.,  mason,  dwl  Twenty-sixth  bet  Union  and  Ade- 
line. 
Clark  Alvah  K.,  bookkeeper,  dwl  N  s  Seventeenth  bet  Market  and 

West. 
Clark  Benjamin,  laborer,  dwL  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham, 

W.  O. 
Clark  Charles,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Fourteenth  nr  Market. 
Clark  Charles,  waiter  Newland's  Hotel.  • 

Clark  Charles  K.,  match  manufacturer  (S.  F),  dwl  S  s  Prospect  Av. 

bet  Telegraph  Av.  and  Broadway. 
Clark  D.  P.,  joiner  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Clark  Edward,  contractor,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-fifth  bet  Telegraph  Av. 

and  Broadway. 
Clark  Edward,  extraman  Phenix  Engine  Co.  No.  1. 
Clark  Edwin  A.,  messenger  London  &  S.  F.  Bank  (S.  F.),  dwl  NW 

cor  West  Fifth  and  Filbert. 
Clark  E.  F.,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham,  W.  0. 
Clark  E.  PL,  carpenter,  dwl  838  Broadway. 
Clark  Ezra,  sewing-machine  agent,  dwl  N  s  Sixteenth  bet  Clay  and 

Jefferson. 

Clark  Foster  T,  livery  and  sale  stable,  1066  Thirteenth  Av.,  E.  0.      g. 
Clark  Frank,  brakeman  C.  P.  P.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Clark  G.,  joiner  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Clark  A.  L\,  fireman  C.  P.  R,  R.,  W.  O. 
Clark  Henry,  laborer,  dwl  NE  cor  Second  and  Washington. 
Clark  Henry  H,  compositor  Butler  &  Stilwell,  dwl  664  Tenth. 
Clai-k  Horace,  freight  clerk  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stinrs,  foot  Broadway. 
Clark  James,  groceries,  SE  cor  Filbert  and  West  Fifth. 
Clark  John,  barkeeper  Grand  Central  Hotel. 
Clark  John,  turner  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  623  Third. 
Clark  John  F.,  dwl  NE  cor  Tenth  and  Market. 
Clark  Joseph,  clerk,  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  Market. 
Clark  Joseph,  marble  polisher,  dwl  Fifteenth  bet  Cypress  and  Center, 

W.  O. 
Clark  Levi,  painter,  dwl  S  s  Eighteenth  nr  West. 
Clark   Malcolm,   wagonmaker,   cor  Tenth  and   Franklin,   dwl   765 

Jackson. 
Clark  Marion,  liquor  saloon,  461  Seventh,  dwl  463  Fourth. 
Clark  Mary  C.  Mrs.,  teacher  piano,  dwl  N  s  Sixteenth  bet  Clay  and 

Jefferson. 
Clark  M.  C,  barkeeper  Olmsted  House,  W  s  San  Pablo  Av. 
Clark  Melville  (Clark  <t  Co.),  dwl  SW  cor  Jackson  and  Fifth. 
Clark  Newton,  builder,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  bet  West  Tenth  and  West 

Twelfth,  W.  O. 
Clark  Samuel,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Clark  Seth,  capitalist,  dwl  E  s  Market  nr  Fourteenth. 
Clai-k  William,  liquor,  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  bet  Wood  and  Willow, 

W.  O. 
Clark  William,  grocer,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham, 

w.  o. 


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OAKLAND       [  C  ]       DIRECTORY. 


Clark  William  (Clark  <k  Gray),  dwl  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirk- 
ham. 

Clark  William  D.  (W.  D.  Clark  &  Co.,  S.  F.),  dwl  626  Thirteenth. 

Clark  W.  M.,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Lydia  bet  Curtis  and  West. 

Clark  <fe  Co.  (Melville  Clark,  William  E.  J.  Baughman,  and  Tattag 
Tenneson),  manufacturers  reed  organs,  NE  cor  Tenth  and  Frank- 
lin. 

Clark  <fe  Gray  (HVilliam  Clark  and  H.  M.  Gray),  groceries,  wines,  and 
liquors,  cor  Broadway  and  Fourteenth. 

CLARKE  SAMUEL  J.  Jr.,  register  in  bankruptcy,  office  Gieschen's 
Building,  NE  cor  Broadway  and  Sixth. 

Clarke  John,  woodturner,  dwl  623  Third. 

Classon  John  (Classon  &  Trost),  dwl  1010  Broadway. 

Classon  &  Trost  (John  Classon  and  Gustavus  Trost),  hairdressing 
saloon,  1010  Broadway. 

Clausen  August,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Central  Pacific  Railroad 
House,  O.  P. 

Clavelot  A.,  sawmaker,  411  Seventh. 

Clay  Frederick,  president  Whitney  &  Co.'s  Express,  office  855  Broad- 
way, dwl  cor  Webster  and  Twenty-second. 

Clay  John,  machinist,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 

Clayton  Charles  C,  clerk  Grand  Central  Hotel. 

Clayton  Williaim  cabinetmaker  E.  Hook,  dwl  517  Ninth. 

Clear  Thomas,  fireman  Oakland  Gas  Light  Co.,  dwl  358  Ninth. 

Cleary  Edward,  joiner,  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham, 
W.  0. 

Cleary  Mary  Mrs.,  housekeeper  Owen  Lafferty,  517  Seventh. 

Cleary  William,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co. 

Cleary  Wilson,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

Clem  E.  A.,  conductor  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Clemens  Gilbert,  commission  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  859  Washing- 
ton. 

Clement  E.  B.,  searcher  records  (S.  F.),  dwl  1055  Eleventh. 

Clement  L.  M.,  first  assistant  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  West 
Twelfth  nr  Filbert. 

Clemont  Michael,  student,  dwl  W  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr  Walton. 

CLERK  CITY  OF  OAKLAND,  Henry  Hillebrand,  office  5  City 
Hall. 

CLERK  COUNTY  OF  ALAMEDA,  J.  Y.  B.  Goodrich,  office 
County  Court  House. 

Cleveland  Charles  D.,  stuff er  Manhattan  Marble  Co.,  dwl  Overland 
House. 

Cleveland  C.  W.,  engineer,  dwl  W  s  Myrtle  bet  West  Eighth  and 
West  Tenth,  W.  O. 

Clifford  John,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  W  s  Chester  bet  Railroad 
Av.  and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 

Clifford  Joseph,  fireman  C.  R.  R.  R.,  dwl  E  s  Lewis  bet  West  First 
and  West  Third,  W.  O. 

Clifton  William  G.,  clerk  C.  R.  Lewis  &  Co.,  dwl  954  Broadway. 

Cline  Samuel,  carpenter,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 


Fresh  milk  cream  and  butter  milk,  wholesale  and  retail  at  469  Ninth. 


F.  S—  Oatmeal  and  corn  meal,  416  Ninth  St.  nr  Broadway— 0.  F.  S. 


OAKLAND       [C]       DIRECTORY.  137 

Cline  N.,  janitor,  Benitz  Block. 

Clinton  Agnes  Miss,  dressmaker,  dwl  753  Webster. 

Clinton  C.  H.,  carpenter  California  Bridge  and  Building  Co. 

Clinton  D.  W.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  NW  cor  Seventeenth  and 
Brush. 

Clinton  Flouring  Mills,  "Weston  &  Welch  proprietors,  SW  cor  East 
Eleventh  and  Twelfth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Clivio  Cesare  (Clivio  &  Cavaynaro),  dwl  907  Broadway. 

Clivio  &  Cavaynaro  (Cesare  Clivio  and  Florence  Cavaynaro),  fruits, 
nuts,  etc.,  907  Broadway. 

Cloaran  Edward,  brewer,  dwl  NE  cor  Telegraph  A  v.  and  Twenty- 
first. 

Cloke  Richard,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 

Close  D.  E.,  farmer,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Filbert  and  Myrtle. 

Clough  Edwin  H.,  reporter,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Wood  and  Willow, 
W.  O. 

Clough  Henry  A.,  law  clerk,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Wood  and  Wil- 
low, W.  O. 

Clough  J.  P.,  mining  agent,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Wood  and  Willow, 

w.  o. 

Clough  M.  E.,  engineer  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co. 

Clover  M.,  bricklayer,  dwl  W  s  Campbell  bet  Lincoln  and  Twelfth, 

W.  O. 
Clovis  Dion,  gardener,  dwl  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Madison  and  Jackson. 
Clow  Amelia  B.  Miss,  teacher  Durant  School,  dwl  S  s  Caledonia  Av. 

nr  Telegraph  Av. 
Clow  Elizabeth  Mrs.,  dwl  S  s  Caledonia  Av.  bet  Telegraph  and  San 

Pablo  avs. 
Clow  Mary  B.  Miss,  teacher  Durant  School,  dwl  S  s  Caledonia  Av. 

nr  Telegraph  Av. 
Clymer  James  J.,  dwl  1205  Franklin. 
Clymer  Jesse,  dwl  830  Clay. 

Coakley  Daniel,  plasterer,  dwl  N  s  Fifteenth  nr  Market. 
Coakley  John,  trainer,  dwl  Oakland  Trotting  Park. 
Coates  Annie  C.  (widow),  dwl  504  East  Fifteenth,  E.  O. 
Coates  Charles,  painter,  dwl  617  Tenth. 
Coates  John,  painter,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-seventh  nr  Grove. 
Coates  Joseph,  bricklayer,  dwl  N  s  Frederick  bet  Telegraph  and  San 

Pablo  avs. 
Coates  W.  D.,  dwl  W  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr  Seventeenth. 
Cobb  R.  S.,  carpenter,  dwl  921  Broadway. 
Cobbledick  James  (Meeker,  James  &  Co.,  S.  F.),  merchant,  dwl  177 

East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Coblents  M.,  mason,  dwl  S  s  Eighth  bet  Campbell  and   Peralta, 

W.  0. 
Coby  Peter,  laborer  Alameda  Grading  Co.,  dwl  Fourteenth  Av.  bet 

East  Twelfth  and  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 
Cochran  Asa  H.  (Cochran  <Sc  Hannan),  dwl  1114  Tenth  Avenue, 

E.  O. 
Cochran  Daniel  P.,  tailor,  dwl  NW  cor  First  and  Harrison. 


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138  OAKLAND       [(2]       DIRECTORY. 

Cochran  James,  dwl  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Cochran  J.  F.,  sign  and  ornamental  painter,   716  Broadway,  dwl 

"Washington  bet  Fourth  and  Fifth. 
Cochran  &  Hannan  (Asa  H.  Cochran  and  James  Hannan),  house  and 

sign  painters,  NE  cor  East  Twelfth  and  Tenth  Av.,  E.  O. 
Coder  Sherman,  wheelwright,  dwl  1114  Tenth  Av.,  E.  O. 
Cody  N.  A.  (N.  A.  Cody  &  Co.),  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine 

and  Wood,  W.  O. 
CODY  N.  A.   &  CO.  (J.    W.  Tucker),  druggists  and  apothecaries, 

N"  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 
Coe  John  T.,  collector,  office  921  Broadway,  dwl  SE  cor  Adeline  and 

West  Tenth. 
Coe  Theodore  H.,  bookkeeper  Oakland  Gas  Light  Co.,  dwl  SW  cor 

Eighth  and  Campbell. 
Coffee  David,  cai-penter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Star  House,  W.  O. 
Coffee  Herman  M.  (Coffee  &  Furst),  dwl  813  Broadway. 
Coffee  <fe  Furst  (Herman  M.   Coffee  and  Herman  Furst),  diy  goods, 

837  Broadway. 
Coffey  William,  salesman  E.  H.  Hyde,  dwl  456  Eighth. 

Coffin ,  druggist,  dwl  Grand  Western  Hotel,  W.  O. 

Coffin  Frederick  D.,  ship  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Chase  bet  Willow  and 

Campbell,  W.  O. 
Coffin  F.  S.,  carpenter  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co.,  dwl  S  s  Lincoln. 

bet  Wood  and  Pine,  W.  O. 
Coggeshall  Frederick  C,  farmer,  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av.  nr  Temes- 

cal  Bridge. 
Coggeshall  F.  R.,  bookkeeper  George  S.  Brown  &  Co.,  dwl  W  s  San 

Pablo  Av.  nr  Temescal  Bridge. 
Cogswell  Charles,  engineer,  269  Ninth. 

Cohen  James,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-second  bet  Curtis  and  West. 
Cohn  John,  tailor,  751  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Colbert  B.,  stevedore,  dwl  S  s  Fifteenth  bet  Market  and  West. 
Colbert  Curtis,  clerk,  dwl  E  s  Market  nr  Fifteenth. 
Colbert  John,  nursery,  junction  Adeline  and  San  Pablo  Av. 
Colburn  Alfred,  freight  clerk  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Louise,  dwl  SW 

cor  Campbell  and  West  Twelfth,  W.  O. 
Colburn  E.  S.,  dwl  SW  cor  Campbell  and  Twelfth,  W.  O. 
Colburn  J.  S.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  SW  cor  Campbell  and  West  Twelfth, 

W.  O. 
Colby  E.  B.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R,  R,  W.  O. 

Colby  Flora  Miss,  dressmaker,  dwl  KW  cor  Chester  and  West  Third. 
Colby  Frances  Miss  (Misses  C),  dwl  S  s  Laurel  bet  Broadway  and 

Telegraph  Av. 
Colby  Hiram  H.  (Steere  &  C),  dwl  SE  cor  Thirteenth  Av.  and  East 

Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Colby  Misses  (Frances  and  Flora),  dressmakers,  S  s  Laurel  bet  Tel- 
egraph Av.  and  Broadway. 
Coldwi  Frederick,  ship  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Atlantic  bet 

Pine  and  Cedar. 
Cole ,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Castro  nr  Twelfth. 


For  Ice  Cream  Freezers  go  to  J.  S.  G.  GORDON'S,  469  Ninth  Street. 


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OAKLAND       [  C  ]       DIRECTORY.  139 

Cole  F.  M.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

Cole  Jeremiah,  laborer,  dwl  Union  nr  Twenty-sixth. 

Cole  John,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Atlantic  bet  Willow  and 

Wood. 
Cole  Leander  G.,  dwl  W  s  Webster  bet  Twentieth  and  Twenty-first. 
COLE  RECTOR  E.,  dentist,  ofiice  1055  Broadway,  and  president 

Board  of  Education,  dwl  SE  cor  Adeline  and  West  Tenth,  W.  O. 
Cole  William,  laborer  Taylor  &  Co,  dwl  563  Second. 
Cole  W.  J.,  bookkeeper,  dwl  608  Fifth. 
Coleman  Edward,  dwl  Union  nr  Twenty-sixth,  W.  0. 
Coleman  John,  laborer  C.  P.  R^l.,  W.  O. 
Coleman  John  W.,  stock  broker  (S.  F.),  dwl  NW  cor  Eighth  and 

Brush. 
Coleman  Martin,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Coleman  Patrick,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Coleman  T.  S.,  dwl  10  Pine,  Pearson's  Row,  W.  O. 
Colen  Henry,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange, 

W.  O. 
Colfer  John,  clerk  James  Larue,  dwl  W  s  Fifteenth  A  v.  bet  East 

Nineteenth  and  East  Twentieth,  E.  O. 
Colgate  Frederick,  miner,  dwl  N  s  Fifteenth  bet  Market  and  West. 
Colgett  John,  gardener,  dwl  S  s  West  Fourteenth  bet  Linden  and 

Filbert. 
Collie  John,  sewing  machine  agent,  dwl  S  s  Eleventh  bet  Castro  and 

Brash. 
Collier  A  ,  printer,  dwl  W  s  Market  bet  Twentieth  and  Twenty-first. 
Collier  J.,  dwl  Union  bet  West  Twenty-fourth  and  West  Twenty- 
sixth,  W.  O. 
Coligan  Terrence,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Thoroughfare. 
Collins  Albert  F.  (Collins,  Wheaton  &  Luhrs,  S.  F.),  dwl  NW  cor 

Jackson  and  Durant. 
Collins  A.  W.,  under  sheriff,  dwl  913  Madison. 
Collins  Cornelius,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Collins  Dennis,  gardener,  dwl  167  Eighth. 
Collins  George  H.  ( Hi y gins  &  C,  S.  F.),  dwl  SE  cor  Chestnut  and 

West  Third,  W.  O. 
Collins  Hanora  (widow),  dwl  S  s  Eighteenth  bet  Market  and  West. 
Collins  James,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Seventeenth  bet  Market  and  West. 
Collins  John,  wiper  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Collins  L.  P.,  agent  Florence  Sewing  Machine  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Pine 

bet  Division  and  Seward,  W.  O. 
Collins  M.,  liquors  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  West  Eighth  bet  Adeline  and 

Union. 
Collins  Patrick,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Alameda. 
Collins  Patrick  M.,  carpenter,  S  s  Seventeenth  nr  Grove. 
Collins  Samuel  G.,  drayman,  dwl  601  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Collins  William  B.,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Myrtle  bet  West  Fifth  and 

Market,  W.  O. 
Collinson  Samuel,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Ninth  bet  Chester  and  Peralta, 

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140  OAKLAND       [C]       DIRECTORY. 

Collischonn  Charles,  clerk  Belloc  Freres  (S.  F.),  dwl  NE  cor  Wood 

and  Atlantic. 
Collyer  Charles,  dwl  NE  cor  Twelfth  and  Wood,  W.  O. 
Collyer  David,  student,  dwl  NE  cor  Twelfth  and  Wood,  W.  O. 
Collyer  George,  printer  (S.  F),  dwl  NE  cor  Twelfth  and  Wood,  W.  O. 
Collyer  Jacob,  carpenter  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  NE  cor  Twelfth  and 

Wood,  W.  0. 
Colman  Martin,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 
Colson  Edward,  student,  dwl  163  Eleventh. 
Colter  William,  painter  C.  P.  R.  g.,  W.  O. 
Coltingham  R.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Center  and  Kirkhani, 

W.  0. 
Combes  Edward  N.,  salesman  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Campbell  bet  Chase 

and  Taylor,  W.  O. 
Combes  Michael,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Campbell  and  Willow, 

w.  o. 

Commiskey  Alice  Mrs.,  dwl  715  Third. 

Compton  John,  engineer  C.  P.  P.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Louise. 

Compton  K.  H.,  brakeman  local  train  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Comstock  Frank,  carpenter,  dwl  Fifteenth  nr  Kirkhani,  W.  0. 

Comstock  Oliver  P.,  carpenter,  dwl  518  Eighth. 

CONARD  WILLIS  D.,  druggist,  SW  cor  East  Twelfth  and  Thir- 
teenth Av.,  E.  O. 

Condee  H.  E.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Linden  bet  West  Eighth  and 
West  Tenth,  W.  O. 

Cone  James,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  W  s  Chester  bet  Railroad  Av. 
and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 

Congdon  Amelia  (widow),  dwl  NE  cor  Sixth  Av.  and  East  Tenth, 
W.  O. 

Conklin ,  tailor,  dwl  Alta  House. 

Conklin  John,  helper  King  &  Williams,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel, 
W.  O. 

Conklin  John,  plumber,  dwl  323  Ninth. 

Conley  Edward,  dwl  N  s  Eighteenth  nr  Filbert. 

Conley  William,  blacksmith  Kennedy  &,  Manning,  dwl  cor  Third  and 
Webster. 

Conlin  Edward,  helper  C.  P.  R.  R,,  W.  O. 

Conlon  Edward,  blacksmith,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  West. 

Conn  Frank,  bookkeeper,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-fifth  bet  Broadway  and 
Telegraph  Av. 

Conn  J.,  brick  molder,  dwl  N  s  Eighteenth  bet  Cypress  and  Kirk- 
ham,  W.  O. 

Connell  James,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  0. 

Connell  M.  &  M.  L.  Misses,  dressmakers,  321  Twelfth. 

Connell  Maria  Miss  (Misses  M.  &  M.  L.  Connell),  dressmaker,  dwl 
321  Twelfth. 

Connell  M.  L.  Miss  (Misses  M.  <L:  M.  L.  Connell),  dressmaker,  res 
San  Francisco. 

Connell  William,  laborer  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  dwl  213  Sixth. 

Connelly  William  O,  blacksmith,  dwl  329  Third. 


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OAKLAND       [C]       DIRECTORY.  141 

Connelly  William  K.,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-second  bet  Market 
and  Curtis. 

Conner  James,  teamster  dwl  S  s  Twenty-fourth  bet  Broadway  and 
Telegraph  Av. 

Conner  John,  laborer,  dwl  761  Castro. 

Conner  Winfield,  livery  stable,  dwl  S  s  Twenty -fourth  bet  Broadway 
and  Telegraph  Av. 

Conners  J.  Mrs.,  dwl  809  Webster. 

Connighan  Frank,  laborer,  dwl  416  Seventh. 

Connoly  Martin,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Connolly  Michael,  horseshoer,  dwl  NE  cor  Eleventh  and  Franklin. 

Connolly  Michael,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  E  s  Short  bet  Cedar  and 
Bay,  W.  O. 

Connor  C,  laborer,  dwl  408  Fifth. 

Connor  James,  carpenter,  dwl  NE  cor  Twelfth  and  Kirkkam,  W.  0. 

Connor  James,  teamster  Oakland  Paving  Co. 

Connor  J.  H.,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  Market. 

Connor  L.  B.,  conductor  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Stockton. 

Connor  Mary,  nurse  W.  H.  Rulofson,  dwl  SW  cor  Twelfth  and  Mar- 
ket. 

Connor  Timothy,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R,  dwl  415  Seventh. 

Connors  John,  coaling  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Connors  John,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 

Connors  Patrick,  laborer,  dwl  SW  cor  Twenty-second  and  Curtis. 

Conrad  Jacob,  cook  St.  Charles  Hotel,  dwl  1106  Broadway. 

Conrad  William,  laborer  James  Davis,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-second  nr 
Lydia. 

Conroy  Martin,  laborer  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co.,  dwl  SW  cor 
Seventeenth  and  West. 

Considine  P.,  laborer  Oakland  Gas  Light  Co.,  dwl  Alice  nr  Third. 

Constantine  Patrick,  laborer  S.  F.  Gas  Co.,  dwl  218  Sixth. 

Contra  Costa  Laundry  Association  (George  H.  Hallett,  Pliny  Bart- 
lett,  and  P.  E.  Dalton),  laundry,  SW  cor  West  Fourteenth  and 
Kirkham,  O.  P.,  office  865  Broadway. 

CONTRA  COSTA  WATER  CO.,  A.  Chabot  president,  C.  Brier, 
cashier,  office  458  Eighth. 

Contreras  Pedro,  laborer,  dwl  522  Fourth. 

Convent  of  Our  Lady  of  the  Sacred  Heart  (St.  Mary),  Mother  Bap- 
tist superior,  Sister  Eugene  principal,  E  s  Webster  bet  Twenty- 
fhst  and  Twenty-second. 

Conway  Edward,  real  estate,  dwl  S  s  Seventeenth  bet  Brush  and 
West. 

Conway  M.,  car  cleaner  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  San  Francisco. 

Conway  Morris  D.,  painter,  dwl  S  s  East  Fourteenth  nr  Twenty- 
second  Av.,  E.  O. 

Conway  Thomas,  laborer,  dwl  W  s  Lusk  nr  Evoy  Av. 

Cook  B.  B.,  teamster,  dwl  Thirtieth  nr  Chestnut. 

Cook  Franklin,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Wood  and  Willow,  W.  O. 

Cook  H.  W.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R,  W.  O. 

Cook  James,  laundryman  Grand  Central  Hotel,  dwl  319  Eleventh. 


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Cook  James,  turner  dwl  S  s  Fifteenth  nr  West. 

Cook  J.  J.,  dwl  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham,  W.  0. 

Cook  John,  dwl  821  Washington. 

Cook  John,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Market  nr  Eighteenth. 

Cook  John,  farmer,  dwl  1ST  s  Twenty-eighth  bet  Market  and  Myrtle. 

Cook  Joseph,  porter  Tubbs'  Hotel,  dwl  462  Sixth. 

Cook  J.  S.,  proprietor  Alta  House,  NWcor  Eighth  and  Washington. 

Cook  Philip,  printer,  dwl  467  Tenth. 

Cook  P.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  467  Tenth. 

Cook  W.  B.,  carpenter  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co.,  res  Alameda. 

Cooksay  Frank,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Myrtle  bet  Twenty-eighth  and 
Thirtieth. 

Coolbrith  Ina  D.,  librarian  Oakland  Library,  dwl  N  s  Fifteenth  bet 
Clay  and  Jefferson. 

Cooley  Henry,  timekeeper  C.  P.  R.  P.,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and 
Wood,  W.  0. 

Coolidge  J.  C,  dwl  S  s  Brown  bet  Grove  and  West. 

Coombs  Henry,  stair  builder  George  M.  Blair,  dwl  166  Second. 

Coon  Henry,  miner,  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  Ninth  and  Twelfth,  W.  0. 

Cooney  James,  dwl  E  s  Market  nr  Eighteenth. 

Coop  John,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Lydia  bet  Market  and  Curtis. 

Cooper  C.  L.,  carpenter,  dwl  962  Grove. 

Cooper  F.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

Cooper  Frank,  teamster  Taylor  &  Co.,  dwl  SW  cor  Third  and  Jef- 
ferson. 

Cooper  John,  farmer,  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  bet  Market  and  West. 

Cooper  Thomas,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Lydia  bet  Curtis  and  West. 

Cooper  Thomas,  teamster,  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  West. 

Copeley  John  J.,  laborer  dwl  E  s  Chestnut  bet  West  First  and  West 
Third,  W.  0. 

Copp  Stephen,  carpenter,  dwl  728  Myrtle. 

Corbett  James,  laborer,  dwl  815  Filbert. 

Corbett  Samuel,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Eleventh  bet  Castro  and  Grove. 

Corby  J.,  plasterer,  dwl  838  Broadway. 

Corcoran  A.  M.  (widow),  dwl  803  Jefferson. 

Corcoran  Michael  J.,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Center  and  Kirk- 
ham, W.  0. 

Corcoran  John,  blacksmith  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Railroad  Av.  bet 
Henry  and  Chester,  W.  O. 

Cordan  Antonio  C,  hairdresser  (S.  F.),  dwl  506  East  Fifteenth, 
E.  O. 

Corder  Thomas  W.,  dwl  S  s  East  Fourteenth  bet  Eighteenth  and 
Nineteenth  avs,  E.  O. 

Cordes  Frederick,  tanner,  dwl  Mansion  House,  E.  O. 

Cordes  Hermann,  manufacturer  brooms  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Railroad 
Av.  bet  Union  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 

Cordes  P.  Henry,  farmer,  dwl  cor  San  Pablo  and  Park  avs. 

Corfield  A.  M.  Miss,  music  teacher,  dwl  SE  cor  Clay  and  Sixth. 

Corley  T.,  seeds  and  nursery  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  East  Sixteenth  nr  town 
line,  E.  O. 


GORDON'S  Ice  Cream  Manufactory,  469  Ninth  Street,  Oakland. 


Oil-cake  meal  and  ground  barley,  416  Ninth  Street  near  Bdwy. 


OAKLAND       [C]       DIRECTORY.  143 

Cornell  Charles  M.,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Thirteenth  Av.  bet  East 
Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth,  E.  0. 

Cornell  G.,  painter,  dwl  811  Washington. 

Cornell  Edward,  butcher,  dwl  E  s  Market  nr  Eighteenth. 

Cornell  James,  laborer  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  N  s  First  bet  Broadway 
and  Franklin. 

Cornell  James,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  First  bet  Broadway  and  Franklin. 

Cornell  John  Richard,  painter,  dwl  379  Fifth. 

Cornell  M.  J.,  painter,  dwl  W  s  Castro  nr  Twelfth. 

Cornish  Thomas,  dwl  511  Third. 

Cornish  Thomas  H.,  painter,  dwl  511  Third. 

Cornor  C.  W.  (Gomor  &  Broad),  dwl  NE  cor  Second  and  Franklin. 

Cornor  &  Broad  (C.  W.  Comer  and  Charles  Broad),  boots  and  shoes, 
952  Broadway. 

Cornwall  Joseph,  capitalist,  dwl  Grand  Western  Hotel,  W.  O. 

Cornwall  J.  B.,  dwl  W  s  Foplar  bet  Tenth  and  Twelfth,  W.  O. 

CORONER    COUNTY    OF   ALAMEDA,    S.  H.  Mather,   office 
County  Court  House. 

Corrigan  Peter,  machinist,  dwl  S  s  West  Fifth  bet  Linden  and  Filbert. 

Corry  John,  mill  hand,  dwl  E  s  Filbert  bet  Eighteenth  and  Twenty- 
first. 

Cortelyou  Cornelius  L.,  dwl  807  Market. 

Cortelyou  Kate  Miss,  music  teacher,  dwl  807  Market. 

Corwin  E.,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  San  Jose. 

Cosi  Benjamin,  gardener  W.  H.  Rulofson,  SW  cor  Twelfth  and  Mar- 
ket. 

Cosmopolitan  House,  J.  H.  Dodge  proprietor,  859  Broadway. 

COSMOPOLITAN    RESTAURANT,   Haugsted  &  Petersen  pro- 
prietors, 861  Broadway. 

Costello  Michael,  clerk,  dwl  763  Castro. 

Costigan  James  M.,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Franklin  bet  Four- 
teenth and  Fifteenth. 

Costigan  J.  H.  (Stubbs  &  C),  dwl  W  s  Market  bet  Sixth  and  Sev- 
enth. 

Cotter  William,  dwl  N  s  Brown  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Cotton  Cornelia  W.  (widow),  dwl  N  s  Walton  nr  Telegraph. 

Cotton  Frank  E.,   superintendent  California   Bridge  and   Building 
Co.,  dwl  NE  cor  Walton  and  Grove. 

Cotton  Jared  C,  secretary  California  Bridge  and  Building  Co.,  office 
921  Broadway,  dwl  NE  cor  Walton  and  Grove. 

Coughlan  John,  painter,  dwl  517  Sixth. 

Coughlin  Dennis,  milkman,  dwl  771  Eleventh. 

Coughlin  John,  helper  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Coughlin  John  J.,  tinsmith  Matthew  De  La  Montanya,  dwl  Ninth 
bet  Webster  and  Harrison. 

Coughlin  Lizzie  Miss,  domestic  Edward   P.  Flint,  W  s  Washington 

bet  Twelfth  and  Thirteenth. 
Coulter  William,  painter,  dwl  712  Franklin. 

Count  George,  painter,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  West  Tenth  and  West 
Twelfth,  W.  O. 


Rich  goods  suitable  for  presents  at  STRICKLAND  &  CO.'S  store. 


E.  W.  WOODWAED  &  CO.,  958  Broadway,  Oakland  Real  Estate. 


144  OAKLAND       [C]       DIRECTORY. 

COUNTY  ASSESSOR,  J.  E.  Whitcher  and  A.  B.  Webster,  town- 
ship assessors,  office  County  Court  House. 
COUNTY  AUDITOR,  Peter  R.  Borein,  office  County  Court  House. 
COUNTY  CLERK,  J.  Y.  B.  Goodrich,  office  County  Court  House. 
COUNTY    CORONER    AND    PUBLIC    ADMINISTRATOR, 

Solon  H.  Mather,  office  County  Court  House. 
COUNTY  COURT,  Stephen  G-.   Nye  judge,  rooms  County  Court 

House. 
COUNTY  COURT  HOUSE,  Broadway  bet  Fourth  and  Fifth. 
COUNTY  JAIL,  Frederick  Bryant  jailor,  Washington  bet  Fourth 

and  Fifth. 
COUNTY    JUDGE,   Stephen   G.    Nye,   chambers   County    Court 

House. 
COUNTY    RECORDER,   Benjamin  S.  Marston,  office  Hall  of  Re- 
cords, County  Court  House. 
COUNTY  SHERIFF,  Henry  N.  Morse,  office  County  Court  House. 
COUNTY  SURVEYOR,  Louis  Castro,  office  County  Court  House. 
COUNTY  TAX  COLLECTOR,  C.  J.  Stevens,  office  County  Court 

House. 
COUNTY  TREASURER,  Robert  S.  Farrelly,  office  County  Court 

House. 
Coursen  Edgar  A.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  719  Fifth. 
COURT  COUNTY,  Stephen  G.  Nye  judge,  rooms  County  Court 

House. 
COURT    JUSTICES',  Oakland  Township,  George  H.   Fogg,  814 

Broadway,  and  James  Lentell,  NW  cor  Eleventh  and  Franklin. 
COURT  POLICE,  A.  H.  Jayne  judge,  room  7  City  Hall. 
COURT  PROBATE,  Stephen  G.  Nye  judge,  rooms  County  Court 

House. 
COURT    THIRD    JUDICIAL    DISTRICT,   Samuel   B.   McKee 

judge,    rooms    County    Court    House,   judge's   chambers   1004 

Broadway. 
Courvoisier  Frederick  L.,  groceries,  provisions,  etc.,  901   Webster, 

dwl  S  s  Eighth  nr  Alice. 
Couse  Robert,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Myrtle  bet  West  Third  and  West 

Fifth,  W.  O. 
Cousens  Michael,  deck  hand  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  El  Capitan. 
Coutolenc  John  H.  A.,  butcher,  NE  cor  Jefferson  and  Third,  dwl  574 

Third. 
Covaco  Joaquin  S.,  bootmaker,  dwl  412  Seventh. 
Covell  Charles  A.,  pipemaker  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  dwl  Overland 

House. 
Covert  S.  H,  foreman  painter  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Cowan  David,  ship  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  William  bet  Cedar  and  Pine. 
Cowan  Ellen  Mrs.,  boarding  and  lodging,  S  s  William  bet  Cedar  and 

Pine. 
Cowan  John,  carpenter  California  Bridge  and  Building  Co. 
Cowan  Patrick,  carpenter  California  Bridge  and  Building  Co. 
Cowan  W.  H,  carpenter,  dwl  963  Franklin. 
Coward  Hamilton  G.,  miner,  dwl  178  Eighth. 


J.  S.  G.  GORDON,  agent  for  Napa  Soda  Springs.    469  Ninth  Street. 


0.  F.  3.— Extra  family  and  Graham  flour,  416  Ninth  nr  Bdwy— 0.  F.  S. 


OAKLAND       [C]       DIRECTORY.  145 

Cowell  John,  carpenter,  dwl  SW  cor  Eighth  Av.  and  East  Eight- 
eenth, E.  O. 

Cowell  Richard,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  Eighth  and 
Ninth  avs,  E.  O. 

Cowell  Thomas,  laborer,  dwl  SE  cor  Fourteenth  Av.  and  East  Sev- 
enteenth, E.  O. 

Cox  James,  painter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Overland  House. 

Cox  James  W,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Merrimac  Place  bet  Web- 
ster and  Telegraph  Av, 

Cox  Samuel,  gardener,  dwl  SE  cor  Twenty-second  and  Webster. 

Coxhead  Thomas  C,  homeopathic  physician,  office  and  dwl  517  Tenth. 

Coy  C.  J.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Filbert  and  Myrtle. 

Coyle  Daniel,  laborer  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  dwl  416  Seventh. 

Coyle  James,  carpenter  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co. 

Coyne  Michael,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  W  s  Chester  bet  Railroad 
Av.  and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 

Crabtree  Comus  L.,  clerk  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  568  Sixth. 

Craddock  Delia  L.  Miss,  ladies'  hairdresser  and  dealer  human  hair, 
1015  Broadway,  dwl  1057  Washington. 

Craffe  Henry,  porter  (S.  F.),  dwl  NW  cor  Twentieth  Av.  and  East 
Sixteenth,  E.  O. 

Cragan  Michael,  merchant  tailor,  309  Twelfth,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

Craig  Andrew,  salesman  Oakland  Lumber  Yard,  dwl  W  s  Washing- 
ton nr  Eighth. 

Craig  Elizabeth  Miss,  teacher  Lincoln  Grammar  School,  dwl  177  East 
Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Craig  Frederick,  dwl  S  s  William  bet  Wood  and  Pine. 

Craig  Homer  A.,  secretary  Alameda  County  Branch  Home  Mutual 
Insurance  Co.,  and  agent  Pacific  Mutual  Life  Insurance  Co., 
office  924  Broadway,  dwl  SW  cor  Grove  and  Walton. 

Craig  John,  clerk,  dwl  N  s  West  Fourteenth  nr  Kirkham,  W.  O. 

Craig  Joseph  R.,  clerk,  dwl  177  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Craig  Lee  D.,  mining  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Center  bet  Ninth  and  Tenth, 
W.  O. 

Craig  Nathan,  wood  turner,  dwl  Union  nr  Twenty-sixth. 

Craig  R.  R.,  mining  (S.  F),  dwl  W  s  Center  bet  Ninth  and  Tenth, 
W.  O. 

Craig  S.  J.  Mrs.,  dwl  946  Myrtle. 

Craig  W.  H,  dentist,  office  and  dwl  1055  Broadway. 

Craig  Walter  R.,  miner  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Center  bet  Ninth  and  Tenth, 
W.  0. 

Craig  William,  plumber,  dwl  Overland  House. 

Craig  William  C.,  miner  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Center  bet  Ninth  and 
Tenth,  W.  O. 

Craig  Wilton  P.  (T.  R.  Posey  &  Co.),  dwl  SW  cor  Grove  and  Walton. 

Cramer  Adolph,  bookkeeper  Oakland  Bank  of  Savings,  dwl  W  s 
Broadway  bet  Twentieth  and  Twenty-first. 

Crampton  William,  lather,  dwl  1001  Franklin. 

Crampton  W.  M.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

Crandell  James,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  Market. 


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Crane  Annie  E.  Miss,  cloakmaker  Mrs.  F.  Slate,  dwl  cor  Twenty- 
sixth  and  San  Pablo  Av. 

Crane  Charles  W.,  advertising  agent  (S.  R),  dwl  W  s  Poplar  bet 
Tenth  and  Twelfth,  W.  0. 

Crane  Edward,  clerk,  dwl  Eighth  nr  Myrtle. 

Crane  Erwin  J.,  agent  (S.  F.),  dwl  Jackson  opp.  Lake  Av. 

Crane  George, 'carpenter,  dwl  NE  cor  Twenty-sixth  and  San  Pablo 
Av. 

Crane  G.  E.,  joiner  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  0. 

Crane  James  E.,  clerk  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  775  Fourteenth. 

Crane  James  H.,  insurance  agent,  dwl  W  s  Poplar  bet  Tenth  and 
Twelfth,  W.  0. 

Crane  William  W.  Jr.,  attorney  at  law  (S.  F),  dwl  NW  cor  Tenth 
and  Market. 

Cranz  Frederick,  printer,  dwl  Peralta  nr  Thirty-sixth. 

Craven  Andrew  F.,  principal  Lincoln  Grammar  School,  dwl  S  s  Pros- 
pect Place  nr  Telegraph  Av. 

Craven  Andrew  F.  Mrs.,  teacher  Lincoln  School,  dwl  S  s  Prospect 
Place  nr  Telegraph  Av. 

Craven  Henry  S.,  civil  engineer,  dwl  369  Fifth. 

Crawford  A.  W.,  carpenter,  dwl  624  Second. 

Crawford  Alonzo,  teacher,  dwl  E  s  Eighteenth  bet  Brush  and  West. 

Crawford  G.  W.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  0. 

Crawford  William,  mill  hand  Pacific  Planing  Mill. 

Crawford  William,  painter,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 

Crawley  F.,  mason,  dwl  W  s  Peralta  bet  Lincoln  and  Seward,  W.  0. 

Creaser  James,  carpenter,  dwl  722  Filbert. 

Creighton  William  B.,  painter,  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Kirkham  and 
Center,  W.  0. 

Cressey  Calvin  J.,  banker  (S.  F.),  dwl  Fourteenth  bet  Webster  and 
Harrison. 

Cressey  Frank  A.,  clerk,  dwl  Fourteenth  bet  Webster  and  Harrison. 

Crist  George  F.  (Crist  &  Rued),  dwl  SE  cor  Twenty-first  Av.  and 
East  Fourteenth,  E.  0. 

Crist  &  Rued  (George  Crist  and  John  C.  Rued),  proprietors  Brook- 
lyn Tannery,  NE  cor  Twenty-first  Av.  and  East  Twelfth,  E.  0. 

Crocker  M.,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  0. 

Crocker  Winslow,  architect,  dwl  1169  West. 

Crockett  John,  secretary  California  Mutual  Insurance  Co.  (S.  F.), 
dwl  S  s  Adams  Av.  bet  town  line  and  Fruit  Yale. 

Crockett  Joseph,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Adams  bet  town  line  and 
Fruit  Vale. 

Crockett  Joseph  B.,  judge  Supreme  Court  California,  dwl  S  s  Adams 
Av.  bet  town  line  and  Fruit  Vale. 

Crockett  Robert,  clerk  U.  S.  District  Court  (S.  F),  dwl  S  s  Adams 
Av.  bet  town  line  and  Fruit  Vale. 

Crog  F.  W.,  helper  C.  P.  R.  R,  0.  P. 

Croke  James,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  nr  Twenty-fourth. 

Crompton  John,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Louise,  dwl  612 
East  Eleventh,  E.  0. 


NAPA  SODA  is  recommended  by  physicians  as  healthful  drinking. 


0.  F.  S.— "Wheat  and  cracked  corn,  116  Ninth  St.  nr  Broadway— 0.  F.  S. 


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147 


Cron  William,  butcher,  dwl  S  s  East  Twelfth  bet  Nineteenth  and 

Twentieth  avs,  E.  O. 
Cronan  Ellen  (widow),  dwl  561  East  Fifteenth,  E.  O. 
Cronin  Daniel,  city  lamplightei*,   dwl  SE  cor  Fourteenth  Av.   and 

East  Twelfth,  E.  0. 
Cronin  Daniel,  trackman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  W  s  Kirkkani  bet  Eighth 

and  Ninth,  W.  O. 
Cronin  Daniel  N.,  steward,  dwl  703  East  Twelfth,  E.  0. 
Cronin  Stephen  D.,  groceries  and  liquors,  dwl  NE  cor  San  Pablo  Av. 

and  Laurel. 
Cronni  John,  dwl  409  Seventh. 
Cronkright  John  W.,  boot  and  shoemaker,  NW  cor  West  Fifth  and 

Lewis. 
Cronnin  John,  farmer,  N  s  old  county  road,  nr  town  line. 
Crook  B.  F.,  clerk,  dwl  S  s  West  Twelfth  bet  Adeline  and  Linden. 
Crook  F.  J.,  clerk,  dwl  S  s  West  Twelfth  bet  Adeline  and  Linden. 
Crooker  E.  H.,  stair  builder  George  M.  Blair. 
Crooks  John,  bricklayer,  dwl  W  s  Filbert  nr  Twenty-sixth. 
Cropley  Simmons,  laborer,  dwl  420  First. 

Cropper  Thomas,  dwl  N  s  Eighteenth  bet  Filbert  and  Linden. 
Cropper  W.  T.,  carpenter,  dwl  361  Ninth. 
Crosby  Charles,  fireman  C.  P.  R  R.,  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  bet  Wood 

and  Willow,  AV.  O. 
Crosby  Jennie  Miss,  dressmaker,  dwl  Harrison  bet  Seventh  and  Eighth. 
Crosby  John,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  E  s  Lewis  bet  West  Third 

and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 
Crosby  Joseph,  laborer,  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av. 
Croskill  John,  trackman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.   bet 

Cedar  and  Pine,  W.  O. 
CROSLEY  JOHN  S.,  jobber  and  retail  produce,  1  and  3  City  Mar- 
ket, dwl  NE  cor  Broadway  and  Ninth. 
Crosley  M.,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  bet  Market  and  West. 
Crossland  John,  carpenter  C  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Crow  Isaac  P.,  butcher,  dwl  N  s  Caledonia  Av.  cor  Grove. 
Crow  Mary  Miss,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Crowell  G,  farmer,  dwl  Adeline  bet  Forty-second  and  Forty-third. 
Crowell  George  B.,  foreman  Butler  and  Stilwell,  dwl  603  Franklin. 
Crowell  George  F.,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  Forty-first  and  Forty-second. 
Crowley  Cornelius,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  SW  cor  Atlantic  and 

Willow. 
Crowley  Cornelius,  trackman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  NE  cor  Short  and 

Cedar,  W.  O. 
Crowley  D.,  ship  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Crowley  Daniel,  gasfitter  Becht  &  Nicol,  dwl  1021  Franklin. 
Crowley  John,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 
Crowley  John,  marble  yard,  E  s  Franklin  bet  Second  and  Third,  dwl 

SW  cor  Sixth  and  Harrison. 
Croxen  John,  butcher,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 
Cruess  Lambert  D.,  rancher,  dwl  E  s  Wood  bet  West  Eighth  and 

Chase,  W.  O. 


STRICKLAND  &  CO.  manufacture  Account  Books  to  order. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  Agents  Royal  Ins.  Co.,  Capital  $14,000,000. 


148  OAKLAND       [C]       DIRECTORY. 

Crug  Manuel,  deck  hand  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Alameda. 

Crum  Charles,  farm  hand,  dwl  D,  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Crump  W.  P.,  machinist,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine  and  Wood, 

w.  o. 

Crumpton  James  H.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Cruse  Patrick,  laborer,  dwl  360  Fourth. 

Cruse  William,  foreman  Western  Development  Co.,  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl 

N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 
Cryer  Emma  J.,  retoucher  William  B.  Ingersoll,  res  San  Francisco. 
Culbertson  M.  Miss,  teacher,  dwl  E  s  Oak  bet  Tenth  and  Eleventh. 
Culbertson  M.  K.  Miss,  teacher  Mrs.  Poston,  dwl  E  s  Oak  bet  Tenth 

and  Eleventh. 
Culhane  G.,  liquors,  702  Broadway. 

Cull  A.  E.,  engineer,  dwl  E  s  Kirkham  bet  Eighth  and  Ninth. 
Cullen  H.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 
Cullen  James  W.  (widow),  dwl  1164  Alice. 
Cullen  Thomas,  machinist  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  West  Eighth  bet 

Wood  and  Willow,  W.  O. 
Cullon  Ernest,  laborer  California  Bridge  and  Building  Co. 
Cullum  George,  clerk,  dwl  S  s  West  Eighth  bet  Adeline  and  Union, 

w.  o. 

Cully  J.  M.,  carpenter,  dwl  838  Broadway. 

Cumberson  William,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Thoroughfare, 
dwl  N  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 

Cumins  S.  C,  cashier  Grand  Central  Hotel. 

Cu Turnings  A.  A.,  baggageman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  San  Francisco. 

Cummings  Anderson  (Cummings  &  Pearson),  dwl  N  s  Railroad  A  v. 
bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 

Cummings  David,  plasterer,  dwl  junction  Logan  and  San  Pablo  Av. 

Cummings  W.  T.,  night  telegraph  operator  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland 
Ferry  Wharf. 

CUMMINGS  &  PEARSON  (Anderson  Cummings  and  Charles  E. 
Pearson),  proprietors  Stanford  Stable,  NE  cor  Railroad  Av.  and 
Wood,  W.  O. 

Cummins  Peter,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R,  W.  O. 

Cunniff  John,  dealer  live  stock,  dwl  Nineteenth  Av.  bet  East  Four- 
teenth and  Fifteenth,  E.  O. 

Cunniff  Thomas  J.,  carpenter,  dwl  Nineteenth  Av.  bet  East  Four- 
teenth and  East  Fifteenth,  E.  O. 

Cunningham  A.,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  Ninth  and  Tenth, 

w.  o. 

Cunningham  J.  A.,  conductor  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Cunningham  John,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  953  Washington. 
Cunningham  John,  hostler  J.  C.  Trescott,  res  San  Francisco. 
Cunningham  Joseph,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Wood 

and  Willow,  W.  O. 
Cunningham    Margaret   Mrs.,   milliner   and   millinery   goods,    960 

Broadway. 
Cunningham  Timothy  J.,  clerk,  dwl  714  Filbert. 
Curidge  Joseph  N.,  clerk,  dwl  W  s  Market  bet  Tenth  and  Eleventh. 


J.  S.  G.  GORDON,  wholesale  and  retail  dealer  in  ice.    469  Ninth  St. 


0.  F.  S—  Whole  barley  and  corn,  416  Ninth  St.  near  Bdwy— 0.  F.  S. 


OAKLAND  £)  ]       DIRECTORY.  149 

Curley  Michael,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Leddy  bet  Brush  and  West. 
Curran  Rose  (widow),  dwl  SW  cor  "Willow  and  Lincoln,  W.  O. 
Current  T.  D.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Carry  E.  L.,  carpenter,  dwl  838  Broadway. 
Curry  James,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
CURRY  JOHN,  furnished  rooms,  411  Seventh. 
Curry  Robert,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Short  bet  Cedar  and  Bay,  W.  0. 
Curtin  James,   clerk   (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine  and 

Wood,  W.  0. 
Curtis  Edward,  broom  factory  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Eighth  bet  Campbell 

and  Willow,  W.  O. 
Curtis  Edward  B.,  laborer  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  S  s  Ninth  bet  Web- 
ster and  Franklin. 
Curtis  George  S.,  clerk,  dwl  E  s  Myrtle  bet  Twelfth  and  Fourteenth. 
Curtis  James  M.,  sawfiler  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and 

Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Curtis  Lucien,  dwl  SW  cor  Seventh  Av.  and  East  Nineteenth,  E.  0. 
Curtis  Marshall,  real  estate,  dwl  779  Sixth. 
Curtis  Murray,  dry  goods  dealer,  dwl  827  Market. 
Curtis  Robert,  miller,  dwl  Twenty-fourth  nr  Filbert. 
Curtis  William  F.,  contractor,  dwl  E  s  Linden  nr  West  Twelfth,  W.  O. 
Curtis  Winfield,  miner,  dwl  770  Sixth. 

Cui-tiss  E.,  jeweler,  dwl  NsRailroad  Av.  bet  Kirkham  and  Poplar,  W.  O. 
Cushing  A.  D.,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  NW  cor  East  Eleventh 

and  Twelfth  Av.,  E.  O. 
CUSHING  CLINTON,  physician,  office  921  Broadway,  dwl  322 

Eleventh. 
Cushing  F.  W.,  assistant  postmaster,  office  463  Ninth,  dwl  SW  cor 

Fifth  and  Webster. 
Cushing  George  H.,  saloon,  dwl  677  Fifth. 
Cushing  John  (JlcCrum  &  C),  dwl  362  Tenth. 
Cushing  John,  teamster  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co. 
Cusheon  Simeon  M.,  shipping  clerk,  dwl  808  Clay. 
Cusick  John,  laborer,  dwl  Chestnut  bet  Twenty-first  and  Twenty-second. 
Cuthbertson  Walter  J.,  draughtsman  Clinton  Day,  res  San  Francisco. 
Cutler  Alfred  W.,  carpenter,  dwl  813  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 
Cutting  James  R.,  conductor  C.  P.  R,  R,,  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  Ninth 

and  Twelfth,  W.  O. 
Cutting  Rachel  Mrs.,  boarding,  527  Eighth. 
Cutting  W.  J.,  carpenter,  dwl  527  Eighth. 
Cux  Gustavus,  civil  engineer,  dwl  S  s  William  bet  Cedar  and  Pine. 


D. 

Dabney  C.  W.,  dwl  S  s  Ninth  bet  Chester  and  Peralta. 

Dagenhart  William,  carpenter  Pacific  Planing  Mills,  dwl  cor  Taylor 

and  Pine,  W.  O. 
Daggett  Alexander,  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  Ninth  and  Twelfth,  W.  O. 
Daggett  Hiram,  painter,  dwl  NE  cor  Fifth  Av.  and  East  Fifteenth,  E.  O. 


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150  OAKLAND  Y)  ]       DIRECTORY. 

Daggett  Hiram  Wesley,  dwl  NE  cor  Fifth  Av.  and  East  Fifteenth, 

E.  O. 
Dahle  H.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Dale  John,  carpenter  California  Bridge  and  Building  Co. 
Daley  Michael,  teamster  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co. 
Daley  P.   J.,  cigars  and  tobacco,  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine  and 

Wood,  W.  0. 
Dalton  P.   Edward  (Contra  Costa  Laundry  Association),  res  San 

Francisco. 
Daly  Michael,  fireman,  dwl  N  s  Sixteenth  bet  Cypress  and  Kirkham, 

w.  o. 

Daly  P. ,  brakeman,  dwl  N  s  Sixteenth  bet  Cypress  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Daly  Richard,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-second  bet  Market  and  Curtis. 
Daly  Thomas,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Daly  Timothy,  teamster  Duffy  &  O'Neil,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-seventh  nr 

Grove. 
DALZIEL   JAMES,  stoves,  ranges,  and  tinware,  1149  Broadway, 

dwl  S  s  Caledonia  Av.  bet  Grove  and  Telegraph  Av. 
DALZIEL    ROBERT,  plumber  and  gasfitter,  1147  Broadway,  dwl 

962  West  Third,  W.  O. 
Dam  Alfonzo,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Nineteenth  nr  Market. 
Dam  Cyrus,  foreman  pile  driver  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  736  Linden. 
Dam  George  W.  (Dam  &  Myers),  dwl  916  Broadway. 
Dam  Harry  J.,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-third  nr  Telegraph  Av. 
Dam  L.  E.  Mrs.,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-third  nr  Telegraph  Av. 
Dam  Lizzie  Miss,  dressmaker  Mrs.  A.  S.  Baker,  dwl  cor  Nineteenth 

and  Market. 
Dam  Samuel,  pile  driver  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Nineteenth  nr  Market. 
Dam  William  H.,  pile  driver  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Nineteenth  nr 

Market. 
DAM    k    MYERS  (G.    W.   Dam  and  L.    W.  Myers),  real  estate 

agents,  office  906  Broadway. 
Dama  Augusta,  carriage  painter,  dwl  360  Fifth. 
Dame  Mary  L.  Miss,  teacher  Durant  School,  dwl  1057  Washington. 
Damkohler  Bruno,  salesman  William  Gernreich,  SW  cor  Eighth  and 

Chester,  W.  O. 
Damon  Dexter,  real  estate,  dwl  766  Fourteenth. 
Damon  James  E.,  real  estate  (S.  F.),  dwl  766  Fourteenth. 
Damon  Lizzie  Miss,  music  teacher,  dwl  766  Fourteenth. 
Dane  Emma  (widow),  dwl  275  Fourteenth.  • 

Danforth  George  S.,  carpenter  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  dwl  309  Third. 
Dangerfield  Joseph,  dwl  S  s  West  Fourteenth  bet  Linden  and  Filbert. 
Daniels  Arthur  F.,  upholsterer  E.  Hook,  dwl  cor  Filbert  and  Thir- 
tieth. 
Daniels  Bendix,  dwl  820  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Daniels  Gilbert,  salesman  E.  Hook,  dwl  cor  Filbert  and  Thirtieth. 
Daniels  Seth  F.,  attorney  at  law,  office  456  Eighth,  dwl  cor  Filbert 

and  Thirtieth. 
Danielson  J.,  upholsterer,  dwl  417  Seventh. 
Daniene  Charles,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  0. 

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OAKLAND  J3]       DIRECTORY.  151 

Daone  Charles,  pile  driver  C.  P.  R.  R,,  W.  O. 

Darnal  John  C,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  W  s  Henry  bet  West  First 

and  West  Third,  W.  0. 
Darnanville  Joseph,  waiter  Alphonse  &  J.  Marques,  dwl  850  Broad- 
way. 
Darrah  Lucy  (widow),  dwl  N  s  William  bet  Pine  and  Cedar. 
Darrell  James,  painter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Dams  T.,  driver  Oakland  Railroad  Co. 
Darrow  John  O.,  attorney  at  law,  dwl  1156  Alice. 
Dart  Putnam  C,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Myrtle  bet  West  Twelfth 

and  West  Fourteenth. 
David  Charles,  trainer  D.  G.  Green,  dwl  nr  Oakland  Trotting  Park. 
Davidson  Hugh,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Sixteenth  bet  Market  and  West. 
Davidson  Joseph,  gardener,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-second  nr  Curtis. 
Davidson  Samuel,  sawyer,  dwl  Fifteenth  nr  Cypress,  W.  O. 
Davis  A.  M.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  470  Eighth. 
Davis  B.,  carpenter,  dwl  Fifteenth  nr  West. 

Davis  Charles,  upholsterer  Schreiber  &  Mayer,  dwl  1064  Broadway. 
Davis  Charles  B.,  ship  calker,  dwl  W  s  Kirkham  bet  West  Eighth 

and  West  Ninth,  W.  O. 
Davis  Charles  E.,  dwl  769  Eighth. 

Davis  E.  J.,  steward  Mrs.  G.  M.  Blake,  1057  Washington. 
Davis  Edmund  S.,  U.  S.  Surveyor-General  Nevada,  dwl  769  Eighth, 
Davis  Frederick,  blacksmith  Henry  Weeks,  dwl  553  East  Twelfth, 

E.  O. 
Davis  Granville,  boot  and  shoemaker,  dwl  573  Eighth. 
Davis  H,  second-hand  furniture,  663  Broadway. 
Davis  H.  B.,  calker  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Davis  Henry  Miss,  dwl  S  s  Sycamore  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 
Davis  James,  laborer,  dwl  E  s  Market  nr  Eighteenth. 
Davis  John,  laborer,  dwl  NW  cor  Twenty-seventh  and  Grove. 
Davis  John,  teamster,  dwl  cor  Thirty-fifth  and  San  Pablo  Av. 
DAVIS  JOHN  H,  butcher,  Thirteenth  Av.  bet  East  Twelfth  and 

East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 
Davis  Lemuel,  dwl  951  Grove. 
Davis  M.,  merchant  tailor,  469  Seventh. 
Davis  Martin,  painter  C.  P.  R.  R,,  W.  O. 
Davis  Mary  Mrs.,  dwl  951  Grove. 

Davis  Patrick  W.,  blacksmith,  dwl  563  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
DAVIS  P.  E.,  agent  Grover  and  Baker  Sewing  Machines,   1012 

Broadway,  dwl  cor  Eleventh  and  Webster. 
Davis  Reason  G.,  stage  proprietor,  dwl  W  s  Webster  nr  Prospect  Av. 
Davis  Robert,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Eighteenth  nr  West. 
Davis  Robert  M.,  trainer,  Oakland  Trotting  Park. 
Davis  S.  S.,  porter  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Adeline  nr  Twenty-Eighth. 
Davis  W.,  farmer,  dwl  Seventeenth  bet  Kirkham  and  Cypress,  W.O. 
Davis  W.,  machinist,  dwl  N  s  Thirteenth  bet  Wood  and  Willow, 

W.  O. 
Davis  William,  tinsmith,  dwl  1001  Franklin. 
Davis  William  H,  real  estate,  dwl  325  Second. 


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152  OAKLAND  T)  ]       DIRECTORY. 

Davis  William  H.,  tinsmith,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av  bet  Pine  and 

Wood,  W.  O. 
Davison  Artemus  (Davison  Brothers),  dwl  E  s  Goss  bet  Cedar  and 

Bay,  W.  O. 
Davison  A.  W.,  driver  Whitney  &  Co.'s  Express,  res  Alameda. 
DAVISON  BROS.  (D.  &  A.  Davison),  carriagesmiths  and  horse 

shoers,  E  s  Wood  bet  Goss  and  Railroad  Av.,  W.  O. 
Davison  Charles  E.,  dwl  NE  cor  Ninth  Av.  and  East  Twenty-fifth, 

E.  O. 
Davison  D.  C,  upholsterer,  dwl  664  Tenth. 
Davison  Douglass  /Z)«m'sow  Brothers),  dwl  S  s  West  Fifth  bet  Lewis 

and  Henry,  W.  O. 
Davison  Joseph,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Market  nr  Eighteenth. 
Davison  Lincoln,  helper  Davison  Brothers,  dwl  cor  Lewis  and  West 

Fifth,  W.  O. 
Davison  M.   C,  compositor  Oakland  News,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet 

Broadway  and  FrankHn. 
Davison  Samuel,  carpenter,  dwl  West  Thirteenth  nr  Peralta,  W.  O. 
Dawson  E.  A.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  463  Sixth,  dwl  Alice  bet  Fifth  and 

Sixth. 
Dawson  Henry  S.,  dealer  live  stock,  dwl  N  s  East  Seventeenth  bet 

Fifth  and  Sixth  avs,  E.  O. 
Dawson  Robert,  dwl  N  s  East  Seventeenth  bet  Fifth  and  Sixth  avs,  E.  0. 
Day  Clinton,  architect,  office  456  Eighth,  dwl  Knox  House,  Tele- 
graph Av.  nr  Sycamore. 
Day  James  G.  (colored),  porter,  dwl  808  Castro. 
Day  John,  porter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Castro  bet  Fifth  and  Sixth. 
Day  John  E.,  yardmaster  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Cedar  bet  Goss  and 

Short,  W.  O. 
Day  L.  Mrs.,  furnished  rooms,  503  Eleventh. 
Day  Lot  Jr.,  dwl  503  Eleventh. 

Day  Peter,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  0. 
Day  Samuel,  dwl  Thirty-fourth  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 
Day  Samuel  M.,  saddler,  dwl  W  s  Division  bet  Cedar  and  Bay,  W.  O. 
De  Freitas  Anna  V,  dressmaker,  dwl  N  s  Walton  bet  Telegraph 

Av.  and  Grove. 
De  Freitas  Vincent  J.,  waiter,  dwl  N  s  Walton  bet  Telegraph  Av.  and 

Grove. 
De  Fremery  James  (James  De  Fr emery  <£•  Co.,  S.  F.),  merchant,  dwl 

SW  cor  West  Eighteenth  and  Adeline. 
De  Fremery  William  C.  B.  (James  De  Fremery  &  Co.,  S.  F.),  dwl 

W  s  Franklin  bet  Sixteenth  and  Seventeenth. 
De  Golia  Darwin,  bridge  tender  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.,  dwl  SW  cor  Alice 

and  Front. 
De  Granges  J.  C,  draftsman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Goss  bet   Pine 

and  Wood,  W.  O. 
De  Gregori  Louis,  clerk  Pelig  Eddy,  dwl  N  s  Atlantic  bet  Wood 

and  Pine. 
De  Laguna  Alexander  Leo,  proprietor  Kelsey  House,  W  s  Telegraph 

Av.  nr  Sycamore. 


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OAKLAND       !    T)  ]       DIRECTORY.  153 

DE  LA  MONTANYA  MATTHEW,  stoves  and  tinware,  and  chief 
engineer  0.  F.  D.,  office  1011  Broadway,  dwl  656  Sixth. 

De  La  Montanya  M.  Jr.,  bookkeeper  Matthew  De  La  Montanya, 
dwl  656  Sixth. 

De  Pays  Victor,  engineer,  dwl  603  Franklin. 

De  Pue  Edgar  J.,  druggist  Henry  Bowman,  dwl  NE  cor  Eleventh 
Av.  and  East  Sixteenth,  E.  O. 

De  Pue  Frank  H.,  gasfitter  and  plumber,  dwl  NE  cor  Eleventh  Av. 
and  East  Sixteenth,  E.  O. 

De  Pue  James,  mining,  dwl  NE  cor  Eleventh  Av.  and  East  Six- 
teenth, E.  O. 

De  Tavel  T.  C.  H.,  physician,  office  and  dwl  460  Third. 

De  Witt  James  M.,  clerk  Mack  Webber,  dwl  NW  cor  Broadway  and 
Eleventh. 

De  Wolfe  L.,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Peralta  bet  Lincoln  and  Seward, 
W.  O. 

Deacons  Edward,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  bet  Eighteenth  and  Twentieth. 

Dean  C.  A.,  clerk,  dwl  S  s  West  Fourteenth  bet  Linden  and  Filbert. 

Dean  Charles,  upholsterer,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 

Dean  Edmund  A.,  patternmaker,  dwl  669  Third. 

Dean  Edward,  druggist,  dwl  N  s  Ninth  bet  Center  and  Chester, 
W.  O. 

Dean  Elisha  B.,  lumber  (S.  F.),  dwl  Thirteenth  bet  Broadway  and 
Washington. 

Dean  Elisha  H.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  William  bet  Willow 
and  Wood. 

Dean  F.  E.,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 

Dean  George,  real  estate,  dwl  777  Fourteenth  cor  West. 

Dean  George  R.,  laborer,  dwl  Union  nr  Twenty-eighth. 

Dean  John  T.  (Murphy  Grant  &  Co.,  S.  F.),  dwl  1167  Jackson. 

Dean  John,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  East  Twentieth  E  of  Thirteenth  Av., 
E.  O. 

Dean  Wm.  H.  Rev.,  pastor  First  Presbyterian  Church,  E.  O.,  dwl 
769  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 

Deane  Coll,  stock  broker  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Webster  bet  Twenty-sec- 
ond and  Twenty-third. 

Dearborn  John,  farm  hand,  dwl  D,  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Debange  Paul,  cook  Pagge  &  Malacame,  dwl  SE  cor  Broadway  and 
Seventh. 

Dechdel  Nelson  A.,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  NW  cor  Wood  and 
William. 

Decker  George  A.,  carpenter,  dwl  San  Pablo  Av.  nr  Oakland  Trot- 
ting Park. 

Deemer  Ephraim,  gardener  N.  P.  Perine,  N  s  Adams  Av.  bet  town 
line  and  Fruit  Vale. 

Deering  Henry,  tailor,  1018  Bi'oadway. 

Deering  Isaac,  carpenter,  dwl  665  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Defney  Michael,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R,  dwl  Union  Hotel,  E.  O. 

Degenhardt  William,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Taylor  bet  Pine  and  Wood, 
W.  O. 


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154  OAKLAND  Y)]       DIRECTORY. 

Degman  Thomas,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-fifth  bet  Broadway  and 
Telegraph  Av. 

Degolia  Darwin,  special  policeman,  dwl  Alice  Street  Bridge. 

Delany  James,  laborer,  dwl  418  Third. 

Delaney  Joseph,  shipwright  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Delar  C,  dwl  E  s  Kirkham  bet  Eighth  and  Ninth,  W.  O. 

Delasky  F.,  clerk,  dwl  410  Tenth. 

Delakanty  H.,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  tug  Rival,  W.  O. 

Delger  Frederick,  capitalist,  dwl  N  s  Frederick  bet  Telegraph  and 
San  Pablo  avs. 

DELGER'S  BLOCK,  W  s  Broadway  bet  Ninth  and  Tenth. 

Delmore  William,  laborer,  dwl  Thirty-fifth  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Delpolcher  G.  B.,  gardener,  dwl  Adeline  bet  Twenty-sixth  and  Twenty- 
eighth. 

Deluchi  Antonio,  laborer  Pagge  &  Malacame,  dwl  SE  cor  Broadway 
and  Seventh. 

Delveruge  L.  H.,  carpenter,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

Demarais  Charles,  waiter  Newland's  Hotel. 

Demars  C,  carpenter  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co. 

Demdry  Charles,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-first  bet  Telegraph  Av. 
and  Broadway. 

Deming  Jay,  bookkeeper  Whitney  &  Co.'s  Express,  dwl  512  Ninth. 

Demming  J.  D.,  steward  P.  M.  S.  S.  Co.,  dwl  476  Twelfth. 

Dempsey  John,  carpenter,  dwl  415  Seventh. 

Dempsey  Matthew,  clerk,  dwl  W  s  Campbell  bet  Chase  and  Taylor, 

w.  o. 

Dempsey  Patrick,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Chester  bet  Railroad  Av.  and 

West  Fifth. 
Denehay  Daniel,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co. 
Denehay  David,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co. 
Denison  Charles  H.,  insurance  agent  (S.  F.),  dwl  Ws  Mai'ket  bet 

Ninth  and  Tenth. 
Denison  Eli  S.,  news  agent  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  SW  cor  Eighth  and 

Myrtle. 
Dennan  John,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Lydia  bet  Curtis  and 

West. 
Denne  Gustave,  painter  Sohst  Bros.,  dwl  NE  cor  Fifth  and  Alice. 
Dennen  Augustus  M.  (Dennen  &  Newhouse),  dwl  S  s  West  Fifth  bet 

Lewis  and  Henry,  W.  O. 
DENNEN  &  NEWHOUSE  (Augustus  M.  Dennen  and  Casey  New- 
house),  spring-bedmakers,  615  Broadway. 
Denney  J.  B.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Denning  J.  E.,  clerk,  dwl  cor  Linden  and  Thirtieth. 
Denning  John,  molder,  dwl  S  s  Eighteenth  bet  Cypress  and  Kirkham, 

W.  O. 
Dennis  E.  H.  Mrs.,  dwl  511  Tenth. 
Dennison  H,  salesman  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Eleventh  bet  Center  and 

Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Denny  Arthur,  laborer,  dwl  Union  nr  Twenty-eighth. 
Denslow  Harmon,  student,  dwl  SW  cor  East  Ninth  and  Fifth  Av.,E.  O. 


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OAKLAND  T)  ]       DIRECTORY.  155 

Derby  Edward  M.,  lumber  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Adams  Av.  bet 

town  line  and  Fruit  Vale. 
Derby  Henry  J.,  dwl  865  East  Fifteenth,  E.  O. 
Derby  John  S.,  proprietor  Oak  Grove  Tannery,  dwl  861  East  Twelfth, 

E.  O. 
Derdy  Leopold,  harnessmaker  D.  Berrey,  dwl  415  Seventh. 
Dermody  Patrick,  porter  Grand  Central  Hotel. 
Deremus  J.  L.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  P.,  W.  0. 
Derome  Albert,  blacksmith  Davison  Brothers,  dwl  "West  Oakland 

House,  W.  O. 
Des  Louri  Louis,  gardener  Joseph  P.  Cantin,  W  s  Adeline  bet  Eighth 

and  Tenth,  W.  0. 
Detels  Henry,  licpior  saloon  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Chester  bet  "West  Ninth 

and  West  Twelfth,  "W.  O. 
Deveney  William,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 
Devers  Martin,  painter,  dwl  E  s  Willow  bet  Seward  and  Lincoln, 

W.  O. 
Devine  James,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Wood  and 

Willow,  W.  O. 
Devine  Michael,  junk  dealer,  dwl  558  Third. 
Devoir  John,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
DEWES  BENJAMIN"  A.,  proprietor  Daily  Evening  Tribune,  office 

911  Broadway,  dwl  658  Ninth. 
Dewes  Lizzie  A.  (widow),  dwl  658  Ninth. 
Dewes  William  B.,  printer,  dwl  658  Ninth. 
Dewey  Alfred  T.  (Dewey  <£  Co.,  S.  F.),  publisher  and  patent  agent, 

dwl  E  s  Franklin  bet  Sixteenth  and  Seventeenth. 
Dewyer  W.  L.,  harnessmaker  James  Lentell,  dwl  Fifth  bet  Wash- 
ington and  Broadway. 
Dexter  Franklin  (Dexter  &  Co.,  S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Merrimac  Place  bet 

Webster  and  Telegraph  Av. 
Dexter  G.  W.,  stevedore,  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av. 
Dexter  Windmill  Co.,  William  Weighl  president,  office  foot  of  Broad- 
way. 
Dey  P.joiner  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Diamond  E.  J.  engineer,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Cedar  and  Pine, 

W.  0. 
Dias  Cosme,  bootblack  stand,  828  Broadway. 
Dibblee  M.  B.,  ticket  agent  C.  P.  R.   R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf, 

W.  O. 
Dicer  George,  carpenter,  dwl  San  Pablo  Av.  nr  Oakland  Trotting  Park. 
Dickerson  David  E.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Taylor  bet  Pine  and  Cedar, 

W.  0. 
Dickerson  William  N.,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Henry  bet  Railroad  Av. 

and  West  Fifth. 
Dickins  Edmund  F.,  U.  S.  Coast  Survey,  dwl  W  s  Myrtle  bet  West 

Eighth  and  West  Tenth,  W.  O. 
Dickinson  J.,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Wood  bet  Chase  and  Taylor,  W.  O. 
Dickie  Frank,  laborer,  dwl  1003  Franklin. 
Dickson  Robert,  salesman  (S.  F.),  dwl  cor  Market  and  Twenty-second. 


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DIEDRICHSOHN  ALEXANDER,  proprietor  Hertlia  Saloon,  N  s 
Railroad  Av.  bet  Cedar  and  Pine,  W.  O. 

Diefenbacher  Louis,  clerk  George  H.  Naegle,  dwl  W  s  Filbert  nr 
Thirtieth. 

Dietrick  A.  A.  (James  &  D.),  dwl  Jefferson  bet  Fifth  and  Sixth. 

Dietz  Alfred  C,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av.  nr  Temes- 
cal  Bridge. 

Dieves  Joseph  (Kramvi  &  D.),  dwl  411  Ninth. 

Dieves  Joseph  P.,  melter  U.  S.  Mint  (S.  F.),  dwl  965  Castro. 

Dilling  A.,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Filbert  and  Myrtle. 

Dillon  E.  D.,  stableman  Oakland  Railroad  Co. 

DILLON  JOSEPH  M.,  city  assessor,  office  1  City  HaU,  dwl  65 
Seventh  cor  Oak. 

Dillon  Thomas,  marblecutter  Madden  &,  Sheedy,  dwl  cor  Twenty- 
seventh  and  Grove. 

DILS  JOSIAH,  real  estate,  office  920  Broadway,  dwl  Newland's 
Hotel. 

Dimon  Charles  L.,  real  estate,  dwl  W  s  Castro  bet  Seventeenth  and 
Eighteenth. 

Dimond  Matthew  F.,  sashmaker  Blethen  &,  Terry,  dwl  N  s  First  bet 
Broadway  and  Franklin. 

Dimond  Robert,  mariner,  dwl  N  s  West  Third  bet  Center  and  Ches- 
ter. 

Dinny  James,  watchman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Cedar  bet  Goss  and 
Short,  W.  O. 

Dinsmore  Amos,  car  cleaner  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Alameda. 

Dinsmore  Luther,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Chester  bet  Ninth  and  Twelfth, 

w.  o. 

DINSMORE  WILLIAM  G.,  druggist,  1059  Broadway,  dwl  1160 

Alice. 
DIRECTORY  OF  OAKLAND,  Henry  G.  Langley  publisher,  office 

959  Broadway. 
Dissosway  Henry  P.,  oyster  dealer,  dwl  807  Market. 
District  Attorney,  County  of  Alameda,  Albert  A.  Moore,  office  County 

Court  House. 
District  Court,  Third  Judicial  District,  S.  B.  McKee  judge,  rooms 

County  Court  House. 
Dix  William,  milkman,  dwl  W  s  Campbell  nr  West  Twelfth,  W.  0. 
Dixon  C,  driver  Oakland  Railroad  Co. 

Dixon  Edward,  miner,  dwl  S  s  Eighteenth  bet  West  and  Market. 
Dixon  George,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-second  nr  San  Pablo  Av- 
enue. 
Dixon  George,  farmer,  dwl  E  s  Market  nr  Twenty-second. 
Dixon  George,  stableman  O.,  B.  &F.  V.  R.  R.  Co.,  dwl  E  s  Twelfth 

Av.  bet  East  Fifteenth  and  East  Sixteenth,  E.  O. 
Dixon  James,  stableman  O.,  B.  &  F.  V.  R.  R.  Co.,  dwl  NE  cor 

Tenth  Av.  and  East  Sixteenth,  E.  O. 
Dixon  John,  blacksmith  P.  H.  McGrew,  dwl  1051  Thirteenth  Av., 

E.  O. 
Dixon  John,  capitalist  (S.  F.),  dwl  SW  cor  Tenth  and  Filbert. 


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Dixon  John  B.,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Ninth  Av.  bet  East  Sixteenth 
and  East  Seventeenth,  E.  O. 

Dixon  Lucas,  real  estate,  dwl  SW  cor  Tenth  and  Filbert. 

Dixon  Samuel,  stock  broker  (S.  F.),  dwl  470  Eighth. 

Dixon  Samuel  L.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  SW  cor  Tenth  and  Filbert. 

Dixon  Thomas,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  SW  cor  Tenth  and  Filbert. 

Dixon  William,  stableman  O.,  B.  &  F.  V.  B.  B.  Co.,  dwl  NE  cor 
Tenth  Av.  and  East  Sixteenth,  E.  0. 

Doane  Alfred,  clerk,  dwl  W  s  Market  bet  Tenth  and  Eleventh. 

Doane  P.,  carriagemaker,  dwl  Chestnut  bet  Twenty-first  and  Twenty- 
second. 

Doble  Abner,  vice-president  Oakland  B.  B.  Co.,  office  921  Broadway, 
res  San  Francisco. 

Dobson  Henry,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Curtis  nr  Twenty-first. 

Docking  Thomas,  surgeon,  dwl  856  Franklin. 

Dodge  Charles  F.,  clerk  Custom  House  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  West  Eighth 
bet  Kirkbam  and  Poplar,  W.  O. 

Dodge  J.  Wins,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  764  Jefferson. 

Dodge  J.  H.,  proprietor  Cosmopobtan  House,  859  Broadway. 

Dodge  Mattie  Mrs.,  dwl  473  Eleventh. 

Dodge  Theopholis,  miner,  dwl  S  s  West  Eighth  bet  Kirkham  and 
Poplar,  W.  O. 

Dodge  William  C,  teacher  Public  School,  dwl  867  Washington. 

Dods  James,  merchant  and  Member  City  Council,  dwl  1006  Web- 
ster. 

Dodson  Sophia  Mrs.,  dwl  856  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 

Doe  Luke  (E.  W.  Woodward  &  Co.),  dwl  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Grove  and 
Castro. 

Doerfler  Joseph,  shoemaker,  dwl  753  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 

Doherty  C,  laborer  C.  P.  B.  B.,  W.  O. 

Doherty  Fanny  Miss,  domestic  Gilbert  Clemens,  859  Washington. 

Doherty  George  W.,  civil  engineer,  dwl  721   Fifth. 

Doherty  John,  surveyor,  dwl  721  Fifth. 

Doherty  M.,  laborer  C.  P.  B.  B.,  W.  O. 

Doherty  Phil,  laborer  C.  P.  B.  B.  W.  O. 

Dohrmann  John  H,  music  teacher,  dwl  359  Fourth. 

Dohrs  Henry  C,  farmer,  dwl  E  s  West  bet  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth. 

Dolan  John,  assistant  engineer,  dwl  403  Ninth. 

Dolan  John,  teamster  W.  Lamb,  W  s  Adeline  nr  Thirth-fourth. 

Dolan  John,  tinsmith  Matthew  De  La  Montanya,  dwl  323  Ninth. 

Dolan  Patrick,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Twenty  -first  nr  Telegraph  Av. 

Dolan  Philip,  stableman  A.  W.  May,  dwl  SE  cor  East  Eleventh  and 
Twelfth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Dolan  Thomas,  carpenter,  dwl  SE  cor  Chester  and  West  Fifth, 
W.  0. 

Dolan  Thomas,  painter,  dwl  160  Seventh. 

Dole ,  bricklayer,  dwl  527  Eighth. 

Dole  Ella  Miss,  music  teacher,  dwl  261  Ninth. 

Dole  Francis,  carpenter  California  Bridge  &  Building  Co. 

Doling  James,  carpenter,  dwl  800  Jefferson. 


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Doling  James,  milkman,  chvl  W  s  Broadway  nr  Moss  Av. 

Dolph  Charles  W.,  brakeman  C.  P.  E.  E.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

Donahoo  William  H.,  bricklayer,  dwl  S  s  Lydia  nr  Market. 

Donald  John,  carpenter,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 

Donaldson  Eobert,  shipwright  C.  P.  E.  E.,  W.  O. 

Donaldson  Thomas,  dwl  1164  Alice. 

Donant  John,  farmer,  dwl  Thirty-seventh  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Donecker  William,  carpenter  C.  P.  E.  E.,  dwl  Star  House,  W.  O. 

Donnellan  Thomas,  pressman  Butler  &,  Stilwell,  dwl  Twenty-eighth 

nr  Market. 
Donnelly  Frank,  laborer,  dwl  415  Seventh. 
Donnelly  John,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co. 
Donnelly  John,  machinist  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Cedar, 

W.  O. 
Donnelly  Peter,  deck  hand  C.  P.  E.  E.  Co.'s  stm  Alameda. 
Donnelly  Peter,  laborer  Eenton  Coal  Co.,  dwl  409  Seventh. 
Donnolly  Edward,  teamster  George  J.  Hood,  dwl  S  s  East  Twelfth 

bet  Twelfth  and  Thirteenth  avs,  E.  O. 
Donnolly  Thomas,  lather,  dwl  366  Ninth. 
Donnolly  Thomas  C,  manufacturer  yeast  powder  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s 

Webster  bet  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth. 
Donnovan  Daniel,  laborer,  dwl  W  s  Myrtle  bet  West  First  and 

West  Third,  W.  O. 
Donohue  Andrew,  teamster,  dwl  E  s  Lusk  Place  nr  Evoy  Av. 
Donohue  Daniel,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-sixth  bet  Grove  and  San  Pablo  Av. 
Donohue  James,  laborer,  dwl  NE  cor  Seventeenth  and  West. 
Donohue  Michael,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Lydia  nr  Curtis. 
Donohue  Murty,  laborer,  dwl  NE  cor  Seventeenth  and  West. 
Donohue  Patrick,  driver  Chappellet  &  Miner,  dwl  857  Franklin. 
Donohue  Patrick,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 
Donohue  Eichard,  laborer  C.  P.  E.  E.,  W.  O. 
Donovan  Daniel,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 
Donovan  James,  architect,  dwl  E  s  Webster  nr  Sixteenth. 
Donovan  J.   D.   Mrs.,  boarding  and  lodging,  dwl  E  s  Market  nr 

Eighteenth. 
Donovan  John,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co. 
Donovan  J.  P.,  draughtsman  California  Bridge  and  Building  Co.,  dwl 

E  s  Webster  bet  Fourteenth  and  Sixteenth. 
Donovan  M.,  dwl  E  s  Myrtle  bet  Twelfth  and  Fourteenth. 
Donovan  Patrick,  superintendent   California   Bridge  and   Building 

Co.,  dwl  E  s  Webster  bet  Fourteenth  and  Sixteenth. 
Donovan  Eobert,  helper  P.  H.  McGrew,  dwl  1051  Thirteenth  Av., 

E.  O. 
Donta  Manuel,  laborer  C.  P.  E.  E.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Donzelmann  John,  salesman  Kohler,  Chase  &  Co.,  dwl  725  Eighth. 
Doody  Miles,  foreman  painter  C.  P.  E.  E.,  W.  O. 
Dooley  M.,  brakeman  C.  P.  E.  E,  E.  0. 
Dooley  Margaret  (widow),  dwl  N  s  East  Eighteenth  bet  Thirteenth 

and  Fourteenth  avs,  E.  O. 
Dooling  E.  J.,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Chase  bet  Short  and  Division,  W.  O. 


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Doonan  F.  A.,  dwl  N  s  Eleventh  bet  Center  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 

Dooner  M.,  butcher,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  "Wood,  W.  O. 

Dooney  Samuel,  clerk,  dwl  N  s  Fifteenth  bet  Market  and  West. 

Dooniten  Charles,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Sixteenth  Av.  bet  East  Four- 
teenth and  Fifteenth,  E.  O. 

Dore  John,  butcher,  dwl  E  s  Market  nr  Eighteenth. 

Dorgan  John,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham, 
W.  0. 

Doring  Samuel,  laborer,  dwl  415  Seventh. 

Dorland  M.,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Chestnut  nr  Eighteenth. 

Dorn  S.  P.  EL,  butcher  J.  D.  Vogt  &  Co.,  dwl  Newland's  Hotel. 

Dornin  James  D.,  machinist,  dwl  SE  cor  Wood  and  Chase,  W.  O. 

Dornin  Oscar  G.,  paying  teller  Union  National  Bank,  res  Berkeley. 

Dorsch  Charles,  tailor,  664  Harrison. 

Dorsey  Frederick,  laundryman  C.  Partenscky,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet 
Center  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 

Dorsey  J.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  P.,  Oakland  Ferry  "Wharf. 

Dotty  Samuel,  agent,  dwl  E  s  "Wood  bet  Chase  and  Taylor,  W.  0. 

Doud  Barney,  laborer  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co. 

Dougherty  Hugh,  mason,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Kirkham  and  Center, 

w.  o. 

Dougherty  John,  teamster  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co. 
Dougherty  Michael  F.,  ship  carpenter,  dwl  914  Harrison. 
Dougherty  Thomas,  teamster  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co. 
Douglas  Wallace,  milkman,  dwl  cor  Peralta  and  Twenty-sixth. 
Douglass  Duncan,  molder,  dwl  SE  cor  Atlantic  and  Willow. 
Douty  F.  S.,  clerk  C.  P.  P.  P.,  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  West  Ninth  and 

West  Twelfth,  W.  O. 
Dove  Jane  A.  (widow),  laundress,  dwl  903  Webster. 
Dove  J.  D.  Miss,  ladies'  hairdresser,  903  Webster. 
Dow  G.  W.,  carpenter,  dwl  San  Pablo  A  v.  junction  Adeline. 
Dowd  Collins,  clerk,  dwl  W  s  Madison  nr  Lake  Av. 
Dowd  James,  trackman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Dowley  Fred,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Market  nr  Eighteenth. 
Dowley  Jarecl,  laborer,  dwl  Twenty -second  nr  Curtis. 
Dowling  F.,  carpenter,  dwl  471  Ninth. 

Dowling  Richard  H.,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Telegraph  A  v.  nr  Thirty-ninth. 
Downer  Hart  A.,  printer  S.  F.  Bulletin,  dwl  1093  West  Third,  W.  O. 
Dowling  Patrick,  laborer  C.  P.  P.  P.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 
Downey  Ann  (widow),  dwl  665  Fifth. 
Downey  Edward,  painter,  dwl  W  s  Kh-kham  bet  Eighth  and  Ninth, 

W.  0. 
Downey  Frank,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  415  Seventh. 
Downey  John  H,  carpenter  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  W  s  Broadway 

bet  First  and  Water. 
Downey   Michael,   laborer  C.   P.  R.   P.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange, 

W.  O. 
Downey  Thomas  H,  lather,  dwl  Eland  House. 
Downing  E.,  carpenter,  dwl  838  Broadway. 
Downing  Theodore  ( Doioning  &  Johnson),  res  Pacheco. 


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Downing  &  Johnson  (Theodore  Downing  and  S.  W.  Johnson),  pro- 
prietors Oakland  and  Mount  Diablo  Stage  Line,  office  414  Sixth. 

Downs  D.,  tinner,  dwl  S  s  Fifteenth  bet  Market  and  West. 

Doyle  J.  D.,  farmer,  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av. 

Doyle  Lawrence,  laborer,  dwl  E  s  Grove  bet  Caledonia  and  Syca- 
more. 

Drain  Michael,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Lydia  nr  Curtis. 

Drake  George  W.,  wood  and  coal  dealer,  dwl  W  s  Seward  bet  Wood 
and  Willow,  W.  O. 

Draper  Charles  F.,  physician  and  surgeon,  office  and  dwl  957  Wash- 
ington. 

Draper  Simeon  F.,  compositor  A.  L.  Bancorft  &  Co.  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s 
Sixteenth  Av.  bet  East  Sixteenth  and  East  Seventeenth,  E.  O. 

Dresser  James,  sawyer,  dwl  Sixteenth  nr  Kirkham,  W.  O. 

Dressier  Gustave,  boot  and  shoemaker,  693  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Drew  George,  carpenter,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 

Drew  J.  F.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Sixteenth  bet  Cypress  and  Kirkham, 
W.  O. 

Drewlard  A.  J.,  builder,  dwl  W  s  Castro  nr  Twelfth. 

Drinkwater  Andrew,  clerk  Bowen  Brothers,  dwl  Clay  bet  Ninth  and 
Tenth. 

Drinkwater  L.  PL,  master  mariner,  dwl  NE  cor  Fifteenth  and  Jef- 
ferson. 

Driscall  A.  Miss,  secretary  Pacific  Seventh  Day  Adventist  Publish- 
ing Association,  dwl  cor  Eleventh  and  Castro. 

Driscoll  Alexander,  laborer,  Eland  House. 

Driscoll  D.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  P.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 

Driscoll  Jeremiah,  grainer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

Driscoll  Laurence,  painter,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

Driver  Richard,  teamster,  dwl  E  s  Lusk  Place  nr  Evoy  Av. 

Drosbach  Andrew,  engineer  Shakespear  &  Walter,  dwl  359  Eleventh. 

Drucker  Herman,  liquor  saloon,  687  and  689  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Druckhaus  Edward,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  West  Twelfth 
and  West  Fourteenth,  W.  O. 

Drugan  James,  laborer,  dwl  314  Third,  rear. 

Drum  John  S.,  merchant,  dwl  W  s  Market  bet  Eighth  and  Ninth. 

Dry  Joseph,  ship  carpenter,   dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Cedar  and 
Pine,  W.  0. 

Dryden  William  S.,  groceries,  NE  cor  Twenty-second  and  Curtis. 

Dryer  John  H,  bootmaker  F.  Senrani  &  Co.,  dwl  cor  Harrison  and 
Seventh. 

Drynen  John,  miner,  dwl  227  Tenth. 

Dubois  W.  D.,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

Duchesne  Jean  F.,  laborer  Chappellet  &  Miner,  dwl  615  Franklin. 

Ducker  James  W.,  porter  J.  J.  Hanifin,  dwl  469  Ninth. 

Duckett  Edward,  salesman  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Henry  bet  Railroad  Av. 
and  West  Fifth. 

Duddy  Martin,  express  wagon,  W  s  Broadway  bet  Sixth  and  Seventh, 
dwl  911  Alice. 

Duddy  Miles,  painter,  dwl  565  Sixth. 


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OAKLAND  J)]       DIRECTORY.  161 

Dudgeon  James,  molder,  dwl  S  s  Eighteenth  bet  Cypress  and  Kirk- 
ham,  W.  O. 

Dudley  Daniel,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Lydia  bet  Curtis  and  West. 

Dudley  E.  C,  conductor  C.  P.  R.  R,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

Dudley  John,  painter,  dwl  cor  Chestnut  and  Twenty-first. 

Dudley  John,  tinsmith,  dwl  W  s  Campbell  bet  Chase  and  Taylor, 
W.  O. 

Duff  Patrick,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

Dufly  Edward,  foreman  Pacific  Lumber  and  Mill  Co.,  dwl  808  Jef- 
ferson bet  Fifth  and  Sixth. 

Duffy  Frank,  gardener,  dwl  E  s  Webster  bet  Twenty-second  and 
Twenty-third. 

Duffy  P.,  laborer,  dwl  Thirtieth  nr  Magnolia. 

Dufly  Patrick  (Duffy  <£•  O'Neil),  and  liquor  saloon,  W  s  San  Pablo 
Av.  three  miles  from  City  Hall. 

DUFFY  &  O'NEIL  (Patrick  Duffy  and  Thomas  O'Neil),  wood  and 
coal  yard,  SE  cor  Ninth  and  Franklin. 

Dugan  Edward,  sawyer,  dwl  Adeline  nr  Twenty-sixth. 

Dugan  George,  lather,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham, 

w.  o. 

Dugan  Mary  Miss,  housekeeper  Rev.  Michael  King,  680  Seventh. 

Dugan  Thomas,  laborer,  dwl  E  s  Myrtle  bet  West  Third  and  West 
Fifth,  W.  O. 

Dugery  Charles,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Bay  Place  nr  Broadway. 

Duggan  John,  carpenter  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co. 

Duggan  William,  miner,  dwl  West  Twelfth  nr  Willow,  W.  O. 

Dugot  Thomas  H.,  dwl  W  s  Kirkham  bet  West  Twelfth  and  West 
Thirteenth,  W.  O. 

Duhrkoop  Charles  B.  (Duhrkoop  &  Goodman),  dwl  956  Broadway. 

Duhrkoop  J.  (Duhrkoop  &  Goodman),  dwl  956  Broadway. 

Duhrkoop  &  Goodman  (J.  and  Charles  B.  Duhrkoop  and  G.  Good- 
man), manufacturers  artificial  stone,  office  956  Broadway. 

Dulion  Alfred,  butcher  E.  Dulion,  dwl  417  Ninth. 

DULION  EMILE,  butcher,  429  Ninth,  dwl  417  Ninth. 

Dunbar  D.  K,  physician,  office  and  dwl  462  Twelfth. 

Dunbar  William,  painter  C.  P.  R.  R,  W.  0. 

Duncan  Edward,  mason,  dwl  Thirty-fourth  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Duncan  G.,  clerk,  dwl  Chestnut  bet  Twenty-first  and  Twenty-second. 

Duncan  G.  J.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

Duncan  John,  trackman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 

Duncan  R.  B.,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R,  W.  O. 

Dunham  Frederick,  sign  painter,  1104  Broadway,  dwl  858  Jefferson. 

Dunham  George,  hackman  McCleverty  &  Noblett,  dwl  NW  cor  Sixth 
and  Clay. 

Dunham  G.  Woodruff,  wood  dealer,  dwl  612  East  Fifteenth,  E.  O. 

Dunham  Murry  (Dunham  &  Lathrop),  dwl  525  Tenth. 

Dunham  Orrin  S.,  painter,  dwl  858  Jefferson. 

DUNHAM  &  LATHROP  (Murry  Dunham  and  Frank  H.  La- 
throp), photographic  gallery,  1157  Broadway. 

Dunking  W.  C,  superintendent  University,  dwl  Eureka  Hotel. 


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Dunlap  Henry,  teamster,  dwl  W  s  Curtis  nr  Lydia. 

Dunlap  J.,  clerk  (S.  F),  dwl  N  s  West  Tenth  bet  Adeline  and 
Chestnut,  W.  O. 

Dunlap  P.,  dwl  S  s  Ninth  bet  Chester  and  Peralta,  W.  O. 

Dunmire  Samuel  S.,  carriage  builder,  dwl  W  s  Franklin  bet  Sixteenth 
and  Seventeenth. 

Dunn  J.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Wood  and  Pine,  W.  O. 

Dunn  John,  engineer  Clinton  Flour  Mills,  dwl  N  s  East  Sixteenth 
bet  Twelfth  and  Thirteenth  avs,  E.  O. 

Dunn  J.  S.,  painter  Charles  B.  Rutherford,  dwl  Eleventh  bet  Frank- 
lin and  Webster. 

Dunn  Patrick,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  P.,  dwl  953  West  Third,  W.  0. 

Dunn  Samuel  W.,  subscription  agent,  dwl  W  s  Grove  bet  Nineteenth 
and  Twentieth. 

Dunnigan  Edward,  butcher  T.  Mclnemey,  dwl  San  Pablo  Av.  nr 
Forty-second. 

Dunning  E.  B.,  roller  U.  S.  Mint  (S.  F),  dwl  642  Fourteenth. 

Dunphy  Thomas,  lather,  dwl  408  Thirteenth. 

Dunster  Isaac,  dwl  700  Franklin. 

Dunster  Mary  (widow),  boarding  and  lodging,  700  Franklin. 

Dunten  George,  brakeman  C.  P.  P.  P.,  Oakland  Ferry  Whai'f. 

Dunvaney  P.,  brakeman  C.  P.  P.  P.,  dwl  Cypress  nr  Sixteenth,  W.  O. 

Durant  Mary  E.  B.  (widow),  dwl  W  s  Franklin  cor  Sixteenth. 

Durell  A.  Mrs.,  dwl  NE  cor  Eleventh  and  Webster. 

Durell  Benjamin,  dwl  NE  cor  Eleventh  and  Webster. 

Durham  James,  porter  C.  P.  P.  P.,  res  Sacramento. 

Durkin  Anthony,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Durmick  M.  E.,  salesman  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Kirk- 
ham  and  Poplar. 

Durst  Joachim,  farmer,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  bet  West  Twelfth  and 
West  Fourteenth,  W.  O. 

Dusinbury  John  B.,  insurance  agent,  office  909  Broadway,  dwl  E  s 
Adeline  bet  West  Fourteenth  and  West  Sixteenth,  W.  O. 

Dusinbury  Myron  T.,  notary  public  and  teller  Oakland  Bank  of  Sav- 
ings, office  915  Broadway,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  West  Four- 
teenth and  West  Sixteenth,  W.  O. 

Dusinbury  Theodore,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Dutcher  R,  B.,  laborer,  dwl  420  First. 

Dutil  Lorenzo,  dwl  1057  Alice. 

Dutton  Henry,  blacksmith  King  &  Williams,  dwl  369  Eleventh. 

Dutton  Jane  Miss,  dwl  E  s  Market  bet  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth. 

Duty  Warren  L.,  deputy  assessor  (S.  F.),  dwl  756  Sixth. 

Duvan  C,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad" Exchange,  W.  O. 

Dwyer  Cornelius,  laborer,  dwl  408  Fifth,  rear. 

Dyer  Columbus,  ship  carpenter,  dwl  512  Eighth. 

Dyer  Joseph  P.,  mining,  dwl  W  s  Jackson  bet  Twelfth  and  Lake 
Merritt. 

Dyer  Kate  J.  Mrs.,  cashier  Bowen  Brothers,  dwl  W  s  Telegraph 
Av.  nr  Seventeenth. 

Dyer  C.  S.,  capitalist,  dwl  Grand  Central  Hotel. 


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Dyer  George  F.,  U.  S.  mail  carrier,  dwl  NE  cor  Eighteenth  and 
Market. 

Dyer  Matthew,  bricklayer,  dwl  W  s  Filbert  nr  Twenty-sixth. 

Dyer  S.  J.,  mason,  dwl  NE  cor  Eighteenth  and  Market. 

Dyer  William  H.,  janitor  Public  Schools,  E.  O.,  dwl  NE  cor  Twen- 
ty-third Av.  and  East  Sixteenth,  E.  O. 

Dyke  Charles,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  Fourteenth 
and  Fifteenth  avs,  E.  O. 

Dyke  Frederick,  butcher,  dwl  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  Fourteenth 
and  Fifteenth  avs,  E.  O. 

Dyke  William,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  Fourteenth  and 
Fifteenth  avs,  E.  0. 

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Eaden  Thomas,  tanner,  dwl  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  Twentieth  and 

Twenty-first  avs,  E.  O. 
Eadon  William  H.,  druggist  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Walton  bet  Grove  and 

West. 
Eagen  Michael,  laborer,  dwl  Thirty-fourth  nr  Adeline. 
Eager  Thomas,  mining  (Virginia  City,  Nev.),  dwl  NW  cor  Thirteenth 

Av.  and  East  Fourteenth,  E.  0. 
EAGLE  HOUSE,  Joseph  Smith  proprietor,  612  and  614  Broadway. 
Eames  Henry  H,  general  superintendent  Brooklyn  Metallurgical 

Works,  dwl  Grand  Central  Hotel. 
Earhart  John  W.,  dairy,  Watson  Tract  nr  Indian  Gulch,  E.  O. 
Earhart  Philip  L.,  dairy,  Watson  Tract  nr  Indian  Gulch,  E.  O. 
Earl  Adele  T.   Mrs.,  dwl  N  s  Seventeenth  bet  Telegraph  and  San 

Pablo  avs. 
Earl  Josiah,  manager  Emigrant  Bureau  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Seventeenth 

nr  Telegraph  Av. 
Earl  Thomas  J.,  hairdresser  (S.  F.),  dwl  817  Market. 
Earle  John  H,  liquor  dealer,  dwl  NW  cor  East  Tenth  and  Ninth 

Av.,  E.  O. 
Early  S.  G.,  agent  Davis  Sewing  Machine,  office  SW  cor  Twelfth 

and  Broadway,  dwl  cor  Seventh  Av.  and  East  Tenth,  E.  O. 
Earwart  George  (Christian  Bauder  &  Co.),  dwl  838  Broadway. 
Eastabrook  Mary  J.  Miss,  teacher,  dwl  1091  West  Third. 
Eastern  Hotel,  William  Mariance  proprietor,  714  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Eastland  Joseph  G.,  secretary  Oakland  Gas  Light  Co.,  office  467  Sec- 
ond, res  San  Francisco. 
Eastland  Rebeca  (widow),  dwl  S  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Center  and 

Chester,  W.  O. 
Eastland  Samuel  B.,  dwl  S  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Center  and  Chester, 

W.  O. 
Eastland  Van  Leer,  superintendent  Oakland  Gas  Light  Co.,  office 

NE  cor  First  and  Washington,  dwl  SW  cor  Grove  and  Sixth. 
Eastman  Francis  G.,  foreman  Oakland  Paving  Co.,  dwl  SW  cor  New 

Broadway  and  Twenty-fifth. 
Eastman  George,  horse  dealer,  dwl  NW  cor  Eleventh  and  Webster. 


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Eastman  Henry  P.,  engineer  C.  P.  P.  P.,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet 

Cedar  and  Pine,  W.  O. 
Eastman  Moses  H.,  superintendent  Oakland  Paving  Co.,  office  SE 

cor  Rroadway  and  Ninth,  dwl  E  s  Valley  bet  Twenty -third  and 

Twenty-fourth. 
Easton  Frederick,  upholsterer  E.  Hook,  dwl  Harrison  nr  Fourteenth. 
Easton  James,  manufacturer,  dwl  E  s  Harrison  bet  Fourteenth  and 

Fifteenth. 
Eaton  Charles  H.,  lumber  surveyor,  dwl  S  s  Lincoln  bet  Willow  and 

Campbell,  W.  O. 
Eavans  E.  J.,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  bet  West  Eighth  and  West  Tenth, 

w.  o. 

Eberhart  Adolph,  dwl  720  Tenth. 

Eccles  William,  plumber  J.  J.  O'Shea,  dwl  cor  Twentieth  and  Brush. 

Eckles  Clement,  carpenter,  dwl  814  Clay. 

Eddings  William  C,  barkeeper  John  Rowe,  dwl  Grand  Western 
Hotel,  W.  0. 

Eddy  Pelig,  fruits  and  confectioneiy,  S  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Wood 
and  Pine,  dwl  N  s  Atlantic  bet  Wood  and  Pine,  W.  O. 

Eddy  R.,  surveyor,  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  Ninth  and  Twelfth,  W.  0. 

Edgar  James,  mining,  dwl  776  Thirteenth. 

Edgecombe  P.,  dwl  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirkkam,  W.  O. 

Edgerley  Charles  E.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Fourteenth  nr  Market. 

Edgerly  David,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  West  Twelfth  bet  Wood  and 
Willow,  W.  O. 

Edland  John,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  1056  Thirteenth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Edmonds  Walter  J.,  barber,  dwl  833  Franklin. 

Edmunds  Harry,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Eleventh  bet  Center  and  Kirk- 
ham,  W.  0. 

Edmunds  John,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-first  bet  Market  and  Cur- 
tis. 

Edward  Philip,  shipwright  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Edwards ,  dwl  N  s  East  Twenty-fourth  bet  Twenty-first  and 

Twenty-second  avs,  E.  O. 

Edwards  A.  W.  M.,  contractor  and  builder,  dwl  N  s  West  Fifth  bet 
Center  and  Chester,  W.  O. 

Edwards  George,  carpenter,  dwl  Adeline  nr  Twenty-eighth. 

EDWARDS  GEORGE  W.,  notary  public  and  clerk  Union  National 
Gold  Bank,  dwl  E  s  San  Pablo  Av.  bet  Twenty-first  and  Twenty- 
second. 

Edwards  H.  J.,  cook  Mrs.  G.  M.  Blake,  1057  Washington. 

Edwai-ds  James,  physician,  dwl  NE  cor  West  Seventh  and  Adeline. 

Edwards  John,  carpenter  California  Bridge  and  Building  Co. 

Edwards  L.,  driver  Oakland  Railroad  Co. 

Edwards  R.  W.,  jeweler  (S.  F.),  dwl  NW  cor  West  Twelfth  and 
Linden,  W.  O. 

Edwards  Sarah  (widow),  dwl  753  Webster. 

Edwards  William,  carpenter,  dwl  522  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 

Edwards  William  E.,  bellowsmaker  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Linden  bet  Wood 
and  Willow,  W.  O. 


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OAKLAND  J?']       DIRECTORY.  165 

Eells  Charles  P.,  attorney  at  law,  dwl  SW  cor  Twenty-first  and  Tele- 
graph Av. 
Eells  James  Rev.,  pastor  First  Presbyterian  Church,  dwl  SW  cor 

Twenty -first  and  Telegraph  Av. 
Egan  John,  coachman,  dwl  953  West  Third. 
Egbert  R.  S.,  merchant,  dwl  W  s  Myrtle  bet  West  Twelfth  and 

West  Fourteenth,  W.  O. 
Eggers  Oscar,  marble  worker  John  Crowley,  dwl  W  s  Broadway  bet 

First  and  Second. 
Ehrenbach  N".  P.,  brewer,  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Willow  and  Campbell, 

W.  O. 
Ehret  Emile,  cooper,  dwl  E  s  Sixteenth  Av.   bet  East  Fourteenth 

and  East  Fifteenth,  E.  0. 
Ehrhardt  Charles,  barkeeper  Adolph  C.  Muller,  dwl  459  Seventh. 
Eichinger  Charles,  upholsterer  Schreiber  &  Meyer,   dwl  St.   Charles 

Hotel. 
Eien  C,  carpenter  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co. 
Eisenmann  R.  G.,  engineer,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine  and 

Wood,  W.  O. 
Eitel  Charles  H.,  salesman  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Henry  bet  West  Fifth 

and  Railroad  Av. 
Eits  Louis,  baker  Thomson  Bros.,  dwl  910  Broadway. 
Ekblous  Charles,  ship  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  0. 
Ekman  William,  restaurant,  NE  cor  Seventh  and  Washington,  dwl 

Newland's  Hotel. 
Eland  Robert,  proprietor  Eland  House,  SW  cor  Seventh  and  Frank- 
lin. 
Eland  William,  oysterman  N.  Williams,  dwl  W  s  Broadway  nr  First. 
Elder  Alexander,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Merrimac  bet  Webster 

and  Telegraph  Av. 
Elford  Alfred,  foreman  blindmaker  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  610  Fifth. 
Elford  R.,  carpenter  Burnham,  Standeford  &,  Co. 
Elford  William,  carpenter  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co. 
Eli  Ann  (widow),  dwl  Union  nr  Twenty-sixth. 
Eliason  Horace,  clerk  Post-office,  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  bet  Clay  and 

San  Pablo  Av. 
Ella  Rueben,  butcher  Henry  Liese,  dwl  769  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Elliot  Austin  E.,  carpenter,  dwl  1051  Thirteenth  Av.,  E.  O. 
Elliot  Samuel,  porter  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Taylor  bet  Wood  and  Willow, 

W.  O. 
Elliot  Samuel  S.,  machinist,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.,  bet  Kirkham 

and  Poplar,  W.  O. 
Elliott  A.,  whitener,  dwl  Adeline  nr  Twenty-sixth. 
Elliott  Alfred  Thomas,  ship  and  grain  broker,  dwl  763  Eighth. 
Elliott  C.  N.  (widow),  dwl  S  s  Twenty-first  bet  Brush  and  West. 
Elliott  C.  S.  Miss,  teacher  Franklin  Grammar  School. 
Elliott  James,  teamster  Taylor  &  Co.,  dwl  616  Second. 
Elliott  R.  C,  paper  hanger,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 
Elliott  Robert,  carpenter,  dwl  657  Grove. 
Elliott  Robert,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co. 


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166  OAKLAND  £]       DIRECTORY. 

Ellis  A.  A.,  fireman  C.  R.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Ellis  Alexander  L.,  machinist,  dwl  E  s  Peralta  bet  West  Third  and 

West  Fifth,  W.  O. 
Ellis  Antone,  watchman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  West  Fifth  bet  Henry 

and  Chester,  W.  O. 
Ellis  Caroline  (widow),  dwl  711  Castro. 
Ellis  Carrie  M.  Miss,  teacher  Franklin  Grammar  School,  dwl  1112 

East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Ellis  Charles  H.,  carpenter,  dwl  711  Castro. 

Ellis  Grace  Miss,  dressmaker  Mrs.  A.  S.  Baker,  dwl  956  Franklin. 
Ellis  James,  produce  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  526  Ninth. 
Ellis  John,  carpenter,  dwl  768  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Ellis  John,  driver,  dwl  West  Eighth  nr  Center,  W.  O. 
Ellis  John,  painter,  dwl  E  s  Eleventh  Av.  bet  East  Sixteenth  and 

East  Seventeenth,  E.  O. 
Ellis  R.  W.,  physician,  dwl  1063  Brush. 
Ellis  S.,  joiner  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Ellis  Samuel,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  West. 
Ellis  W.  E.,  trainer,  dwl  Oakland  Trotting  Park. 
Ellis  W.  H.,  telegraph  operator,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood, 

W.  O. 
Ellmore  Samuel,  clerk,  dwl  cor  Franklin  and  Durant. 
Ellsworth  Lovilla  (widow),  dressmaker,  dwl  414  Twelfth. 
Ellsworth  Thomas,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Division  bet  Pine  and  Wood, 

w.  o. 

Elmsley  Minerva  Mrs.,  dwl  cor  Washington  and  Thirteenth. 

Elsey  Charles,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-first  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Elsey  Charles,  fireman,  dwl  E  s  Center  bet  West  Ninth  and  West 
Tenth,  W.  0.. 

Elsey  Henry,  barkeeper  James  W.  Ballard,  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth 
bet  Wood  and  Willow,  W.  O. 

Elwood  W.  B.,  groceries  and  liquors,  NE  cor  Twelfth  and  Kirkham, 
W.  O. 

Ely  George,  engineer  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  West  Fifth  and 
Railroad  Av.,  W.  O. 

Elzy  E.  J.,  miner,  dwl  1108  Market. 

Eme  Claud,  farmer,  dwl  SW  cor  Eighth  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 

Erne  Ernest,  jeweler  (S.  F.),  dwl  SW  cor  West  Eighth  and  Kirk- 
ham, W.  0. 

Emerson  Louise  Miss,  teacher,  dwl  Adeline  bet  Forty-second  and 
Forty-third. 

Emerson  Ralph,  storekeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  1055  Grove. 

Emery  Joseph  S.,  president  Oakland  Railroad  Co.,  office  921  Broad- 
way, dwl  cor  San  Pablo  and  Park  avs. 

Emery  Justin,  painter,  dwl  W  s  Center  bet  West  Ninth  and  West 
Tenth,  W.  O. 

Emerson  William  H,  laborer,  dwl  715  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Emond  Peter,  painter  Charles  B.  Rutherford,  dwl  Eland  House. 

Emm  A.  G.,  dwl  S  s  West  Eighth  bet  Wood  and  Willow,  W.  O. 

Emmons  S.  J.,  machinist,  dwl  E  s  Wood  bet  Chase  and  Taylor,  W.  O. 


Drink  Napa  Soda,  a  pure,  natural  mineral  water.  Agency,  469  Ninth. 


0.  P.  S— Every  bale  of  hay  sold  by  weight,  416  Ninth  St.— 0.  P.  S. 


OAKLAND  E]       DIRECTORY.  167 

Emslie  Charles,  machinist,  dwl  802  Brush. 

Engelberg  Peter,  carpenter,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 

Engebretson  Finkel,  foundiyman,  dwl  S  s  West  Fifth  bet  Filbert 
and  Myrtle,  W.  O. 

ENGINEER  CITY  OF  OAKLAND,  Thomas  J.Arnold,  office  10 
City  Hall". 

English  John,  bricklayer,  dwl  W  s  Campbell  bet  Lincoln  and  Twelfth, 
W.  0. 

English  John  T.,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirk- 
ham,  W.  O. 

English  Julia,  mill  hand,  dwl  Union  nr  Twenty-fourth. 

English  P.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-eighth  bet  Linden  and  Fil- 
bert. 

English  Warren  B.,  dwl  E  s  Harrison  bet  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth. 

Ennis  Abraham,  foreman  laborer  Custom  House  (S.  F.),  dwl  West 
Fifteenth  bet  Cypress  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 

Ennis  George  H,  fireman  C.  P.  P.  P.  Co.'s  stm  tug  Rival,  W.  O. 

Ennis  John,  dwl  804  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Ennis  Thomas,  fireman  Brooklyn  Fire  Engine  Co.,  dwl  804  East 
Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Ennis  William,  driver  Relief  H.  &  L.  Co.  No.  1,  O.  F.  D.,  dwl  N  s 
Sixth  bet  Broadway  and  Washington. 

Enos  Antone,  watchman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Enos  Frank,  laborer,  dwl  Thirty-fourth  nr  Adeline. 

Enos  Frank,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  Thir- 
teenth and  Fourteenth  avs,  E.  O. 

Ensign   Charles   H,  engineer  Venus  Flouring  Mill,  dwl  NE  cor 
Franklin  and  Third. 

Ensy  Robert,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Grand  Western  Hotel,  W.  O. 

Ensy  Samuel,  engineer  C.   P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Grand  Western  Hotel, 
W.  O. 

Erban  Venzen,  upholsterer,  dwl  838  Broadway. 

Erdman  Louis,  deck  hand  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

Ericcson  M.,  ship  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Erland  Simon,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Bay 
and  Cedar,  W.  O. 

Ernest  Tait,  physician,  dwl  SW  cor  Tenth  and  Clay. 

Eshworth  John,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  bet  Wood  and 
Willow,  W.  O. 

Esperanda  Jose,  barkeeper,  dwl  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirk- 
ham, W.  O. 

Estabrook  Alvin  B.,  carpenter,  dwl  1091  West  Third,  W.  O. 

Estabrook  Clarence  R.,  telegraph  operator,  dwl   1091  West  Third, 
W.  0. 

Esterly  Joseph,  painter,  dwl  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham, 

w.  o. 

Esterly  Robert  G.,  dwl  810  West  Third,  W.  O. 

Esterly  R.  G.,  turner  Pacific  Planing  Mills,  dwl  S  s  Division  bet 

Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 
Estrade  John,  gardener,  dwl  967  Alice. 


STRICKLAND  &  CO.'S  Stationery  Store  is  No.  1061  Broadway. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO,,  desirable  business  property  for  sale. 


168  OAKLAND      DIRECTORY. 


EUREKA  HOTEL. 


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HENRY  H.  MEYER,  Proprietor. 


S,  W.  Corner  of  Seventh  and  Washington  Streets, 


Opposite  the  Central  Pacific  Railroad  Depot,  from  which  trains  run 
daily,  connecting  with  lines  of  travel  for  all  parts  of  the  world. 


The  Hotel  is  surrounded  by  a  large,  choice  garden  and  play-ground, 
designed  especially  for  the  accommodation  of  families. 

OAKLAND  1ILL1A1D   PAELQB^ 

SHATTUCK'S    HALL, 

863  Broadway,  between  Seventh   and  Eighth  Streets,  Oakland. 

J.  FENNESSY,  Proprietor. 


Choicest  Wines,  Liquors  and  Cigars. 

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Wholesale  and  Retail  Dealer  in 

Native  and  Foreign  Wines  and  Liquors. 
Constantly  on  Hanfl,  all  KMs  of  Syrups  awl  Cordials. 

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G000S   DELIVERED  TO  ANY  PART  OF  THE   CITY  AND  VICINITY  FREE   OF  CHARGE. 


840  Broadway,  bet.  6th  and  7th  Streets,     ■     OAKLAND. 


Fresh  milk  cream  and  butter  milk,  wholesale  and  retail  at  469  Ninth. 


0.  P.  S—  Oatmeal  and  corn  meal,  416  Ninth  St.  nr  Broadway— 0.  F.  S. 


Fagah  Robert,  sliip  carpenter  C.   P.  R.  E.,  dwl  S  s  William  bet 

Cedar  and  Pine.  TV.  O. 
Fagan  Thomas,  laborer,  dwl  E  s  Poplar  bet  West  Tenth,  and  "West 
•   Twelfth,  W.  O. 

Eaigh ,  Mrs.,  ladies*  nurse,  dwl  963  Webster. 

Fairbanks  Charles  E.,  stock  broker,  dwl  1057  Washington. 
Fairbanks  E.  A.,  laborer,  dwl  X  s  Lydia  bet  Market  and  Curtis. 
Fairbanks  Elizabeth  (widow),  dwl  SE  cor  Grove  and  Ninth. 
Fairchild  Edward,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Center  bet  Fifteenth  and  Six- 
teenth. 
Fairchild  James  C,  surveyor,  dwl  1063  Clay. 
Fairchild  Maria  R.  (widow),  dwl  SW  cor  Telegraph  Av.  and  Clay. 


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OAKLAND  p]       DIRECTORY.  169 

EUREKA  HOTEL.  Henry  H.  Meyer,  proprietor,  SW  cor  Seventh 
and  Washington. 

Eustace  James,  painter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  X  s  William  bet  Pine  and 
Cedar,  W.  0. 

Evan  Thomas,  laborer  Burnham.  Standeford  £  Co. 

Evans  E.  R.  Mrs.,  dwl  715  Third 

Evans  Henry,  poultry  dealer,  dwl  Adams  Point. 

Evans  M.,  plasterer,  dwl  Sixteenth  nr  Kirkhani.  ^ 

Evans  Pierce,  dwl  715  Third.  c4 

Evans  Thomas  W..  mill  hand,  dwl  <oc>o  Washington.  ^ 

Evans  West,  dealer  railroad  ties  \S.  F.),  dwl  X  s  Sycamore  bet  Tele-    |  en 
graph  Av.  and  Grove. 

Evans  C.  W.  (widow),  dwl  E  s  Eleventh  Av.  bet  East  Eleventh  and 
East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Evart  Charles,  shipwright  C.  P.  R.  R..  W.  O.  t5 

EVENING  TRIBUNE    (daily),   Benjamin  A.  Dewes,   proprietor,      " 
office  911  Broadway.  &» 

Everett  Abijah  P..  merchant    S,  F.  .  dwl  1117  Xinth  Av.,  E.  O.  S- 

Everett  Daniel  H.,  bookkeeper  |  S.  F.),  dwl   1117  Xinth  Av..  E.  0.       o 

Everett   Lt-wis  M.,  butcher  Alexander  W.   May,  dwl   1117   Xinth      p? 
Av..  E.  O.  B 

Evers  Henry,  secretary  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co.,  office  954  Broad- 
way. 

Evers  Joseph,  expressman,  dwl  752  Franklin. 

Everson  Wallace,  general  a*;ent  Xew  England  Mutual  Life  Insu- 
rance Co.  (S.  F.>.  dwl  763  Webster. 

Ewens  Edward,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R..  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 

Ewing  Henry.  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R..  W.  0. 

Ewing  J.  C,  book  agent,  dwl  503  Eleventh.  £* 

Ewing  X..  clerk,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.   bet  Kirkhani  and  Poplar, 
W.  O. 

Eyfolt  A.  W..  carpenter,  dwl  83S  Broadway. 

Ezekiels  Jeanette  (widow),  dwl  E  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr  Plymouth. 

Ezekiels  Mark,  auctioneer,  301   Twelfth,  dwl  S  s  Brown  bet  Grove 
and  West. 


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Buy  School  Books,  etc.,  at  STRICKLAND  &  CO.'S,  1051  Broadway. 


"WOODWARD  &  CO.,  958  Bdwy,  houses  rented  and  rents  collected. 


170  OAKLAND  F]       DIRECTORY. 

FAIRCHILD  OSCAR  L.  O,  president  Oakland  News  Co.,  office 
460  Ninth,  dwl  770  Thirteenth. 

Fallen  Edward,  painter,  dwl  811  Filbert. 

Fallmer  R.  F.  &  Co.,  cabinetmakers  and  upholsterers,  NE  cor  Broad- 
way and  Second. 

Fallon  John,  house  painter  J.  C.  How. 

Fallon  Joseph,  bookkeeper,  dwl  S  s  Oak  bet  Fifth  and  Sixth. 

Fallon  Luther,  laborer,  dwl  Thirtieth  nr  Magnolia. 

Fallon  Malachi,  dwl  65  Seventh. 

Falvey  John,  stair  builder,  905  "Webster,  dwl  NE  cor  Clay  and 
Eighth. 

Fancher  Jennie  Miss,  artist,  dwl  456  Eighth. 

Fanck  Charles,  liquor  dealer  (S.  F.),  dwl  814  West  Third,  W.  0. 

Fannon  John,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  E  s  Lewis  bet  West  Third 
and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 

Farley  D.,  painter,  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 

Farley  Eben  O,  deputy  County  Clerk,  dwl  323  Fifth. 

Farley  Michael,  engineer,  dwl  368  First. 

Farley  Phillip,  cook,  dwl  E  s  Lusk  nr  Evoy  Av. 

Farley  Robert,  stonecutter,  dwl  SW  cor  Grove  and  Sycamore. 

Farley  William,  engineer,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-fifth  bet  Broadway  and 
Telegraph  Av. 

Farm  George,  laborer  C.  Bannister,  foot  Broadway. 

Farman  John,  dwl  cor  San  Pablo  and  Park  avs. 

Farmer  H.  W.,  tailor  M.  J.  Healy. 

Farmer  P.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Thirteenth  bet  Wood  and  Willow, 

w.  o. 

Farmer  William,  driver  Palmer  &  Co.,  dwl  963  Franklin. 

Farnam  Edward,  broker,  dwl  E  s  Telegraph  Av.  cor  Durant. 

Farno  Augusta  C,  physician,  dwl  NW  cor  Fifteenth  and  Brush. 

Famum  E.  E.,  carpenter,  dwl  417  Seventh. 

Farnum  Walter,  dwl  514  Sixth. 

Farrell  E.  T.,  foreman  San  Leandro  Water  Works,  dwl  1053  Webster. 

Farrell  James,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  E  s  Wood  bet  Seward 
and  Lincoln,  W.  O. 

Farrell  John,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Thoroughfare,  dwl  Wil- 
low bet  West  Eighth  and  Chase,  W.  O. 

Farrell  Mike,  painter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Farrell  T.,  carpenter,  dwl  Twenty-sixth  nr  Market. 

Farrelly  Robert  S.,  county  treasurer,  office  County  Court  House,  res 
San  Leandro. 

Farren  Charles,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Central  Pacific  Railroad 
House,  W.  O. 

Farren  William  D.,  dwl  612  Ninth. 

Farrington  Elvin  D.,  painter,  dwl  1207  Franklin. 

Farwell  Frederick  M.  (Farwell  &  Garrigan),  dwl  371  Eighth. 

Farwell  George,  driver  Whitney  &  Co.'s  Express,  dwl  cor  Eleventh 
and  Webster.  * 

Farwell  George  E.  (Farwell  &  Hirshberg),  dwl  W  s  Webster  bet 
Tenth  and  Eleventh. 


Tor  Ice  Cream  Freezers  go  to  J.  S.  G.  GORDON'S,  469  Ninth  Street. 


0.  F.  S.— Wheat  and  cracked  corn,  416  Ninth  nr  Broadway.— 0.  F.  S. 


OAKLAND  p]       DIRECTORY. 


171 


Farwell  M.  Miss,  dressmaker,  dwl  1017  Webster. 

Farwell  William,  carpenter,  dwl  1017  Webster. 

FARWELL  &  GARRIGAN  (Frederick  M.  Farwell  and  John  H. 
Garrigan),  house  and  sign  painters,  dealers  paints,  oils,  glass, 
etc.,  864  Broadway. 

FARWELL  &  HIRSHBERG  (George  E.  Farwell  and  David  S. 
Hirshberg),  gents' furnishing  goods,  1103  Broadway. 

Faschian  Herman,  cook  Hangsted  &  Petersen,  dwl  Second  bet  Har- 
rison and  Webster. 

Fassett  H.  H.,  insurance  agent  (S.  F.),  dwl  N¥  cor  Wood  and 
Seward,  W.  O. 

Fassett  N.  C,  merchant,  dwl  Grand  Central  Hotel. 

Faulkner  Catherine  S.  (widow),  dwl  W  s  Grove  bet  Nineteenth  and 
Twentieth. 

Faulkner  Charles  P.,  druggist,  dwl  913  Fifth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Faulkner  William,  dwl  §13  Fifth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Fauntleroy  William  H.,  civil  engineer,  office  Market  above  Thir- 
teenth, dwlE  s  Franklin  bet  Sixteenth  and  Seventeenth. 

Fazcakleary  Joseph,  foreman,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-second  bet  Market  and 
Curtis. 

Fearey  Andrew  W.,  marble  cutter,  dwl  N  s  Spring  nr  Adeline. 

Fearey  Joseph,  dwl  E  s  Grove  nr  Caledonia  Av. 

Fearey  Mary  (widow),  dwl  E  s  Grove  nr  Caledonia  Av. 

Fearey  Robert  D.,  plumber  James  McGivney,  dwl  N  s  Spring  nr 
Adeline. 

Fearey  Theodore  H.,  dwl  E  s  Gi'ove  cor  Caledonia  A  v. 

Fearing  W.,  musician,  dwl  W  s  Campbell  bet  Seward  and  Lincoln, 

w.  o. 

Fee  John,  carpenter,  dwl  1001  Franklin. 

Feeney   Daniel,  yardman  C.  P.  R.   R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf,  dwl 

Star  House,  W.  O. 
Feeney  James,  laborer  Custom  House  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth 

bet  Wood  and  Willow,  W.  O. 
Feeney  Mark,  contractor,  dwl  1122  Fifteenth  Av. 
Feeney  Michael,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  old  county  road  nr  town  line. 
Feeney  Owen,  laborer,  dwl  Ss  West  Fifth  bet  Filbert  and  Myrtle, W.  O. 
Feeney  P.,  gardener,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  nr  West  Tenth,  W.  O. 
Feeney  Patrick,  laborer,  dwl  E  s  San  Pablo  Av.  bet  Seventeenth  and 

Eighteenth. 
Feiling  L.  H,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  East  Thirty-second  nr  Thir- 
teenth Av.,  E.  O. 
Fellows  Abe,  engineer,  dwl  E  s  Willow  bet  Seward  and  Lincoln, W.  O. 
FELLOWS   EDWARD  C,  superintendent  Western  and  Visalia 

divisions  C.  P.  R.  R.,  office  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf,  dwl  940 

Myrtle. 
Fellows  William,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and 

Wood,  W.  O. 
Felton  John  B.,  attorney  at  law  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  West 

Eighth  and  West  Tenth,  W.  O. 
Fenn  Thomas  W.,  clerk  Home  Mutual  Insurance  Co.,  dwl  306  Tenth. 


STRICKLAND  &  CO.  manufacture  account  books  to  order. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.— 958  Broadway— Heal  Estate  Agents. 


172  OAKLAND  p]       DIRECTORY. 

FENNESSY  JOHN,  proprietor  Billiard  Parlor,  863  Broadway,  dwl 
W  s  Castro  bet  Fourth  and  Fifth. 

Fenno  M.  F.,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R,,  W.  O. 

Fenton  Joseph  P.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Atlantic  bet  Pine  and  Cedar, 
W.  0. 

Fenton  Patrick,  carpenter,  dwl  Star  House,  W.  O. 

Ferguson  George,  agent  Singer  Sewing  Machine,  dwl  junction  Broad- 
way and  Piedmont. 

Ferguson  Mary  A.  (widow),  dwl  503  Eleventh. 

Fernan  Henry,  trackman,  dwl  West  Oakland  House,  W.  O. 

Fernandez  Joseph  L.,  groceries  and  liquors,  San  Pablo  Av.  bet  Ade- 
line and  Peralta. 

Fernell  Jane  Miss,  dressmaker,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  bet  West  Eighth 
and  West  Tenth,  W.  O. 

Ferney  Lawrence,  lather,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham, 
W.  0. 

Ferre  H.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Eighth  bet  Filbert  and  Myrtle. 

Ferrill  James,  carpenter,  dwl  664  Tenth. 

FERRIS  B.  F.,  president  First  National  Gold  Bank  Oakland,  office 
969  Broadway,  dwl  468  Fifth. 

Feversham  Henry,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Bay  bet  Goss  and  Division, 

w.  o. 

Ffrench  Nicholas/groceries  and  liquors,  721  Linden,  dwl  723  Linden. 

Fiddler  Mark,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Star  House,  W.  0. 

Field  Carrie  H.  Miss,  teacher  Oakland  Home  School,  dwl  S  s  Twenty- 
first  bet  San  Pablo  and  Telegraph  avs. 

Field  Chauncey,  dwl  E  s  Fourteenth  Av.  bet  East  Twenty-fourth  and 
East  Twenty-fifth,  E.  O. 

Field  D.  S.,  telegraph  operator,  dwl  W  s  Campbell  bet  Chase  and 
Taylor,  W.  O. 

Field  E.  J.,  joiner  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Field  H.  N.  Miss,  principal  Oakland  Home  School,  dwl  S  s  Twenty- 
first  bet  San  Pablo  and  Telegraph  avs. 

Field  James  C,  carpenter  Pacific  Planing  Mills,  dwl  NE  cor  Cedar 
and  Division,  W.  O. 

Field  William  W.,  carpenter  Pacific  Planing  Mills,  dwl  NE  cor  Cedar 
and  Division,  W.  O. 

Fields  E.  G.,  ship  cai-penter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  W  s  Cedar  bet  Goss 
and  Railroad  Av.  W.  O. 

Fields  James,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Lusk  Place  nr  Evoy  Av. 

Fields  Thomas,  laborer  J.  S.  Emery,  cor  San  Pablo  and  Park  avs. 

Fifty  Associates,  E.  C.  Sessions  secretary,  office  460  Eighth. 

Filben  Thomas,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  814  Filbert. 

Filmer  William,  electrotyper,  dwl  SE  cor  Thirteenth  and  Center, 
W.  O. 

Fillmore  James,  clerk  Diedrich  Rathjen,  dwl  NW  cor  Fifth  and  Jef- 
ferson. 

Fillmore  John,  gardener,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-first  bet  Brush  and  West. 

Finch  Horatio  G,  real  estate  agent,  dwl  531  East  Fourteenth,  E.  0. 

Finch  William,  salesman  (S.  F.),  dwl  NW  cor  Pine  and  Seward,  W.  O. 


All  sizes  refrigerators  and  ice  chests  for  sale  at  Gordon's,  469  Ninth. 


0.  P.  S—  Oakland  Peed  Store,  116  Ninth  near  Broadway— 0.  P.  S. 


OAKLAND  P?  ]       DIRECTORY.  173 

Findlay  James,  fireman  Oakland  Gas  Light  Co.,  dwl  SE  cor  Third 

and  Franklin. 
Findley  George  L.,  mason,  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Kirkham  and  Center, 

w.  o. 

Fingleday  Frederick,  hackman  Newland  &  Pumyea,  dwl  462  Seventh. 
Finkeldey  Henry,  butcher,  705  Broadway,  dwl  609  HaiTison. 
Finley  R.,  carpenter  Buniham,  Standeford  <fe  Co. 
Finn  John,  deck  hand  dredger  C.  P.  P.  P.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange, 

w.  o. 

Finnegan  C.  J.,  salesman  J.  J.  O'Brien  &  Co.,  dwl  1057  Washington. 

Finnegan  James  C,  tinsmith  (S.  F),  dwl  91 -4  West  Fifth. 

Finney ,  printer,  dwl  461  Ninth. 

Finney  George,  printer,  dwl  S  s  Ninth  nr  Franklin. 

Finney  Lydia  (widow),  dwl  473  Eleventh. 

Finnigan  M.  I.,  painter,  dwl  S  s  Nineteenth  bet  Castro  and  Brash. 

Finnigan  William,  dwl  W  s  Poplar  bet  West  Tenth  and  West  Twelfth, 
W.  O. 

FIREMANS'  FUND  INSURANCE  CO.  (S.  E),  Fred  O.  Fuller 
agent,  office  857  Broadway. 

FIRST  NATIONAL  GOLD  BANK  OF  OAKLAND,  B.  F.  Fer- 
ris president,  G.  M.  Fisher  cashier,  969  Broadway. 

Firth  John,  machinist  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Short  bet  Pine  and  Cedar, 
W.  O. 

Fish  Benjamin,  fann  hand  Joseph  S.  Emery,  cor  San  Pablo  and  Park 
avs. 

Fish  Edward,  stevedore,  dwl  W  s  Goss  bet  Cedar  and  Bay,  W.  O. 

Fish  James  H.,  banker  (S.  F.),  dwl  SE  cor  Grove  and  Ninth. 

FISH  M.  W.,  physician,  office  631  East  Twelfth,  dwl  461  East 
Fourteenth,  E.  O. 

Fisher  Beriah  P.,  carpenter,  dwl  358  Seventh. 

Fisher  E.  E.,  printer,  dwl  cor  Linden  and  Thirtieth. 

Fischer  Gustave,  upholsterer  Schreiber  <k  Meyer,  dwl  Wood  bet 
Seward  and  Lincoln,  W.  O. 

Fisher  Galen  M.,  cashier  First  National  Gold  Bank  of  Oakland,  office 
969  Broadway,  dwl  910  Filbert. 

Fisher  Gustave,  upholsterer  Charles  J.  Rossini,  dwl  W  s  Wood  bet 
Lincoln  and  Seward,  W.   O. 

Fisher  Helen  (widow),  dwl  NW  cor  Wood  and  Lincoln,  W.  O. 

FISHER  LUTHER  P.,  advertising  agent  (S.  F.),  dwl  1057  Wash- 
ington. 

Fisher  Marks,  wheelwright  Henry  Hampel,  dwl  801  East  Four- 
teenth, E.  O. 

Fisher  Michael,  grocer,  dwl  729  Fifth. 

Fisher  R.  E.  W.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Union  and 
Kirkham,  W.  O. 

Fisher  William,  steward  St.  Charles  Hotel,  dwl  1106  Broadway. 

Fisher  Z.,  mill  hand,  dwl  Sixteenth  nr  Kirkham,  W.  O. 

Fisk  A.  E.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Chester  bet  Ninth  and  Twelfth, 
W.  O. 

Fisk  M.,  gardener,  dwl  Twenty-eighth  nr  Adeline. 


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Fisk  S.  E.,  painter,  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  West. 

Fisk  William    H.,    carpenter   C.   P.   R.   R.,   dwl  N  s  William  bet 

Cedar  and  Bay. 
Fist  Nathaniel  P.,  shoemaker,  dwl  860  East  Fourteenth,  E.  0. 
Fitch  Benjamin,  mining,  dwl  Cosmopolitan  House. 
Fitzell  Peter,  driver  Chappellet  &  Miner,  dwl  804  Jefferson. 
Fitzgerald  Anthony,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Market  bet  Tenth  and 

Eleventh. 
Fitzgei-ald  David,  laborer  Taylor  &  Co.,  dwl  S  s  Twentieth  bet  Curtis 

and  West. 
Fitzgerald  Edward,  boots  and  shoes,  835   Broadway,   dwl   cor  Sixth 

and  Washington. 
Fitzgerald  Edward,  clerk  O'Connell   &  Co.,  dwl    S  s  Twentieth  bet 

Curtis  and  West. 
Fitzgerald  F.,  salesman  E.  D.  Block  &  Co.,  dwl  cor  Broadway  and 

Ninth. 
Fitzgerald  J.,  blacksmith,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 
Fitzgerald  James,  stableman,  dwl  860  Broadway. 
Fitzgerald  James,  stableman,  dwl  S  s  West  Third  bet  Lincoln  and 

Filbert,  W.  O. 
Fitzgerald  James  E.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  W  s  Center  bet  West 

Fifth  and  Railroad  Av.,  W.  O. 
Fitzgerald  J.  M.,  horseshoer  Kittredge  &  Harrison,  dwl  St.  Charles 

Hotel. 
Fitzgerald  John,  deck  hand  stm  El  Capitan,  res  San  Francisco. 
Fitzgerald  Kate  (widow),  dwl  cor  Linden  and  Twenty-second. 
Fitzgerald  M.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R,  W.  0. 
Fitzgerald    Mary   J.    Mrs.,    furnished   rooms,    Wilcox   Block,  921 

Broadway. 
Fitzgerald  Maurice,   laborer,    dwl    N  s  Eleventh   bet    Center  and 

Kirkham,  W.  0. 
Fitzgerald  Thomas,  fireman  stm  El  Capitan,  res  San  Francisco. 
Fitzgerald  Thomas,  stonecutter,  dwl  S  s  Twentieth   bet   Curtis  and 

West. 
Fitzgibbon  Thomas,    hackman   L.   M.   Beaudry,   dwl   Seventh  bet 

Franklin  and  Webster. 
Fitzmaurice   John,    gardener,    dwl  S  s  Fifteenth   bet  Brush  and 

Castro. 
Fitzpatrick  Edward,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-eighth  bet  Linden 

and  Filbert. 
Fitzpatrick  John,  helper,  dwl  Seventeenth  nr  Cypress,  W.  O. 
Fitzsimmons  Gustav,  mason,  dwl  S  s  Lydia  nr  Market. 
Flagg  Henry  H,  stockbroker  (S.  F.),  dwl  804  Tenth  cor  West. 
Flagg  Julia  A.  Mrs.,  furnished  rooms,  856  Broadway. 
Flaherty  Thomas,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Seventh  bet  Brush  and  Market. 
Flaherty  Thomas,  painter,  dwl  363  Eighth. 
Flanery  Joseph,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R,  W.  O. 
Flannigan  Cliristophei*,   Oakland  Laundry,   S  s  Prospect  Av.  nr 

Broadway. 
Flannigan  John,  laborer,  dwl  416  Seventh. 


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Flaurie  A.,  engineer,  dwl  781  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Flavin  Patrick,  salesman  Greenhood  Brothers,  chvl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 

Fleck  Augustus,  hairdresser  Edward  Maleton,  dwl  721  Sixth. 

Fleet  John,  bricklayer,  dwl  168  Second. 

Flemens  S.,  milkman,    dwl    Sixteenth    bet    Cypress  and  KLirkham, 

W.  0. 
Fleming  John  (John  Fleming  <£  Co.),  dwl   625  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Fleming  John  R.,  steamboatman,  dwl  304  Ninth. 
Fleming  John  &   Co.  {Samuel  D.    Trask),  liquor  saloon,   625  East 

Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Fleming  Mike,  fireman  C.  P.  P.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Thoroughfare. 
Fletcher  Horace,   manufacturer  ink   (S.  F.),   dwl   E  s  Adeline  bet 

West  Tenth  and  West  Twelfth,  W.  O. 
Fletcher  Joseph,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 
Fletcher  Montgomery,  engineer  U.  S.  Navy,  dwl  NW  cor  Caledonia 

and  Telegraph  avs. 
Fletcher  Robert,   stableman,   dwl    Filbert   bet   Twenty-eighth   and 

Twenty-ninth. 
Fletcher  Sarah  A.  (widow),  dwl  S  s  Taylor  bet  Wood  and  Willow, 

W.  O. 
Fletcher  W.  F.,  foreman  Oakland  Railroad  Co. 
Flick  George  W.,  cax-penter,  dwl  Union  Hotel,  E.  0. 
Flinn  George,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  Railroad  Av. 

and  West  Eighth,  W.  O. 
Flinn  James,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Eleventh  bet  Center  and 

Kirkham,  W.   0. 
Flint Mrs.,  dwl  E  s  Filbert  bet  West  Eighth  and  West  Tenth, 

W.  0. 
Flint  Augustus  P.,  insurance  (S.  F.),   dwl  NW  cor  West  Twelfth 

and  Filbert,  W.  O. 
Flint  Edward  P.,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Washington  bet  Twelfth 

and  Thirteenth. 
Flint  Elijah  T.,  dwl  SW  cor  Sixteenth  and  Castro. 
Flint  George  B.  (Sanford,  Kelsey  &  Co.),  dwl   SW  cor  Broadway 

and  Tenth. 
Flint  James  P.  Mrs.,  dwl  SW  cor  Fifteenth  and  Grove. 
Flint  Levi,  boot  and  shoemaker,   S   s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Wood  and 

Pine,  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  E  of  Wood,  W.  O. 
Flohr  Charles,  gunsmith  D.  Siesbuttel,  dwl  838  Broadway. 
Flond  John  W.,  plumber  Robert  Dalziel,  dwl  E  s  Chestnut  bet  West 

Third  and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 
Flood  George  S. ,  whitener,  dwl  N  s  East  Fifteenth  bet  Thirteen  and 

Fourteenth  avs,  E.  0. 
Flood  Isaac,  whitener,  dwl  N  s  East  Fifteenth  bet  Thirteenth  and 

Fourteenth  avs,  E.  O. 
Flood   William   A.,   stonecutter,   dwl  E   s    West  bet   Fourteenth 

and  Fifteenth. 
Flora  Elisha  H.,  housemover,  dwl  W  s  Eleventh  Av.  bet  East  Eight- 
eenth and  East  Nineteenth,  E.  O. 
Floyd  George,  harness  cleaner  Newland  &  Pumyea,  dwl  462  Seventh. 


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Flugge  Charles,  stockbroker  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  West  Tenth  bet  Ade- 
line and  Chestnut,  W.  O. 
Flynn  Agnes  Miss,  domestic  Mrs.  G.  M.  Blake,  1057  Washington. 
Flynn  Hugh,  blacksmith  C.  P.  R.  R,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 
Flynn  James,  upholsterer  Charles  L.  Taylor,  dwl  1057  Webster. 
Flynn  P.,   blacksmith  C.   P.  P.  P.,  dwl  S  s  West  Eighth  bet  Wood 

and  Willow,  W.  0. 
Flynn  Patrick,   laborer   C.   P.    P.    R.,  dwl   E  side  Lewis  bet  West 

Fifth  and  Railroad  Av.,  W.  0. 
Flynn  Peter,  laborer  Shattuck  &  Hillegass,  dwl  457  Eighth. 
Flynn  Richard,  laborer   C.   P.  R.   R.   Oakland  Ferry  Wharf,  dwl 

Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 
Foans  John  H.,  carpenter,  dwl  527  Eighth. 
Fogg  George  Edward,  student,  dwl  W  s  Webster  bet  Prospect  Av. 

and  Orchard. 
FOGG  GEORGE   H.,  justice  of  the  peace,  office  814  Broadway, 

dwl  W  s  Webster  bet  Prospect  Av.  and  Orchard. 
Fogg  George  W.,  superintendent  Pacific  Iron  Works   (S.  F.),  dwl 

SE  cor  Railroad  Av.  and  Filbert,  W.  0. 
Fogg  Joseph,  carpenter,  dwl  813  Market. 
Foley  Dennis,  deck  hand  C.  P.  P.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Thoroughfare. 
Foley  F.  M.,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  West  Ninth  bet   Center  and  Peralta, 

w.  o. 

Foley  H.  W.,  calker  C.  P.  R.  P.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 
Foley   James   J.,    capitalist,    dwl    junction   Peralta   and   Lincoln, 

w.  o. 

Foley  John,  laborer,  dwl  NW  cor  Twenty-seventh  and  Grove. 

Foley  Paul,  tinsmith,  dwl  IS"  s  Twentieth  bet  West  and  Curtis. 

Foley  T.,  farmer,  dwl  Thirty-fourth  nr  Adeline. 

Foley  Thomas,  laborer,  dwl  E  s  Chestnut  bet  West  First  and 
West  Third,  W.  0. 

Foley  Thomas  P.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  P.,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and 
Wood,  W.  0. 

Folger  James  A.,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  SE  cor  Taylor  and  Willow, 
W.  O. 

Folger  Samuel  G.,  collector,  dwl  856  Franklin. 

Folley  John,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

Follrath  Adam,  horseshoer  1060  Thirteenth  Av.,  dwl  NE  cor  Thir- 
teenth Av.  and  East  Sixteenth,  E.  O. 

Follrath  William  A.,  blacksmith  helper  Adam  Follrath,  dwl  NE  cor 
Thirteenth  Av.  and  East  Sixteenth,  E.  O. 

Folsom  Martha,  laundress,  dwl  269  Sixth. 

Folte  Gustave,  bookkeeper  Burns,  Whitman  &  Gardiner,  dwl  410 
Tenth. 

Fonda  D.  R,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  P.,  W.  O. 

Fonda  George,  fireman  C.  P.  P.  P.,  W.  O. 

Fonda  P.  W.,  physician,  dwl  N  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  0. 

Fones  J.  H.,  carpenter  406  Seventh,  dwl  cor  Clay  and  Eighth. 

Fontainebleau  Garden,  Sevin  Vincent  proprietor,  N  s  East  Four- 
teenth bet  Twenty-third  Av.  and  town  line,  E.  O. 


J.  S.  G.  GOEDON,  agent  for  Napa  Soda  Springs.    469  Ninth  Street. 


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OAKLAND  p]       DIRECTORY.  177 

FONTE  ANTONIO,  general  merchandise,  800  East  Twelfth,  E.  O., 
dwl  1114  Sixteenth  Ay.,  E.  O. 

Fonte  George,  deck  hand  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Louise. 

Fonte  Henry  A.,  clerk  Antonio  Fonte,  dwl  1114  Sixteenth  Av., 
E.  O. 

Fonte  J.  Rapozo,  laborer,  dwl  Fruit  Yale. 

Fonte  Joaquin,  laborer  James  Larvie,  dwl  Fruit  Vale. 

Fonte  Jose,  tanner  John  S.  Derby,  dwl  N  s  old  county  road  nr  town 
line,  E.  O. 

Foote  Edward,  boat  builder,  dwl  S  s  Eleventh  bet  Center  and  Kirk- 
ham,  W.  0. 

Foote  William  V.,  attorney  at  law  (S.  F.),  dwl  SE  cor  Ninth  and  Clay. 

Forbes  Andrew,  dwl  1051  Thirteenth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Forbes  Katy  Mrs.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 

Ford  Alvin,  general  merchandise,  1080  Fourteenth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Ford  Daniel  H.,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-second,  nr  Mai'ket. 

Ford  Jerome  B.,  lumber  dealer,  dwl  SW  cor  East  Ninth  and  Fifth 
Av.,  E.  O. 

Ford  Jerome  C,  student,  dwl  SW  cor  East  Ninth  and  Fifth  Av., 
E.  O. 

Ford  John  A.,  porter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  764  Sixth. 

Ford  John  B.,  farmer,  dwl  765  Grove. 

Ford  William,  hostler  Shattuck  &  Hillegass,  dwl  457  Eighth. 

Ford  William,  porter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Sixth  bet  Brush  and  Mar- 
ket. 

Fordman  Frank,  ship  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Av.  bet 
Bay  and  Cedar,  W.  O. 

Foreman  Robert,   carpenter,   dwl   E  s  Short  bet  Cedar  and   Bay, 

w.  o. 

Forney  Robert  L.,  carpenter,  dwl  838  Broadway. 

Forrester  James,  feed  and  sale  stable,  E  s  Franklin  nr  Third,  dwl 
373  Fifth. 

Forsberg  Frederick,  ship  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Forsberg  Louis,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Cedar  and 
Pine,  W.  O. 

Forster  Emma  (widow),  seamstress,  dwl  607  Franklin. 

Forster  Dorothy  (widow),  dwl  758  Castro. 

Forsyth  E.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  Chestnut  bet  Twenty-first  and  Twenty- 
second. 

Forsyth  Peter,  engineer  Pacific  Planing  Mill,  dwl  N  s  Bay,  bet  Goss 
and  Division,  W.  O. 

Fort  L.  A.,  painter,  dwl  Center  nr  Sixteenth. 

Fort  M.,  watchman,  dwl  Center  nr  Sixteenth. 

Fortin  Victor  L.,  clerk  Remillard  &  Brothers,  dwl  613  Tenth. 

Fortman  D.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Central  Pacific  Railroad 
House,  W.  O. 

Fortman  Frederick,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange, 
W.  O. 

Foss  Julius,  cook  West  Oakland  House,  W.  O. 

Foss  Richard,  bricklayer,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Wood  and  Willow,  W.  O. 


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Foster  Frank,  joiner  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Foster  Isaac,  engineer  C.  P.   R.   R.   Co.'s  stm  tug  Rival,  dwl  cor 

Pine  and  Sixth,  W.  0. 
Foster  John,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  W  s  Henry  bet  Railroad  Av. 

and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 
Foster  John  A.,  carpenter  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  Filbert  bet  Twenty- 
eighth  and  Twenty-ninth. 
Foster  Samuel,  machinist,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  0. 
Foster  Thomas  (J.  J.  O'Brien  &  Co.),  dwl  1119  Broadway. 
Foster  Thomas,  gardener,  dwl  W  s  Webster  nr  Twenty-second. 
Foster   Thomas  J.,    oyster   dealer    (S,   F.),  dwl  S  s  Fifteenth  bet 

Market  and  West. 
Foucault  Victor  M.,  real  estate,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-second  nr  Telegraph 

Av. 
Foulkes   James    F.,    physician  and   surgeon,  office    and   dwl    1068 

Broadway. 
Foulkes  John  F.,  salesman  Mellis  k  Lippman,  dwl  1068  Broadway. 
Fountain  William  EL,  dwl  W  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr  Twenty-second. 
Fountain  W.  J.,  pilot,  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Willow  and  Campbell, 

W.  O. 
Foust  William,  mill  hand,  dwl  W  s  Filbert  bet  Twenty-eighth  and 

Thirtieth. 
Fowler  David  C,  driver  Thomson  Bros.,  dwl  669  Third. 
Fowler  Elijah,  farmer,  dwl  S  s  Short  bet  Pine  and  Cedar,  W.  O. 
Fowler  James,  engineer  Pacific   Jute   Manufacturing  Co.,  dwl  NE 

cor  East  Tenth  and  Seventh  Av.,  E.  O. 
Fowler  James  M.,   carpenter,  dwl   N  s   Laurel  bet  Broadway  and 

Telegraph  Av. 
Fowler  John,  dwl  NE  cor  Eighth  and  Washington. 
Fowler   S.   E.,  helper,   dwl    Sixteenth  bet  Cypress  and  Kirkham, 

W.  O. 
Fowler  William  W.,  clerk  E.  W.  Woodward  &  Co.,  dwl  NW  cor 

Castro  and  Tenth. 
Fox  Frank  J.  F.,  cai-penter,  dwl  E  s  Lewis  bet  West  Fifth  and  Rail- 
road Av.,  W.  O. 
Fox  James,  hostler  Tinkham  &  Butterfield,  dwl  462  Twelfth. 
Fox  John,  coachman  Peder  Sather,  dwl  N  s  Fifth  bet  Grove  and 

Castro. 
Fox  John  S.,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  dwl  318  Third. 
Fox  John  T,  carpenter,  dwl  NW  cor  Willow  and  William. 
Fox  Loring,  plumber,  dwl  Alta  House. 
Fox  Patrick,  fireman  stm  El  Capitan,  res  San  Francisco. 
Fox  Revel  D.,  carpenter,  dwl  NW  cor  Willow  and  William. 
Frain  James,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 
Francis  A.,  laborer,  dwl  Twenty-second  nr  Market. 
Francis  Clara  Mrs.,  hairdresser,  N  s  East  Fifteenth  bet  Thirteenth 

and  Fourteenth  avs,  E.  O. 
Francis  Cornelius,  whitener,  dwl  N  s  East  Fifteenth  bet  Thirteenth 

and  Fourteenth  avs,  E.  O. 
Francis  E.  J.,  salesman  (S.  F),  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Filbert  and  Myrtle. 


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Francis  George,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Alameda. 
Francis  Samuel,  gardener,  dwl  Thirty-sixth  nr  Adeline. 
FRANCIS    SAMUEL,  merchant  tailor,  1006  Broadway,  dwl  836 

Clay. 
Fran?  s  Susan  (widow),  dwl  Union  nr  Twenty-eighth. 
Francis  Thomas,  miner,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  Twenty-fourth  and 

Twenty-sixth. 
Franey  J.  F.,  tailor,  dwl  408  Thirteenth. 
Frank  D.,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Union  nr  Thirtieth. 
Frank  F.,  clerk,  dwl  N  s  Fourteenth  nr  Market. 
Frank  F.,  trackman  C.  P.  R.  R,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.   bet  Pine 

and  Cedar,  W.  O. 
Frank  George,  clerk   (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Filbert  bet  West  Eighth  and 

West  Tenth,  W.  O. 
Frank  Jacob,  upholsterer  Schreiber  &  Meyer,  res  San  Francisco. 
Frank  John,  laborer,  dwl  E  s  Pine  bet  William  and  Atlantic. 
Frank e  George,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  William  bet  Pine  and 

Cedar,  W.  O. 
Franklin  E.  J.,  farmer,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  Twenty-fourth  and 

Twenty-sixth. 
Franklin  William  S.,  carpenter,  dwl  Center  nr  Fifteenth,  W.  O. 
Franklyn  T.,  dwl  N  s  Eleventh  bet  Center  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Fransen  H.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Fraser  David  G.,  carpenter,  dwl  675  Fourth. 

Fraser  John  E.,  plumber,  dwl  W  s  Market  bet  Twentieth  and  Twen- 
ty-first. 
Fraser  Samuel  W.,  carpenter,  dwl  307  Third. 
Fraser  Thomas,  dwl  Union  bet  Twenty-fourth  and  Twenty-sixth, 

W.  O. 
Fraser  Thomas  Rev.,  dwl  916  Myrtle. 
Frazier  Louis,  cook  Union  Hotel,  W.  O. 
Frazu  Benjamin  F.,  deputy  pound  master,  dwl  E  s  San  Pablo  Av.  nr 

Alden. 
Frederick  F.  E.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood, 

W.  O. 
FREDERICK    JACOB,    carnage   painter,    NE   cor   Eighth    and 

Franklin  and  365  Eleventh,  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  bet  Clay  and 

Jefferson. 
Frederick  John,  conductor  C.  P.  R.  R,  dwl  N  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and 

Wood,  W.  O. 
Frederick  Vincent,  hostler  Tinkham  &  Butterfield,  res  Alameda. 
Fredericks  P.,  driver  Oakland  Railroad  C. 
Frederickson  H.,   shipwright  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange, 

W.  O. 
FREE  AND  ACCEPTED  MASONS,  halls  SW  cor  Broadway  and 

Eighth,  and  SW  cor  Broadway  and  Eleventh. 
Freeborn  William  H.,  market,   S  s  Railroad  Av.   bet  Henry  and 

Chester,  W.  O. 
Freeland  Albert,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Freeland  Joseph,  clerk,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 


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Freelong  John,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Freels  Richard,  deck  hand  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Louise. 

Freeman  A.,  laborer  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co. 

Freeman  Charles  W.,  printer,  dwl  NE  cor  Lincoln  and  Wood,  W.  O. 

Freeman  Edward,  mill  hand,  dwl  E  s  Filbert  bet  Eighteenth  and 
Twenty-first. 

Freeman  Ella  Miss,  dressmaker  Mrs.  A.  S.  Baker,  dwl  Isabella  nr 
San  Pablo  Av. 

Freeman  George,  teamster,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  Eighteenth  and 
Twentieth. 

Freeman  Henry  R.,  mill  hand,  dwl  701  Washington. 

Freeman  John,  machinist,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 

Freeman  Mary  Mrs.,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-fourth  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Freeman  Mary  Mrs.,  children's  boarding,  Isabella  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Freeman  Stephen,  dwl  Union  nr  Twenty-eighth. 

Freeman  T.,  clerk,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  bet  West  Eighth  and  West 
Tenth,  W.  O. 

Freer  George  N.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Eleventh  bet  Center  and  Kirk- 
ham,  W.  O. 

Freitag  Christina  (widow),  dwl  S  s  Ninth  bet  Chester  and  Peralta, 

w.  o. 

French  George  W.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  Twentieth 
and  Twenty-first  avs,  E.  O. 

French  G.  S.,  clerk  (S.  F),  dwl  SW  cor  Sixteenth  and  West. 

French  James,  carpenter,  dwl  West  Thirteenth  nr  Peralta,  W.  O. 

French  James,  clerk,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  West  Twelfth  and  West 
Fourteenth,  W.  O. 

French  M.,  clerk,  dwl  Adeline  nr  Twenty-sixth. 

French  Sullivan  F.,  plumber,  dwl  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  Twentieth 
and  Twenty-first  avs,  E.  O. 

French  Willliam,  dwl  S  s  Atlantic  bet  Willow  and  Wood,  W.  O. 

French  William,  cabinetmaker,  W  s  Thirteenth  Av.  bet  East  Elev- 
enth and  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Frese  J.  L.,  dwl  863  Washington. 

Frey  B.,  dwl  SW  cor  Clay  and  Sixth. 

Frey  Christian,  butcher  Louis  Schaffer,  dwl  SE  cor  Sixth  and  Har- 
rison. 

Frey  Joseph,  mason,  dwl  NE  cor  Fifteenth  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 

Frick  Alfred,  architect  Oakland  Artificial  Stone  Manufacturing  Co., 
res  San  Francisco. 

Frick  Emile,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  476  East  Eleventh,  E.  O. 

Friedland  A.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 

Friedlino  S.  A.,  carpenter,  dwl  Union  Hotel,  E.  O. 

Friend  William  H.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F),  dwl  SW  cor  Tenth  and 
West. 

Frink  Ledyard,  farmer,  dwl  1057  Washington. 

Frisby  Joseph,  calker  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Central  Pacific  Railroad 
House,  W.  O. 

Fritz  Mondot  J.,  laborer  James  Larue,  dwl  N  s  East  Fourteenth  bet 
Eighteenth  and  Nineteenth  avs,  E.  O. 


J.  S.  G.  G0HD0N,  wholesale  and  retail  dealer  in  ice.    469  Ninth  St. 


0.  P.  S—  Whole  "barley  and  corn,  416  Ninth  St.  near  Bdwy—O.  F.  S. 


OAKLAND       [O]       DIRECTORY.  181 

Fritzch  Charles,  butcher,  dwl  908  Broadway. 

Fromm  August,  carpenter  Blethen  &  Terry,  res  Alameda. 

Fross  Mary  C.  Mrs.,  dwl  1ST  s  Fifteenth  bet  Brush  and  West. 

Frost  Edward,  ship  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Taylor  bet  Willow  and  Camp- 
bell, W.  O. 

Frost  R.  M.,  carpenter  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co.,  res  Temescal. 

Frost  William,  painter,  dwl  NE  cor  Twentieth  and  Brush. 

Fruin  George,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  Market. 

Fry ,  shoemaker  Levi  Flint,  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  bet  Wood 

and  Willow,  W.  O. 

Fuchs  George,  dwl  W  s  East  Thirty-second  nr  Thirtieth  Av.,  E.  0. 

Fuchs  Philip,  blacksmith  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  West  Ninth 
and  West  Twelfth,  W.  O. 

Fullalove  Richard,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine  and 
Wood,  W.  O. 

Fuller  Amos  L.,  real  estate  agent  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  East  Fifteenth  bet 
Eighth  and  Ninth  avs,  E.  O. 

Fuller  C.  A.,  cigars  and  tobacco,  NE  cor  Broadway  and  Ninth,  dwl 
855  Harrison. 

Fuller  Emerson,  book  agent,  dwl  N  s  East  Fifteenth  bet  Eighth  and 
Ninth  avs,  E.  0. 

Fuller  Eugene  I.,  compositor,  dwl  S  s  Lusk  bet  Telegraph  and  San 
Pablo  avs. 

Fuller  Frederick  0.,  agent  Fireman's  Fund  Insurance  Co.  (S.  F.),  of- 
fice 857  Broadway,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  West  Eighteenth  and 
West  Twentieth,  W.  O. 

Fuller  Hinds,  teamster,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  West  Eighteenth  and 
West  Twentieth,  W.  O. 

Fuller  H.  R,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  nr  West  Twenty-eighth, 

w.  o. 

Fuller  John  S.,  painter,  dwl  S  s  Seventeenth  bet  Cypress  and  Kirk- 
ham,  W.  O. 

Fullerton  Joseph,  plasterer,  dwl  Twenty-sixth  bet  Union  and  Adeline. 

Fulton  Joseph,  mining  superintendent,  dwl  515  Ninth. 

Fulton  Livery  Stable,  Stubbs  &  Costigan  proprietors,  E  s  Telegraph 
Av.  nr  Twenty-fourth. 

Furman  D.,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  West  Tenth  and  West 
Twelfth,  W.  O. 

Fursburg  Samuel,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 

Furst  Herman  (Coffee  &  F.),  dwl  516  Fifth. 

Fuston  Edward,  clerk,  dwl  N  s  West  Twelfth  bet  Linden  and  Fil- 
bert, W.  0. 

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Gaffney  Bridget  (widow),  dwl  Sixteenth  bet  Cypress  and  Kirkham, 

W.  O. 
Gaffney  Henry,  tinsmith,  dwl  Eastern  Hotel,  E.  O 
Gaffney  Thomas,  potter  Daniel  Brannan,  dwl  SE  cor  Seventeenth  Av. 

and  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 


Rich  goods  suitable  for  presents  at  STEICKLAND  <&  CO.'S  Book  store. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  958  Broadway,  bargains  in  real  estate. 


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OAKLAND       [Q]       DIRECTORY. 


Gagan  John,  cooper,  dwl  S  s  William  bet  Cedar  and  Pine,  W.  O. 
Gage  Edward,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  Eighteenth  and 

Twentieth. 
Gage  George  B.,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Lydia  bet  Market  and  Curtis,  W.  O. 
Gage  John,  painter,  dwl  403  Ninth. 
Gage  Samuel,  carpenter,  dwl  856  Clay. 
Gagnon  John  B.,  merchant,  dwl  407  First. 
Gaines  Henry  J.,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  bet  West  Eighth  and  West 

Tenth,  W.  O. 
Gaines  Michael,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  P.,  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  West  Third 

and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 
Gale  George,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Ninth  Av.  bet  East  Twenty-third 

and  East  Twenty-fourth,  E.  O. 
Gales  A.  W.,  clerk,  dwl  NE  cor  Eighth  and  Webster. 
Gales  Franklin,  mill  hand,  dwl  Sixteenth  nr  Kirkliam,  W.  O. 
Galighan  Patrick,  laborer,  dwl  705  Fifth. 

Gallagher  Anna  M.  (widow),  dwl  W  s  Adeline  nr  Twenty-fourth. 
Gallagher  Charles  E.,  painter,  dwl  724  Linden. 
Gallagher  E.,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  West  Ninth  and  West 

Twelfth,  W.  O. 
Gallagher  G.  P.,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Linden  bet  West  Eighth  and 

West  Twelfth,  W.  O. 
Gallagher  James,  dwl  Newland's  Hotel. 
Gallagher  John,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 
Gallagher  P.,  milkman,  dwl  Union  nr  Twenty-sixth. 
Gallagher  Patrick,  laborer  Contra  Costa  Water  Co. 
Gallagher  Stephen,  painter,  dwl  724  Linden. 
Gallihan  James,  laborer  C.  P.  P.  P.,  W.  O. 
Galon  Edward,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Galvin  Morris,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Forty-second  nr  Telegraph  Av. 
Gamble  James,  superintendent  Western  Union  Telegraph  Co.  (S.  F.), 

dwl  W  s  Jackson  nr  Lake  Merritt. 
Ganly  Edward,  laborer  Oakland  Gas  Light  Co.,  dwl  707  Fifth. 
Gannon  Martin,  dwl  665  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Gans  Joseph,  clerk,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  nr  West  Tenth,  W.  O. 
Gans  Robert  H.,  bookkeeper  Oakland  Bank  of  Savings,  res  Alameda. 
Gansberg  George,  painter,  dwl  NW  cor  Wood  and  Lincoln,  W.  O. 
Gant  Andrew,  gardener  R.  P.  Thomas,  NE  cor  East  Twelfth  and 

Third  Av.,  E.  O. 
Gants  W.  W.,  clerk  John  Breen,  dwl  828  Broadway. 
Gang  Benjamin,  cooper,  dwl  811  Filbert. 

Garibaldi  Joseph,  cook,  dwl  NE  cor  Telegraph  Av.  and  Twenty-first. 
Garber  John,  attorney  at  law  (S.  F.),  dwl  NE  cor  West  Tenth  and 

Adeline,  W.  O. 
Garcia  Jose,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  P.,  W.  O. 
Garcia  Joseph  A.,  hairdresser  Frank  Silva,  dwl   703  East  Twelfth, 

E.  O. 
Gardanowsky  E.,  physician  and  surgeon,  office  1058  Broadway,  dwl 

461  Ninth. 
Garden  A.  W.  Mrs.,  dwl  569  Eighth. 


G0HD0FS  ice  wagons  supply  families  in  Oakland  and  Alameda. 


0.  P.  S.-Oregon  oats  and  ground  barley,  416  Ninth  Street-0.  F.  S 

OAKLAND       [G]       DIRECTORY.  183 


Gardiner  James  T.  (Bums,  Whitman  &  G.),  dwl  N  I  Twenty-second 

nr  Telegraph  Av. 
Gardiner  J.  J.,  real  estate  agent,  office  923  Broadway. 
Gardner   C.    Frank,    carpenter   Blethen   &   Terry,  dwl  807  Wash- 

Gardne?Edward,?clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  E   s  Linden  bet  West  Eighth 

and  West  Tenth,  W.  O. 
Gardner  Robert  B.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  718  Filbert. 
GARDNER  R.   L.,  proprietor  Piedmont  Springs  Hotel,  Piedmont. 
Gardner  T.  J.,  sign  painter  Farwell  &  Garrigan,  dwl   Sycamore  bet 

Grove  and  San  Pablo  Av. 
Gardner  W.  J.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R-,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Garihan  William  F.,  roller  C.  P.  R  R,  dwl  357  Eighth. 
Garin  H.  Mme.,  dwl  407  First. 
Gariot  Julius,  painter,  dwl  551  Seventh. 
Gariot  L.  Mme.,  lace  washing  and  dyeing,  551  Seventh. 
Garon  L.  G.,  liquors,  foot  Broadway. 
Garret  Edward,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

Garrigan  John  H.  (Farwell  &  G.),  dwl  SW  cor  West  arid  B.own 
Garrison  Elijah  M.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R,  dwl  N  s  William  bet 

Cedar  and  Bay,  W.  O. 
Garthwaite  Harry   P.,   clerk   (S.  F.),  dwl  N   s  Twenty-second  bet 
Telegraph  and  San  Pablo  avs.  ,«'■,-'«■  i    i 

Garthwaite  William  W.,  note  clerk   Oakland  Bank  of  Savings,  dwl 

N  s  Twenty-second  bet  Telegraph  and  San  Pablo  avs. 
Gartlant  George,  gardner,  dwl  Mansion  House,  E   O. 
Gartner  Frederick,  mill  hand,  dwl  N  ■  Filbert  bet  Twenty-eighth 

and  Thirtieth. 
Garvey  Henry,  hairdresser,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  nr  Twentieth. 
Garvey  Patrick,  boilermaker  C.    P.   R   R,  dwl  W   s   Chester  bet 

Railroad  Av.  and  West  Fifth,  W.  0. 
Garvey  Thomas,  laborer  C.   P.   R   R,   dwl   E  s  Peralta  bet  West 

Third  and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 
Garvey  Timothy,  laborer  Contra  Costa  Water  Co. 
Garvin  J.  J,  dwl  SW  cor  Castro  and  Eighth. 

Gaskill  George  C,  letter  carrier  Wells,  Fargo  &  Co.'s  Express,  dwl 

Clay  bet  Eleventh  and  Twelfth.  .„,-«.  a 

GASKILL  ROLLIN  C,  agent  Wells,  Fargo  &  Co.  s   Express  and 

.Etna  Fire   Insurance   Co.  of  Hartford,   office   917  Broadway, 

dwl  Clay  bet  Eleventh  and  Twelfth. 

Gaspar  Augustus,  gardner  Edward  M.  Derby,  S  s  Adams  Av.  bet 

town  line  and  Fruit  Yale. 
Gaspar  John,  looking  glass  maker,  dwl  577  Second 
Gaspard  Francis,  restaurant,  827  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
GassMaryF.,  teacher  Mills  Seminary   dwl  702  Tenth 

Gast  Frederick,  engineer  C.  P.  R  R,  dwl   N   s  Atlantic  bet  Pine 

and  Cedar,  W.  O.  .  „.,, 

Gately  John,  mining  dwl  S  s  West  Eighth  bet  Linden  and  Filbert, 

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Gately  Michael,  real  estate  agent  (S.  F.),  dwl  567  Sixth. 


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foreman  Carter  &  Olin,  dwl  SE  cor  Eleventh  and  Web- 
sub-trainer  with  D.  J.  Green,  dwl  nr  Oakland  Trotting 


Gates  A.  Jr 

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GAUDIN  JOHN",  liquor  saloon,  840  Broadway,  dwl  567  Fifth. 
Gaukroger  Albert,   machinist,   dwl  SE  cor  Adeline  and  Twenty- 
eighth. 
Gaven  D.,  brakeman  C.  P.  P.  P.,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 
Gaughan  William,  butcher  Thomas  W.   Thacker,   S  s  West  Third 

bet  Filbert  and  Myrtle. 
Gaunce  Leonard,  car  repairer  C.   P.   P.   P.,   dwl  S  s  Lincoln  bet 

Wood  and  Pine,  W.  O. 
Gaunce  Pobert,    sash   and    blindmaker  Pacific  Planing  Mills,  dwl 

Lincoln  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 
Gaus  Louis  John,  dwl  415  Ninth. 
Gaylord  George  M.,  carpenter,  dwl  916  Harrison. 
Gaynor  Hugh,  liquor  saloon,  NW  cor  Broadway  and  Fifth. 
Geany  Michael,  laborer,  dwl  Union  Hotel,  E.  O. 
Gearhart  John,  clerk  Commercial  Agency,  dwl  Washington  nr  Thir- 
teenth. 
Geary  Thomas,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  West  Thirteenth  bet  Cypress  and 

Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Geddes  Joseph,   carpenter,  dwl   N  s  Sycamore  bet  Grove  and  San 

Pablo  Av. 
Gee  Myron,  contractor,  dwl  620  Ninth. 
Geelan  Edward,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 
Geffroy  Thomas  B.,  sheep  raiser,  dwl  1031  Seventh  Av. 

Geiger Mrs.,  furnished  rooms,  dwl  W  s  Willow  bet  Chase  and 

Taylor,  W.  O. 
Geiser  Charles,  butcher,  SW  cor  Castro  and  Sixth. 
Geiser  William  B.,  butcher,  dwl  SW  cor  Castro  and  Sixth. 
Gemmell  Alexander,  plumber  and  gas  fitter,  820  Broadway,  dwl  815 

Franklin 
Gensoul  Adrien,  cashier  French  Savings  and  Loan   Society  (S.  F  ) 

dwl  SE  cor  Peralta  and  Ninth,  W.  O. 
Gentle  Charles,  gardener  Joseph  W.  Jordan,  W  s  Thirteenth  Av.  nr 

East  Twenty-sixth,  E.  O. 
Gentry   Calvin  B.,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Telegraph  Av.  bet  Twenty- 
first  and  Twenty-second. 
George  Charles  H.,  harnessmaker  William   Hanley,  dwl    1082  East 

Fourteenth,  E.  O. 
George   George,  clerk   Henry  W.  George,  dwl   San  Pablo  Poad  bet 

Seventeenth  and  Eighteenth. 
GEORGE  HENRY    W,  agent   North    British    and    Mercantile 
Insurance  Co.  of  London  and   Edinburgh  (Fire),   and   London 
Assurance  Corporation  (Fire),  office  1004  Broadway,  dwl  San 
Pablo  road  bet  Seventeenth  and  Eighteenth. 
George  James,  pile  driver  C.  P.  P.  R.,  W.  O. 
George  Samuel,  carpenter,  dwl  410  Tenth. 
George  S.  P.,  house  mover,  dwl  1001  Franklin. 


Plain  and  fancy  ice  cream  made  to  order  at  GORDON'S,  469  Ninth  St. 


0.  F.  S.— Hay,  ground  feed,  and  grain,  416  Ninth  near  Bdwy— 0.  F.  S. 


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George  William,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  bet  West  Eight  and  West  Tenth, 

W.  O. 
Gerard  Charles,  teamster  Remillard  &,  Bros.,  dwl   NE  cor  Clay  and 

First. 
Gerhardy  P.  J.,  butcher,  829  Broadway,  dwl  838  Broadway. 
Germain  Clara  Miss,  teacher  Prescott  Grammar  School. 
Germain  Parker,  farmer,  dwl  E  s  Wood  bet  Chase  and  Taylor,  W.  0. 
Germain  Sallie  Miss,  teacher  Prescott  Grammar  School. 
Germania  Club,  954  Broadway. 

Gernett  Charles,  butcher  Charles  Palm,  dwl  858  Broadway. 
GERNREICH  WILLIAM,   groceries   and    liquors,   dwl   SW  cor 

Eighth  and  Chester,  W.  0. 
Gartner   Frederick   W.,  sawyer   Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  Filbert  nr 

Twenty-eighth. 
Gerrish  J.  L.,  machinist,  dwl  Ws  Campbell  bet  Seward  and  Lincoln, 

w.  o. 

Gerrity  Thomas,  laborer,  dwl  Union  Hotel,  E.  O. 

Getchell  George,  miner,  dwl  Thirty-sixth  nr  Adeline. 

Getchell    John    C,  tinsmith,   dwl   S   s  Short  bet   Pine   and  Cedar, 

W.  O. 
Getchell  J.  Otis,  plasterer,  dwl  W  s  Market  bet  West  Third   and 

West  Fifth,  W.  O. 
Getchell  Lysander  W.,  stevedore,  dwl  752  Brush. 
Getchell    Ransom  N.,  teamster  Oakland    Planing    Mill,   dwl   W  s 

Market  bet  West  Third  and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 
Getchell  Sumner  W.,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Market  bet  West  Third 

and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 
Getchell  William,  dwl  S  s  Short  bet  Pine  and  Cedar,  W.  O. 
Gettigan  N.,  laborer,  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  West  Ninth   and  West 

Tenth,  W.  O. 
Ghirardelli  Domingo  (Ghirardelli  &  Petar),  dwl  773  Fifth. 
Ghirardelli  Domingo  P.,  salesman  (S.  F.),  dwl  773  Fifth. 
Ghirardelli  Joseph,  bookkeeper  Ghirardelli  &  Petar,  dwl  773  Fifth. 
GHIRARDELLI  &  PETAR  (D.  Ghirardelli  and  Charles  Petar), 

wholesale  and  retail  liquors,  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Twelfth. 
Giamboni   Natale,  restaurant  (S.  F.),  dwl   W  s  Seward,  bet  Wood 

and  Willow,  W.  O. 
Gibbons  James,  dwl  409  Seventh. 
Gibbons  James,  boarding,  416  Seventh. 
Gibbons   Rodman,   merchant,   dwl  N  s   Eighth  bet   Kirkham  and 

Center,  W.  O. 
Gibbons  Patrick,   laborer   C.    P.   R.    R,   dwl  E  s  Henry  bet  West 

Fifth  and  Railroad  Av.,  W.  O. 
Gibbs  Joseph,   mill  hand,    dwl   W  s  Filbert,    bet    Eighteenth  and 

Twenty-first. 
Gibbs   Josiah    S.,   carpenter,   S  s   Chase,    bet  Wood  and  Willow, 

w.  o. 

Gibbs  Samuel   L.  (Gibbs  &  Preston),  dwl  junction   San   Pablo  Av. 

and  Clay. 
Gibbs  William  C,  dwl  NW  cor  Third  and  Madison. 


"We  sell  as  cheap  as  any  store  in  San  Francisco— STRICKLAND  &  CO. 


E.  W.  WOODWAED  <&  CO.,  958  Broadway,  Oakland  Real  Estate. 


186  OAKLAND       [Q]       DIRECTORY. 

Gibbs  &  Preston  (Samuel  L.  Gibbs  and  John  W.  Preston),  groceries, 

junction  San  Pablo  Av.  and  Clay. 
Gibson  C,  painter  C.  P.  P.  P.,  dwl  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House, 

w.  o. 

Gibson  C.  W.,  baker,  dwl  Linden  bet  Twenty-eighth  and  Thirtieth. 
Gibson  James,   clerk  (S.  P.)  dwl  N  s  "West  Fifth  bet   Filbert  and 

Linden,  W.   O. 
Gibson  John,  baggageman  C.  P.  P.  P.,  dwl   Thirty-seventh,  nr  San 

Pablo  Av. 
Gibson  Samuel,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  bet  Market  and  West. 
Gibson  William,  engineer  C.  P.  P.  R.,  dwl  Brooklyn  Hotel,  E.  O. 
Giddings  Joshua,  wire  worker  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Center 

and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Gieschen  Kate  (widow),  dwl  809  Franklin. 
Gigey  George  S.,  turner,  dwl  Fifteenth  nr  Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Gilardin  Alexander  J.,  teamster  Weston  &  Welch,  dwl  N  s  East 

Seventeenth  bet  Twelfth  and  Thirteenth  avs,  E.  O. 
Gilardin  Bros.    (Constantine  and  Victor},  wood,  coal,  and  feed,  S  s 

East  Twelfth  bet  Twelfth  and  Thirteenth  avs. 
Gilardin  Constantine  (Gilardin  Bros.),  dwl  S  s  East  Twelfth   bet 

Twelfth  and  Thirteenth  avs,  E.  O. 
Gilardin  Joseph,  dwl  613  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Gilardin  Victor  (Gilardin  Bros.),  dwl  S  s  East  Fourteenth  bet  Tenth 

and  Eleventh  avs,  E.  O. 
Gilbert  Adrian  A.,  delivery  clerk  C.  P.  P.  P.,  dwl  564  Sixth. 
Gilbert  Albert,  painter,  dwl  S  s  Eighth  bet  Campbell  and  Willow, 

w.  o. 

Gilbert  C.  W.,  furniture  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  bet  Wood 

and  Willow,  W.  O. 
Gilbert  D.,  ship  calker,  dwl  Twenty -fourth  nr  Linden. 
Gilbert  Frank,  carpenter,  dwl  Cypress  nr  Sixteenth,  W.  O. 
Gilbert  Gustav,  butcher,  dwl  N  s  Fifteenth  nr  Market. 
Gilbert  H,  wheelwright,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  bet  Twenty  Fourth  and 

Twenty-sixth. 
Gilbert  Ida  Miss,  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  bet  Wood  and  Willow,  W.  O. 
Gilbert  J.  S.,  carpenter,  dwl  Eighteenth  nr  Market. 
Gilbert  R.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Sixteenth  bet  Cypress  and  Kirkham, 

w.  o. 

Gilburn  John,  clerk  O'Connell  &  Co.,  dwl  1002  Broadway. 
Gilcrest  John,  surveyor,  dwl  NW  cor  Second  and  Harrison. 
GILCREST  SAMUEL  F,  attorney  at  law,  ofiice  924  Broadway, 

and  city  attorney,  office  9  City  Hall,  dwl  NW  cor  Harrison  and 

Second. 
Gilcrest  William  M.,  notary  public,  office   SE   cor  Broadway  and 

Ninth,  dwl  NW  cor  Harrison  and  Second. 
Gilday  Stephen,  clerk,  dwl  E  s  Myrtle  bet  Twelfth  and  Fourteenth. 
Giles  Frank,  mill  hand,  dwl  Eland  House. 
Giles  Frederick,  engineer,  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  bet  Willow  and 

Campbell,  W.  O. 
Giles  Thomas,  laborer  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co. 


The  best  ice  cream  freezers  for  sale  at  GORDON'S,  469  Ninth  Street. 


0.  F.  S.— Oil-cake  meal  and  ground  barl'y,  416  Ninth  nr  Bdwy— 0.  F.  S. 


OAKLAND       [G]       DIRECTORY. 


187 


Gill  David,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Myrtle  nr  Thirteenth. 

Gill  Edward,  nurseryman  and  florist,   dwl  S  s  Twenty-eighth  bet 

Adeline  and  Market. 
Gill  Francis,  teamster,  dwl  E  s  Lusk  nr  Evoy  Av. 
GILL  FREDERICK  W.,  cashier  Oakland  Bank  of  Savings,  office 

915  Broadway,  dwl  Knox  House,  Telegraph  Av. 
Gill  John,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Atlantic  bet  Willow  and 

Wood,  W.  O. 
Gill  James,  machinist  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  dwl  258  Fifth. 
Gilleney  Annie   Miss,  domestic  Col.  S.  Woods,  NE  cor  Eighth  and 

Jefferson. 
Gillespie  F.,  salesman  I.  Marcus,  dwl  869  Broadway. 
Gillett  Edward  E.,  engraver,  dwl  S  s  West  Fourteenth  bet  Linden 

and  Filbert,  W.  0. 
Gillett  Isaac  N,  conductor  C.  P.  R.  R,,  dwl  W  s  Cedar  bet  Railroad 

Av.  and  William,  W.  O. 
Gilligan  Annie  Miss,  housekeeper  W.  Appleton,  N  s  West  Eighth  bet 

Myrtle  and  Market,  W.  O. 
Gilligan  James,  gardener,  dwl  167  Seventh. 
Gilligan  James,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine 

and  Cedar,  W.  O. 
Gilman  John  R.,  carpenter,  dwl  West  bet  Ninth  and  Tenth. 
Gilman  N.  A.,  telegraph  operator,  dwl  West  bet  Ninth  and  Tenth. 
Gilman  Nicholas,  farmer,  dwl  West  bet  Ninth  and  Tenth. 
Gilmore  John,  clerk,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-second  bet  Market  and  Curtis. 
Gilmore  John,  express  wagon,  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Eighth,  dwl  cor 

First  and  Broadway. 
Gilmore  John  H.,  florist,  dwl  117  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 
Gilmore  John  S.,  salesman  Jacob  Greenhood,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-second 

bet  Market  and  West. 
Gilmore  Michael,  laborer,  dwl  614  Fifth. 

Gilmore  Thomas  P.,  metallurgist,  dwl  117  East  Fourteenth,  E.  0. 
Gilson  C,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 
Gilstrap  William,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  West 

Fifth  and  Railroad  Av.,  W.  O. 
Gincosta  Antonio,  mariner,  dwl  NE  cor  Thirteenth  Av.  and  East 

Fourteenth,  E.  O. 
Gincosta  Joseph,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  NE  cor  Thirteenth  Av. 

and  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 
Girolamy  Albert,  vegetable  dealer,  dwl  163  Second. 
Girot  Delia  (widow),  dwl  W  s  Center  bet  West  Fifth  and  Railroad 

Av.,  W.  O. 
Girot  Dominick,  upholsterer,  dwl  W  s  Center  bet  West  Fifth  and 

Railroad  Av.,  W.  0. 
Girvin  Richard  D.,  clerk,  dwl  769  Oak. 

Giss  Joseph,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Givens  Ellen  Miss,  school  teacher,  dwl  SE  cor  Grove  and  Sixteenth. 
Givens  Jabez  D.,  foreman  molder  Manhattan  Marble  Co.,  dwl  SE 

cor  Grove  and  Sixteenth. 
Gladden  George,  bricklayer,  dwl  Sixteenth  nr  Kirkham,  W.  O. 


OICUH  going  to  purchase  Stationery— try  STRICKLAND  &  CO. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  houses  and  lots  in  all  parts  of  the  city. 


188  OAKLAND       [Q]       DIRECTORY. 

Gladding  Allen  J.  (Gladding,  Surryhne  &  Co.),  dwl  S  s  Twenty- 
first  bet  San  Pablo  and  Telegraph  avs. 

Gladding  Theodore  O.,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-first  bet  San  Pablo  and  Tele- 
graph avs. 

Gladding  William  Frank,  salesman  Burns,  "Whitman  &  Gardiner, 
dwl  S  s  Twenty-first  bet  San  Pablo  and  Telegraph  avs. 

GLADDING,  SURRYHNE  &  CO.  (A.  J.  Gladding  and  W.  Sur- 
ryline),  real  estate  agents,  office  956  Broadway. 

Gladwin  F.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Wood  and  Willow, 
W.  0. 

Glance  William,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Cedar,  W.  O. 

Glascock  John  R.  (W.  H.  and  J.  R.  Glascock),  dwl  815  Webster. 

Glascock  W.  H.  &  J.  R.,  attorneys  at  law,  office  921  Broadway. 

Glascock  William  H.  (W.  II.  <L  J.  R.  Glascock),  dwl  SW  cor  Fifth 
and  Harrison. 

Glass  Hamilton,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

Glass  William  C,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  Seventh 
and  Eighth  avs,  E.  O. 

Gleason  George,  painter,  dwl  366  Tenth. 

Gleason  John,  laborer,  dwl  416  Seventh. 

Gleason  M.  J.,  ship  calker,  dwl  cor  Twenty-fourth  and  Linden. 

Gleason  William,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R,  W.  O. 

Gleger  A.,  surveyor,  dwl  N  s  Chase  bet  Willow  and  Campbell,  W.  O. 

Glen  John,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  West  Eighth  bet  Union  and  Pop- 
lar, W.  O. 

Glenan  John,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham, 
W.  O. 

Glenn  Henry,  dwl  N  s  Lydia  bet  Market  and  Curtis. 

Glenn  James  T.,  dwl  702  Tenth. 

Glenn  P.  E.,  confectioner,  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham, 
W.  O. 

Gleeson  William  Rev.,  pastor  St.  Anthony's  R.  C.  Church,  dwl  NW 
cor  East  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Glore  John,  dwl  959  Webster. 

Glover  George  F.  M.,  stock  broker  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Ninth  bet  Cen- 
ter and  Chester,  W.  O. 

Glover  James,  painter,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

Glover  James  F.,  shoemaker,  305  East  Twelfth,  E.  0.,  dwl  NE  cor 
East  Sixteenth  and  Fourth  Av. 

Glover  Josephine  (widow),  dwl  S  s  East  Fourteenth  bet  Nineteenth 
and  Twentienth  avs,  E.  O. 

Glover  Robert,  plasterer,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-second  bet  Telegraph  and 
San  Pablo  avs. 

Glover  William  J.,  gardener  John  B.  Watson,  Fourth  Av.  nr  East 
Seventeenth,  E.  O. 

Goad  Frederick,  machinist,  dwl  E  s  Center  bet  Ninth  and  Tenth, 
W.  O. 

Gobeil  Louis,  engineer  Oakland  Gas  Light  Co.,  dwl  N  s  Third  bet 
Washington  and  Clay. 

Goddard  C,  special  agent  U.  S.  Treasury,  dwl  Russell  House. 


Try  GORDON'S  ice  cream,  it  is  the  best  and  cheapest.   469  Ninth  St. 


0.  F.  S— Oakland  Peed  Store,  416  Ninth  St.  near  Broadway— 0.  F.  S. 


OAKLAND       [G]       DIRECTORY.  189 

Goddard  C.  B.,  dentist  (S.  F.),  dwl  Eussell  House. 

Goddart  Andre,  chemist,  office  613  Broadway,  dwl  Broadway  three 
'miles  from  City  Hall. 

Godfrey  George,  real  estate,  dwl  1172  Thirteenth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Goff  A.  J.,  salesman  E.  H.  Hyde,  dwl  cor  Twelfth  and  Clay. 

Goff  John,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Tenth  het  Castro  and  Grove. 

Goff  L.  M.,  engineer  C.  P.  E.  E.,  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  bet  Wood 
and  Willow,  W.  O. 

GOLDEN  GATE  ACADEMY,  Joseph  N.  Haskins  and  Aldebert  E. 
Kellogg  principals,  Academy  Hill,  Plymouth  Av.  bet  Broadway 
and  Telegraph  Av. 

Goldiner  Charles,  tailor,  832  Broadway. 

Goldsticker  Michael,  Union  Market  S  s  East  Fourteenth  bet  Nine- 
teenth and  Twentieth  avs,  E.  O. 

Goley  Timothy,  deck  hand  C.  P.  E.  E.  stm  Thoroughfare. 

Golly  Auguste,  watchmaker  August  H.  Buehren,  res  San  Francisco. 

Gomez  Antonio,  steward  Swing  Crew  C.  P.  Pt.  E.,  Oakland  Feiry 
Wharf. 

Gontie  Elizabeth  (widow),  dwl  800  Franklin. 

Gonzales  Frank,  bootblack,  844  Broadway,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-seventh 
bet  Grove  and  West. 

Gonzales  Julian,  laborer,  dwl  E  s  Webster  junction  Broadway. 

Good  A.  J.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Eailroad  Av.  bet  Union  and  Kirk- 
ham,  W.  0. 

Good  Hannah  Mrs.,  domestic,  503  Eleventh. 

Good  John  M.,  dwl  S  s  Eighth  bet  Adeline  and  Union,  W.  O. 

Good  Bobert,    carpenter,    dwl    E   s   Wood  bet   Chase  and  Taylor, 

w.  o. 

Goodenough  Horse-shoeing  Society,  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Franklin  and 

Webster. 
Goodfellow   Milton   J.,  miner,  dwl  W  s  Webster  bet  Sixteenth  and 

Seventeenth. 
Goodman  Frank,  moulder,  dwl  S  s  Fourteenth  bet  Market  and  West. 
Goodman  George  (Duhrkoop  &  G.),  dwl  423  Tenth. 
Goodrich  J.  V.  B.,  clerk  County  of  Alameda,   office   County   Court 

House,  dwl  cor  Ninth  and  Clay. 
Goodrich  W.,  brakeman  C.  P.  E.  P.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Goodwin  Harris,   carpenter,   dwl   S  s   Eighteenth  bet  Market  and 

West.  • 
Goodwin  Thomas  A.,  mining,  dwl  W  s  Wood  bet  Seward  and  Taylor, 

W.  O. 
Goodwin  W.  L.,  contractor,  dwl  cor  Campbell   and  Twelfth,  W.  O. 
Gordon  Alexander,  machinist,  dwl  W  s  Fourteenth  nr  Kirkham. 
Gordon  Bernard,  clerk  G.  E.  Smith,  dwl  513  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Gordon  E.  H,  brakeman  local  train  C.  P.  E.  E.,  res  Alameda. 
Gordon  James,  miller,  dwl  W  s  Myrtle  bet  West  Seventh  and  West 

Eighth,  W.  O. 
Gordon  J.  H.  Mrs.,  private  boarding,  713  Tenth. 
Gordon  J.  Henry,  dairy,  dwl  W  s  Magnolia  bet  Twenty-eighth  and 

Thirtieth. 


All  goods  are  sold  at  Eastern  prices  at  STRICKLAND  &  CO.'S  store. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  958  Bdwy,  houses  rented— rents  collected. 


190  OAKLAND       [Q]       DIRECTORY. 

GORDON  JOSEPH  S.  G.,  proprietor  Oakland  Ice  Depot,  agent 
Napa  Soda  Springs,  and  ice  cream  manufacturer,  469  Ninth 
bet  Broadway  and  Washington,  dwl  471  Ninth. 

Gordon  J.  W.,  telegraph  operator  Western  Union  Telegraph  Co., 
dwl  316  Tenth. 

Gordon  R.,  clerk  A.  G.  Laurie,  res  San  Francisco. 

Gordon  Thomas,  well  borer  C.  P.  P.  P.,  dwl  cor  Cedar  and  Short, 
W.  O. 

Goreham  William,  laborer  C.  P.  R,  P.,  W.  0. 

Gorman  John,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Webster  nr  Moss  Av. 

Gorrill  William  H.  (widow),  dwl  N  s  Seventeenth  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Gorton  Chalres  H.,  finishing  foreman  Manhattan  Marble  Co.,  dwl 
W  s  Franklin  bet  Seventeenth  and  Eighteenth. 

Goshen  Charles  N.,  painter,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  A  v.  bet  Bay  and  Cedar, 

w.  o. 

Goss  John,  law  clerk  Curry  &  Evans  (S.  F.),  dwl  420  Twelfth. 
Goss  Peter,  ship   carpenter,  dwl   SW  cor  Railroad  Av.    and   Pine, 

W.  O. 
Gotchett  John,  carpenter,  dwl  SE  cor  West   Sixteenth  and   Center, 

w.  o. 

Gotleib  Henry,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  A  v.  bet  Cedar  and  Pine, 

w.  o. 

Gotthal  Gotlieb,  mason,  dwl  N  s  West   Eighth  bet   Kirkham  and 

Center,  W.  0. 
Gough  Henry  A.,  clerk,  dwl  1063  Clay. 

Gough  H.  J. ,  expressman  dwl  Union  bet  Twenty-second  and  Twenty- 
fourth,  W.  O. 
Gould    Henry    (Babcock  <£•   G.J,   dwl  Lincoln   bet    Campbell   and 

Willow,  W.  O. 
Gould  William  B.,  laborer  Babcock  &  Gould,  dwl  NE  cor  Franklin 

and  Third. 
Gourdin  James  G.,  machinist,  dwl  710  Filbert. 
Gowell  Orrin,  mining,  dwl  S  s  Adams  Av.  bet  town  line  and  Fruit 

Vale. 
Gowen  John  V.,  carpenter,  dwl  561  Sixth. 

Go  wen  Samuel,  pipemaker  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  dwl  561  Sixth. 
Grabe  John,  cook  Union  Hotel,  E.  O. 
Grabs  August  ( Xowottny  <£•  G.J,  dwl  E  s  Wood  bet  Railroad  Av. 

and  William,  W.  O. 
Gracey  Eugene  W.,  painter  and  grainer,  dwl   377   East   Eleventh, 

E.  O. 
Gracey  Hatteras  S.,  card  printer,  dwl  377  East  Eleventh,  E.  O. 
Gracey  Samuel,  dwl  377  East  Eleventh,  E.  O. 
Gradv  Edward,  laborer,  dwl  W  s  Myrtle  bet  West  First  and  West 

Third,  W.  O. 
Grady  Michael,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 
Grady  Robert  E.,  clerk  M.  Brink,  dwl  NW  cor  Frederick  and  San 

Pablo  Av. 
Grafferman  Louise  Miss,  teacher,  dwl  S  s  William  bet   Cedar  and 

Pine,  W.  O. 


Drink  Napa  Soda  and  enjoy  life  and  health.    Agency,  469  Ninth  St. 


0. P. S—  Oatmeal  and  corn  meal,  116  Ninth  St.  nr  Broadway— 0. P. S. 


OAKLAND       [Q]       DIRECTORY.  191 

Grafferman  Margai'et  (widow),  dwl  S  s  William  bet  Cedar  and  Pine, 

w.  o. 

Grafferman  Peter  H.,  plumber   (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  William  bet   Cedar 

and  Pine,  W.  O. 
Graham  George  W.,  laborer,  dwl  Thirty-fourth  nr  Adeline. 
Graham  James  W.,  express  wagon,  dwl  360  First. 
Graham  John,  reservoir  foreman  Conta  Costa  Water   Co.,  dwl  838 

Broadway. 
Graham  Lizzie  M.,  seamstress,  dwl  N  s  Third  nr  Clay. 
Graham  L.  S.,  clerk,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  bet  West   Eighth  and  West 

Tenth,  W.  0. 
Graham  Patrick,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  P.,  W.  O. 
Graham   S.,  carpenter   C.   P.   P.   P.,  dwl   S  s  Short  bet   Pine  and 

Cedar,  W.  O. 
Graham    S.,  gardener,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-second  bet  Curtis  and  West. 
Graham  W.,  carpenter  Burnham,  Standeford  &,  Co. 
Graham  William  John,  clerk  Mack  Webber,  dwl  569  Eighth. 
Graham  Williamson,  attorney  at  law,  office  921  Broadway,  dwl  NE 

cor  Eleventh  and  Harrison. 
Granahan  James,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  P.,  dwl  415  Seventh. 
GRAND    CENTRAL     HOTEL,    C.    W.    Carter    proprietor,    S  s 

Twelfth  bet  Webster  and  Harrison. 
Grand  Central  Park,  Thomas  W.  Badger  proprietor,  S  s  East  Tenth 

bet  Seventh  and  Ninth  avs,  E.  O. 
Grand   Western   Restaurant,  R.  A.    Litle  proprietor,  N  s  Railroad 

Av.  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 
Graney  John,  driver  Chappellet  &,  Miner,  dwl  cor  Curtis  and  Lydia. 
Granger  William,  laborer,  dwl  W  s  Union  nr  Twenty-eighth. 
Grannes  R.  W.,  carpenter,  dwl  1003  Franklin. 
Grant  C.  Mitchell,  capitalist,  dwl  junction  Twelfth  and  Lake   Mer- 

ritt. 
Grant  Geo.rge  E.,  merchant,  dwl  W  s  Fourth  Av.  bet  East  Sixteenth 

and  Seventeenth,  E.  O. 
Grant  George   M.,   merchant  (S.   F.),   dwl   E  s  Harrison  cor   Six- 
teenth. 
Grant  James,   painter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Bay 

and  Cedar,  W.  O. 
Grant  R.  P.  (widow),  dwl  1165  Jackson. 
Grauer  Henry,  wagonmaker,  dwl  Union  Hotel,  E.  O. 
Graves  Frederick,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  E  s  Cedar  bet  Goss 

and  Short,  W.  O. 
Graves  George,  carpenter,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 
Graves  H.  B.,  carpenter  Burnham,  Standeford  &,  Co. 
Graves  Henry  P.,  sash  and  blindmaker,  200  Fifth. 
Graves  John,  shipwright  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Graves  M.,  painter,  dwl  S  s  Fifteenth  bet  Market  and  West. 
Graves  Samuel,  mason,  dwl  Chestnut  bet  Twenty-eighth  and  Thir- 
tieth. 
Graves  W.  H.  H.,  bookkeeper  Union  National  Bank,  dwl  356  Tenth. 
Gray  Adam,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 


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192  OAKLAND       [Q]       DIRECTORY. 

Gray  Asaph,  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  bet  Market  and  West. 

Gray  Cormick,  laborer,  dwl  572  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 

Gray  D.,  miner,  dwl  Chestnut  bet  Twenty-first   and  Twenty-second. 

Gray  D.  P.,  foreman  and  bookkeeper  Joseph  C.  Trescott,  dwl  1009 

Franklin. 
Gray  George,   foreman  H.  F.  "Williams  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Tenth  Av. 

bet  East  Sixteenth  and  East  Seventeenth,  E.  O. 
Gray  George  D.,  bookkeeper,  dwl  760  Tenth. 
Gray   Giles  H.,  attorney  at  law  (Gray  &  Haven,  S.  F.),   and  TJ.  S. 

Surveyor  Port  of  San  Francisco,  dwl  754  Tenth. 
Gray    Hugh    M.    (Clark  &  G.),  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet   Center  and 

Kirkham,  W.  0. 
Gray  James  T.,  merchant,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  bet  West  Fourteenth 

and  West  Fifteenth,  W.  O. 
Gray  Richard,  freight  clerk  C.  P.   R.   E.,   oflice   (S.   F.),   dwl  W  s 

Tenth  Av.  bet  East  Seventeenth  and  East  Eighteenth,  E.  O. 
Gray  Robert,  stevedore,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  West. 
Gray  Simon,  tailor,  Railroad  Av.  bet  Market  and  Myrtle. 
Gray  W.  H.,  laborer,  dwl  1163  Franklin. 
Gray  William  O.,  clerk  C.  P.  R.  R,  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  bet  Wood 

*  and  Willow,  W.  0. 
Gray  William  W.,  rancher,  dwl  W  s  Franklin  bet   Fifteenth  and 

Sixteenth. 
Grayson  George  W.,  stockbroker  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Jackson  nr  Lake 

Merritt. 
Grear  Anna  (widow),  dwl  E  s  Pine  bet  Seward  and  Lincoln,  W.  O. 
Grear  Elizabeth  Miss,  dressmaker,  dwl  E  s  Pine  bet  Seward  and 

Lincoln,  W.  O. 
Green  A.  P.,  restaurant,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  bet  West  Tenth  and  West 

Twelfth,  W.  O. 
Green  D.  E.,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  West  Ninth  and  West 

Twelfth,  W.  O. 
Green  D.  J.,  horse  trainer,  dwl  nr  Oakland  Trotting  Park. 
Green  Edward,  plasterer,  dwl  W  s  Webster  nr  Moss  Av. 
Green  Henry  G.,  carpenter,  dwl  Twenty-sixth  bet  Union  and  Ade- 
line. 
Green  Isaac,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 
Green  Jay,  carpenter  Blethen  k  Terry,  dwl  Overland  House. 
Green  Jefferson,  pile  driver  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Green  John,  clerk  E.  Hook,  dwl  913  Grove. 
Green  Joseph,  boots  and  shoes,  904  Broadway,  dwl  cor  Eleventh  and 

Franklin. 
Green  Joseph,  silk  ribbon  manufacturer,  NE  cor  Market  and  Twenty- 
second. 
Green  S.  E.,  clerk,  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  bet  Market  and  West. 
Green  Sherwood  L.,  conductor  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Goss  bet  Pine 

and  Wood,  W.  O. 
Green  Thomas,  physician  and  surgeon  (S.  F.),  dwl  573  Seventh. 
Green  W.  E.,  attorney  at  law,  dwl  Mansion  House. 
Green  W.  F.,  clerk  (S.  F),  dwl  cor  West  Eighth  and  Wood,  W.  O. 


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OAKLAND       [G]       DIRECTORY.  193 

Green  William,  laborer  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  dwl  Temescal. 

Green  William,  dwl  662  Franklin. 

Greenbaum  Louis  ( Hirshberg  &  G.),  dwl  559  Sixth. 

Greene  R.  Tay,  carpenter,  dwl  Overland  House. 

GREENHOOD  JACOB,  fancy  and  staple  dry  goods,  1053  Broad- 
way, dwl  S  s  Frederick  nr  Telegraph  Av. 

Greenhood  Max,  salesman  Jacob  Greenhood,  dwl  S  s  Frederick  nr 
Telegraph  Av. 

Greenhood  Solomon,  dwl  875  Broadway. 

Greening  Mary  Miss,  telegraph  operator,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and 
Wood,  W.  O. 

Greenman  Harman,  mining,  dwl  311  Fourth. 

Greenn  Edmund,  mining,  dwl  W  s  Jackson  bet  Twelfth  and  Lake 
Merritt. 

Greenway  Alfred,  cook  A.  Campbell,  dwl  420  Eleventh. 

Greeser  H.,  shoemaker,  dwl  403  Ninth. 

Gressler  Charles  A.,  barber,  707  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Gregoire  Frank,  cook  A.  &  J.  Marques,  dwl  850  Broadway. 

Gregory  Frank,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  West  Fifteenth  bet  Kirkham 
and  Cypress,  W.  O. 

Gregory  Henry  P.,  importer  machinery  (S.  F.),  dwl  Caledonia  Av. 
nr  Telegraph  Av. 

Gregory  James  W.,  stair  builder  George  M.  Blair,  dwl  NE  cor  Fifth 
and  Brush. 

Gregory  Lewis,  mining  stocks  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Fil- 
bert and  Linden,  W.  O. 

Gressli  Henry,  carver,  dwl  563  Seventh. 

Grieser  John,  bootmaker,  412  Seventh. 

Grierson  James,  draughtsman,  dwl  1050  West  Third. 

Grieves  Matthew,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Cedar  bet  Goss  and 
Short,  W.  O. 

Gribbons  Timothy,  laborer,  dwl  SW  cor  Twenty-second  and  Curtis. 

Griffin  Charles,  porter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Seventh  bet  Clay  and  Wash- 
ington. 

Griffin  George  J.,  dwl  Grand  Central  Hotel. 

Griffin  G.  A.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

Griffin  James,  carpenter,  dwl  NW  cor  Twelfth  and  West. 

Griffin  John  H.,  bricklayer,  dwl  W  s  Sixth  Av.  bet  East  Sixteenth 
and  East  Seventeenth,  E.  O. 

Griffin  John  S.  (Bromley  &  G.),  dwl  SW  cor  Twelfth  and  Broad- 
way. 

Griffith  Archibald,  farmer,  dwl  Thirtieth  nr  Magnolia. 

Griffith  Samuel,  butcher,  dwl  Mansion  House,  E.  O. 

Griggs  Edward,  plasterer,  dwl  462  Fifth. 

Griggs  N.  Miss,  dressmaker,  dwl  462  Fifth. 

Grigsby  D.,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  bet  Wood 
and  Willow,  W.  O. 

Grimes  George,  joiner  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 

Grimes  Ja<tf)b,  teamster  James  Larue,  dwl  Union  Hotel,  E.  O. 


Jacob,  1 
Joseph, 


Grimes  J oseph,  teamster  James  Larue,  dwl  Union  Hotel,  E.  O. 


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194  OAKLAND       [G]       DIRECTORY. 

Grimme  Charles  T.,  clerk  McCrum  &  Cushing,  dwl  Webster  bet 

Sixth  and  Seventh. 
Grim  wood  Adolphus  D.,  attorney  at  law  (S.  F.),  dwl  K  s  Adams 

Av.  bet  town  line  and  Fruit  Vale. 
Grinder  Frederick,  laborer,  dwl  Chestnut  nr  Twenty-eighth. 
Grindersen  Hans,  ship  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Lewis  bet  West  Third 

and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 
Griniger  Louis,  tanner,  dwl  782  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Grinnell  William  E.,  salesman  McCrum  &  Cushing,  dwl  NE  cor 

Twenty-sixth  and  West. 
Griswold  George  G.,  carpenter,  dwl  613  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Griswold  Thomas,  farmer,  dwl  E  s  Linden  nr  Twenty-eighth. 
Grogan  Bernard,  laborer,  dwl  464  Third. 

Grogan  Edward,  grocer,  dwl  SW  cor  Twenty-seventh  and  Grove. 
Grogan  James,  driver,  dwl  NW  cor  Second  and  Madison. 
Grogan  William,  dwl  810  Market  bet  Fifth  and  Sixth. 
Grondona  Domingo,  vegetable  gardener,  dwl  N  s  Wood  bet  West 

Twelfth  and  West  Fourteenth,  W.  O. 
Grondona  Joseph,  dwl  N  s  Wood  bet  Lincoln  and  West  Twelfth, 

w.  o. 

Gross  Abram,  stableman,  dwl  Chase  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 
Gross  J.  F.,  market,  S  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Wood  and  Pine,  dwl  SE 

cor  Chase  and  Wood,  W.  O. 
Gross  William,  proprietor  Oakland  Marble  Works,  Broadway  and 

Fourteenth,  dwl  cor  Cypress  and  Fifteenth,  W.  0. 
Grosso  W.  C.  (Grosso  &  May),  dwl  Bartlett  House. 
GROSSO  &  MAY  (W.  C.  Grosso  and  E.  A.  May),  importers  hard- 
ware, crockery,  agricultural  implements,  etc.,   1008  Broadway, 

and  S  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Cedar  and  Wood,  W.  O. 
Groth  John,  packer  Jacob  Sanims,  dwl  362  Fourth. 
Grotheer  Frederick,  lumberman,  dwl  Seventeenth  bet  Cypress  and 

Center. 
Grover  Ira  E.,  farmer,  dwl  cor  Market  and  Twenty-fourth. 
Grover  S.  B.  (widow),  midwife,  dwl  603  Franklin. 
GROVER  &  BAKER  SEWING  MACHINES,  P.  E.  Davis  agent, 

office  1012  Broadway. 
Groves  M.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Gruber  J.,  bookkeeper  Jacob  Samm,  dwl  609  Clay. 
Gruber  James,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Gruen  John  (Hand  &  G.),  dwl  913  Grove. 
Gruenenger  Louis,  tanner,  dwl  S  s  East  Fourteenth  bet  Nineteenth 

and  Twentieth  avs,  E.  O. 
Gudgeon  Richard,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Filbert  bet  Twenty-eighth  and 

Thirtieth. 
Guerren  Oscar,  gasfitter  Frederick  Schimmelpfennig  Jr.,  dwl  703 

East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Guibord  Celina  Miss,  dwl  S  s  Eighth  bet  Castro  and  Grove. 
Guinn  Francis,  laborer,  dwl   W  s  West  Twelfth   bet  Center  and 

Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Guinn  John,  bootmaker,  dwl  Mansion  House,  E.  O.    ' 


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OAKLAND  DIRECTORY.  195 

Gunderson  Hans,  ship  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  0. 

Gunn  John  C. ,  master  mariner,  dwl  N  W  cor  Twenty-fourth  and  San 

Pablo  Av. 
Gunnison  H.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  P.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 
Gunter  C.  H.,  mariner,  dwl  Peralta  nr  Thirty-sixth. 
Guppy  Alonzo  R.,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Seventh  bet  Castro 

and  Grove. 
Guptil   Edwin  A.,  butcher,  E  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr  Twenty-fourth, 

dwl  N  s  Twenty-fourth  nr  Telegraph  Av. 
Gurin  Thomas,  engineer,  dwl  1057  Washington. 
Gurnett  Albert  G.,  stock  broker  (S.  F.),  dwl  SE  cor  Fourth  Av.  and 

East  Sixteenth,  E.  O. 
Gurnett  William  J.,  real  estate,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-first  bet  Broadway 

and  Telegraph  Av. 
Gustas  A.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Guthe  0.,  tanner  Crist  &,  Rued,  dwl  NE  cor  Twenty-first  Av.  and 

East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Guthick  Frank,  hackman  Newland  &  Pumyea,  dwl  462  Seventh. 
Guthrie  Nathaniel,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Chase  bet  Willow  and  Canp- 

bell,  W.  O. 
Guthrie  Samuel,  machinist  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  William  bet  Wood 

and  Pine,  W.  O. 
Guy  Edward,  carpenter  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co. 
Guy  William,  marble  cutter  (S.  F.),  dwl  812  West  Third,  W.  O. 
Guyot  Antoine,  peanut  stand,  cor  Broadway  and  Seventh,  dwl  Sec- 
ond bet  Broadway  and  Franklin. 
Gwinn  L.,  plasterer,  dwl  E  s  Center  bet  Ninth  and  Tenth,  W.  O. 


H. 

Haas  Cristopher,  laborer,  dwl  661  Franklin. 

Haas  William,  painter,  dwl  866  Broadway. 

Haase  W.  P.,  painter,  dwl  838  Broadway. 

Hackett  David,  laborer,  dwl  517  Fourth. 

Hackett  Edward,  captain  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Thoroughfare,  dwl 
Grand  Central  Hotel. 

Hackett  John,  captain  c.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Thoroughfare,  dwl  E  s 
Clay  bet  Seventh  and  Eighth. 

Hackett  Patrick,  mason,  dwl  W  s  Filbert  nr  Twenty-sixth. 

Hackett  Walter,  mate  C.  P.  11.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Thoroughfare,  dwl  513 
Ninth. 

Haelke  H.  L.,  landscape  gardener,  dwl  SE  cor  Brush  and  Second,  W.  O. 

Hagan  Peter,  baker  Thdlmson  Bros.,  dwl  416  Seventh. 

Hagan  W.  H,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Market  nr  Twenty-second. 

Haggerty  John,  meter  setter  Oakland  Gas  Light  Co.,  dwl  E  s  Frank- 
lin bet  First  and  Water. 

Haggerty  James,  lather,  dwl  E  s  New  Broadway  bet  Fifteenth  and 
Sixteenth. 

Hahn  William,  butcher,  dwl  322  Second. 


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196  OAKLAND  DIRECTORY. 

Haight  H.  H.,  president  Oakland  Gas  Light  Co.,  office  NE  cor  First 

and  Washington,  res  Alameda. 
Haile  Fannie  Miss,  milliner  Mrs.  M.  A.  Tatterson,  res  Alameda. 
Haines  A.  M.,  carpenter,  dwl  Adeline  nr  Twenty-sixth. 
Haines  Ellis  A,  capitalist,  dwl  277  Tenth. 
Hake  F.,  bootfitter,  dwl  S  s  West  Twelfth  bet  Campbell  and  Willow, 

w.  o. 

Haldane Mrs.,  dwl  NE  cor  Eleventh  and  Webster. 

Hale  Frederick,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  nr  Twentieth. 

Hale  Henry,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  East  Seventeenth  bet  Elev- 
enth and  Twelfth  avs,  E.  O. 

Hale  Lucy  A.  Miss,  teacher  music  Golden  Gate  Academy,  dwl  Plym- 
outh Av.  bet  Broadway  and  Telegraph  avs. 

Hale  Thomas,  mason,  dwl  S  s  Eighth  bet  Campbell  and  Peralta,  W.  0. 

Haley  James  F.,  dwl  215  Ninth. 

Haley  John,  quai*ryman  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co. 

Haley  Patrick,  trackman  C.  P.  R.  P.,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-first  bet  Curtis 
and  West. 

Haley  Peter,  trackman  C.  P.  P.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 

Haley  Robei't,  cai-penter  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co.,  res  Alameda. 

Halinan  Patrick,  trackman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange, 

w.  o. 

Halkie  Leopold,  gardener,  dwl  729  Second  cor  Brush. 

Hall  A.,  fireman  C.  P.  R,  R.,  dwl  Star  House,  W.  O. 

Hall  Charles  W.,  clerk  Bruning  Brothers,  dwl  833  Broadway. 

Hall  D.  K.,  painter  Charles  B.  Rutherford,  dwl  Cosmopolitan  Hotel. 

Hall  Edward  L.,  dwl  602  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 

Hall  Edward  M.  (Hall  &  Charles,  S.  F.),  dwl  1155  Jackson. 

Hall  Elizabeth  (widow),  dressmaker,  dwl  370  Second. 

Hall  Frank,  compositor,  dwl  N  s  Brown  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Hall  F.  S.,  compositor  Signs  of  the  Times,  dwl  161  Seventh. 

Hall  George  C,  teacher  Golden  Gate  Academy,  dwl  Plymouth  Av. 
bet  Broadway  and  Telegraph  Av. 

Hall  Hannah  H.  (widow),  dwl  N  s  Twenty-sixth  nr  Grove. 

Hall  Henry  C,  painter  Farwell  &  Garrigan,  dwl  371  Eighth. 

Hall  Jacob  A.,  foreman  lumberyard  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  W  s  Chester 
bet  West  Third  and  West  Fifth,  W.  (1 

Hall  James,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  NW  cor  Chestnut  and  Eighteenth. 

Hall  James  H.,  dwl  E  s  Grove  nr  Sycamore. 

Hall  Joel,  dwl  E  s  Grove  nr  Sycamore. 

Hall  John,  painter,  dwl  367  Eighth. 

Hall  Joseph  M.,  foreman  Alameda"  Macadamizing  Co. 

Hall  Lizzie  Miss,  teacher  music,  dwl  E  s  Linden  bet  West  Tenth 
and  West  Twelfth,  W.  O. 

Hall  Mary  Ward  Mrs.,  teacher  Golden  Gate  Academy,  dwl  Plym- 
outh Av.  bet  Broadway  and  Telegraph  avs. 

Hall  Michael,  waiter  R.  S.  Bailey  &  Co.,  Oakland  Wharf,  res  San 
Francisco. 

Hall  Richard,  yardman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and 
Wood,  W.  O. 


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Hall  Richard  B.,  attorney  at  law,  dwl  161  Seventh. 

Hall  R.  R,  yardman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

Hall  Thomas,  farmer,  dwl  Chestnut  bet  Twenty-first  and  Twenty- 
second. 

Hall  T.  P.,  painter,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 

Hall  W.  H,  printer,  dwl  461  Ninth. 

Hall  William,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Alden  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

HALL  WILLIAM  M.,  proprietor  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  S  s  Rail- 
road Av.  bet  Wood  and  Pine,  W.  O. 

Hallahan  Florence,  merchant  tailor,  N  s  East  Twelfth  bet  Twelfth 
and  Thirteenth  avs,  E.  O. 

Hallahan  James,  laborer  Taylor  &  Co.,  dwl  SjE  cor  Clay  and  Third. 

Hallahan  James,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Third  bet  Castro  and  Brush. 

Hallahan  John,  laborer,  dwl  529  Third. 

Hallahan  Michael,  painter,  dwl  371  Fourth. 

Hallahan  Thomas,  paper  carrier  H.  C.  Hollub,  dwl  cor  Third  and 
Grove. 

Hallet  Amos,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Cedar  bet  Goss  and  Short,  W.  O. 

Halley  Joseph,  compositor,  dwl  171  Eighth. 

Halley  William,  journalist  Evening  Tribune,  dwl  171  Eighth. 

Halley  William  Jr.,  compositor,  dwl  171  Eighth. 

Halliday  Benjamin,  carriagemaker,  dwl  1054  Franklin. 

Hallinan  Thomas,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 

Halloran  Margaret  (widow),  dwl  W  s  Curtis  nr  Twenty-first. 

Halloran  Martin,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine 
and  Cedar,  W.  0. 

Halloran  Maurice,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Halloran  Michael,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R,  W.  O. 

Halm  George  S.,  dwl  S  s  Eighth  bet  Adeline  and  Union. 

Halman  Richard,  gardener  John  Garber,  dwl  W  s  Linden  bet  West 
Tenth  and  West  Twelfth,  W.  O. 

Hainan  Thomas,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

Halpin  Denis,  coachman,  dwl  SW  cor  Fiftlsand  Harrison. 

Halpin  John,  laborer,  dwl  416  Seventh. 

Halsted  James  M.,  agent  Singer  Sewing  Machine,  1015  Broadway, 
dwl  713  Tenth. 

Halborsen  John,  shipcarpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Ham  J.  H.  (widow),  dwl  S  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  Eleventh  and 
Twelfth  avs,  E.  O. 

Hamb  William,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R,  dwl  E  s  Henry  bet  West  Fifth 
and  Railroad  Av.,  W.  O. 

Hamann  George,  laundryman  C.  I^artenscky,  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Cen- 
ter and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 

Hamel  Peter,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Washington  bet  Third  and  Fourth. 

Hamer  Clifton,  harnessmaker  C.  B.  Sheer,  dwl  838  Broadway. 

Hamilton  Ada  A.  Miss,  principal  Harrison  St.  Primary  School,  dwl 
760  Eleventh. 

Hamilton  Francis  B.,  laborer,  dwl  N"  s  Lydia  bet  Curtis  and  West. 

Hamilton  George,  shipwright  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Hamilton  James,  dwl  W  s  Linden  bet  Eighteenth  and  Twentieth. 


Buy  your  Pianos  and  Organs  at  STRICKLAND  &  CO.'S  Book  store. 


E.  W.  "WOODWARD  &  CO.,  958  Bdwy,  desirable  cheap  lots  for  sale. 


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Hamilton  L.  Rev.,  pastor  Independent  Presbyterian  Church,  dwl 
1165  Jackson. 

Hamilton  Mary  L.  (widow),  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Kirkham  and  Cen- 
ter, W.  O. 

Hamilton  Noble,  attorney  at  law  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Jackson  bet 
Twelfth  and  Lake  Merritt. 

Hamilton  Thomas,  agent,  dwl  Chestnut  bet  Twenty-fourth  and  Twen- 
ty-sixth. 

Hamilton  William  B.,  clerk,  dwl  W  s  Jackson  bet  Twelfth  and  Lake 
Merritt. 

Hamilton  William  H.,  carriagemaker  1064  Thirteenth  Av.,  dwl  SW 
cor  Sixteenth  Av.  and  East  Seventeenth,  E.  O. 

Hammer  Gilroy,  miner,  dwl  W  s  Poplar  bet  West  Tenth  and  West 
Twelfth,  W.  O. 

Hammers  Diedrich,  saddler,  623  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Hammond  E.,  salesman,  dwl  Fifteenth  nr  Kirkham,  W.  0. 

Hammond   Edward,   tinsmith,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Cedar, 

w.  o. 

Hammond  Henry,  dwl  818  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Hammond  James,  carpenter,  dwl  472  East  Eleventh,  E.  O. 
Hammond  William,   machinist   C.   P.   R.   R.,  dwl  S  s  West  Eighth 

bet  Wood  and  Willow,  W.  O. 
Hampel  Andrew,  blacksmith  Henry   Hampel,  dwl   1120   Sixteenth 

Av.,  E.  O. 
Hampel  Conrad  F.,  bakery,  759  East  Twelfth,  E.  0. 
Hampel  Henry,  blacksmith  Sohst  Bros.,  dwl  357  Eighth. 
Hampel  Henry,  liquor  saloon,  775   East  Twelfth,   and  blacksmith, 

801  East  Fourteenth,  dwl  1120  Sixteenth  Av.,  E.  O. 
Hampel  H.  F.,  blacksmith,  dwl  838  Broadway. 
Hampton  John,  proprietor  Oakland  Nursery,  cor  Telegraph  A  v.  and 

Twenty-second. 
Hanavan  Hugh,  varnisher,  dwl  W  s  West  nr  Twenty-second. 

Hanchett ,  piano  turler  Kohler,  Chase  &  Co.,  dwl  Mansion  House. 

Hand  Patrick,  hostler  Amos  White,  dwl  West  nr  Fourteenth. 
Hand  W.  B.,  clerk,  dwl  N  s  Fourteenth  bet  Webster  and  Franklin. 
Handcock  Franklin,  agent,  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth,  bet  Kirkham  and 

Center,  W.  O.  , 

Handy  Andrew  M.,  carpenter,  dwl  1023  West  Third,  W.  O. 
Handy  J.  B.,  junk  store,  424  Third. 

Handy  Richard,  carpenter,  dwl  1023  West  Third,  W.  O. 
Haney  Archibald,  foreman  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co.,  dwl  Union 

Hotel,  E.  O. 
Haney  Emma  Miss,  seamstress  James  M.    Halsted,   dwl  S  s  Sixth, 

bet  Clay  and  Jefferson. 
Haney  John,  painter,  dwl  Star  House. 
Haney  Timothy,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl   S  s  Seventh  bet  Brush 

and  Market. 
HANIFIN    JEREMIAH  J.,  liquor  saloon,   cigars   and   tobacco, 

NW  cor  Broadway  and  Seventh. 
Hanley  George,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 


Drink  Napa  Soda,  a  pure,  natural  mineral  water.  Agency,  469  Ninth. 


0.  F.  S—  Every  bale  of  hay  sold  by  weight,  416  Ninth  St.— 0.  F.  S. 


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HANLEY  WILLIAil,    saddler  and   harnessmaker,    1082    Four- 
teenth Av.,  dwl  709  East  Twelfth,  E.  O 

Hanlin  Johanna,   domestic  Jesse  S.  Wall,  SW  cor  Tenth  and  Clay. 

Hanlock  H.,  butcher,  dwl  Twenty-sixth  bet  Union  and  Adeline. 

Hanly  Patrick,  shoemaker,  dwl  761  Castro. 

Hannaford  Edward  T.,  miller,  dwl  N  s  West  Fifth  bet  Center  and 
Chester. 

Hannah  John,  deck  hand  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'sstm  tug  Rival,  W.  0. 

Hannan  James  (Cochran  <£•  II.),  dwl  1114  Tenth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Hannavan  Philip,  machine  hand  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co.,  dwl 
cor  Third  and  Washington. 

Hannesse  Adam  Victor,  gardener,  office  420  Ninth,  dwl  303  Second. 

Hannon  Thomas,   laborer  C.   P.  R.  R.,   dwl  Central   Pacific   Rail- 
road House,  W.  O. 

Hansen  Albert  F,  watchmaker  681   East  Twelfth,  dwl   677  East 
Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Hansen  Andrew,  cabinetmaker  Schreiber  &  Meyer,  dwl  cor  Eighth 
and  Broadway. 

Hansen  Asmus,  dwl  S  s  Ninth  bet  Chester  and  Peralta,  W.  O. 

Hansen  Charles,  laborer,  dwl  Union  Hotel,  E.  O. 

Hanson  B.  E.,  laborer,  dwl  Twenty-second  nr  Curtis. 

Hanson  Charles,  bookkeeper,  dwl  E  s  Telegraph  Av.   bet  Twenty- 
fourth  and  Twenty-fifth. 

Hanson  Christian,  laborer,  dwl  SW  cor  Castro  and  Sixth. 

Hanson  Christopher,  carpenter  C.   P.   R.   R.,   dwl  Central   Pacific 
Railroad  House,  W.  O. 

Hanson  Clarence  S.  (Hanson  &  Smith),  dwl  NE  cor  Delger  and  San 
Pablo  Av. 

Hanson  Dewitt,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Feriy  Wharf. 

Hanson  Hiram,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

Hanson  Howell,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

Hanson  Jefferson,  hostler,  dwl  W  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr  Sycamore. 

Hanson   Jens,  coachman,  dwl  E  s  Alice  bet  Fourteenth  and  Fif- 
teenth. 

Hanson  John  A.,  gardener,  dwl  junction  Twelfth  and  Lake  Merritt. 

Hanson  Marcus,  trackman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Center 
and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 

HANSON  &  SMITH  (Clarence  S.  Hanson  &  G.   F.   Smith),  car- 
penters and  builders,  1008  Franklin. 

Hanzo  August,  cook,  dwl  NW  cor  Cedar  and  Goss,  W.  O. 

Harcourt ,  dwl  969  Castro. 

Hard  Frank,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  ».,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

Hardemeyer  William,  flagman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Alice  St.  Crossing. 

Harden  Frank,  drug  clerk  Bartholomew  Morgan,-  dwl  718  Filbert. 

Harden  John  B.,  carpenter,  dwl  718  Filbert. 

Harder  O,  carpenter,  dwl  cor  Sixth  and  Webster. 

Harding  August,  dwl  416  Tenth. 

Harding  O,  laborer,  dwl  Sixteenth  bet  Cypress  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 

Harding  Gustave,  grocer,  dwl  416  Tenth. 

Hardmeyer  William,  switchman  C.  P.  R.  R.  Alice  St.,  res  Alameda. 


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Business  Suits,  Walking  Suits   and  Dress  Suits  made 

to    order     in    the    most    elegant    Styles,    and   at 

prices  to  defy  competition.    Perfect  satisfaction 

guaranteed. 


Fresh  milk  cream  and  butter  milk,  wholesale  and  retail  at  469  Ninth. 


0.  F.  S—  Oatmeal  and  corn  meal,  116  Ninth  St.  nr  Broadway— 0.  F.  S. 


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Hardwick  George,  rancher,  dwl  Twelfth  nr  Center,  W.  0. 

Hardy  Jacob  (McLean  &  H.,  S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Eleventh  bet  Castro 

and  Grove. 
Hardy  Lewis,  painter,  dwl  S  s  Twentieth  bet  Curtis  and  West. 
Hardy  Lowell  J.,  real  estate,  dwl  715  Market. 
Hardy  Daniel,  mining,  dwl  211  Twelfth. 

Hardy  Thomas,  mining,  dwl  N  s  Fifteenth  bet  Brush  and  West. 
HARDY  WILLIAM  B.,  books,  stationery,  newspapers,  etc.,  959 

Broadway,  dwl  SW  cor  Franklin  and  Durant. 
Harent  John,  carpenter,  dwl  957  Franklin. 
Harfet  Herman,  ship  carpenter  C.  P.  B.  B.,  W.  0. 
Harder  Mifflin  Be  v.,  dwl  S  s  Adams  Av.  bet  town  line  and  Fruit 

Vale. 
Harkins  Patrick,  laborer,  dwl  NW  cor  Linden  and  Twenty-second. 
Harley  Michael  F.,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Third  bet  Castro  and  Brush. 
Harlow  William  S.,  local  editor  Oakland  News,  dwl  954  Broadway. 
Harlow  William  S.  Mrs.,  furnished  rooms,  954  Broadway. 
Harman  John,  trackman  C.  P.  B.  B.,  W.  O. 
Harmon  A.  K.  P.,  president  mining  companies  (S.  F.),  dwl   SE  cor 

Twenty-second  and  Webster. 
Harmon  John  B.,  attorney  at  law  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Jackson  bet 

Twelfth  and  Lake  Merritt. 
Harmon  Bichard  E.,  bookkeeper,  dwl  307  Second. 
Harnedy  Peter,  deck  hand  G.  P.  B.  B.  Co.'s  stm  Louise. 
Harney   James   W.,  machinist  Ives,  Scoville   &   Co.,   dwl   Eureka 

Hotel. 
Harney  John,  dwl  Mansion  House,  E.  O. 
Harney  Batrick,*  laborer  Contra  Costa  Water  Co. 
Harrel  Alfred  (Harrel  &  Gruen),  dwl  Telegraph  Av.  nr  Elm. 
Harrell  Thomas,  sheepshearer,  dwl  Thirty-seventh  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 
Harrel  &  Gruen  (Alfred  Harrel  and  John  Gruen),  bakery  709  Broad- 
way. 
Harrigan  John,  trackman  C.  P.  B.  B.,  dwl  West  Oakland  House, 

W.  O. 
Harrington  Chai'les  F.,  painter,  dwl  360  Seventh. 
Harrington  Dennis,  laborer  C.  P.  B.  B.,dwl  Bailroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 
Harrington  P.,  dwl  cor  Twenty-eighth  and  Market. 
Harrington  Timothy,  laborer   Contra   Costa  Water  Co.,  dwl  W  s 

Market  bet  West  Third  and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 
Harrington  William  C,  physician,  dwl  403  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 
Harris  Brothers  (Jacob  and  Joseph),  clothiers  and  merchant  tailors, 

903  Broadway. 
Harris  C.  H,  carpenter,  dwl  521  Fourth. 

Harris  Edwin  (Poole  &  H,  S.  F.),  dwl  NW  cor  Oak  and  Sixth. 
Harris  Henry,  dwl  E  s  Webster  bet  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth. 
Harris  Isaiah,  porter  C.  P.  R.  B.,  dwl  S  s  West  Fifth  bet  Filbert 

and  Myrtle,  W.  O. 
Harris  J.  H,  salesman  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood, 

W.  O. 
Harris  Jacob  (Harris  Brothers),  dwl  Seventh  nr  Franklin. 


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WOODWARD  &  CO.,  958  Bdwy,  houses  rented  and  rents  collected. 


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Harris  John,  clerk,  dwl  E  s  Webster  bet  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth. 

Harris  H.,  assistant  secretary  State  University,  dwl  S  s  Twenty- 
second  bet  Telegraph  and  San  Pablo  avs. 

Harris  Joseph  (Harris  Brothers),  dwl  569  Seventh. 

Harris  Laird,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Short  bet  Pine  and   Cedar,  W.  O. 

Harris  Mumfred,  white  washer,  dwl  214  Fifth. 

Harris  Sabin,  farmer,  dwl  SE  cor  Twelfth  and  Harrison. 

Harris  Stephen  B.,  miner,  dwl  E  s  Eighth  Av.  bet  East  Sixteenth 
and  East  Seventeenth,  E.  O. 

Harris  William,  clerk,  dwl  E  s  Webster  bet  Fifteenth  and  Six- 
teenth.   ' 

Harrison  A.,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  P.,  res  Sacramento. 

Hari'ison  Benjamin  A.,  dwl  N  s  Caledonia  A  v.  bet  Grove  and  Tele- 
graph Av. 

Harrison  Dominick,  laborer  C.  P.  P.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange, 
W.  0. 

Harrison  Gustave  (  Kittredge  &  H.),  dwl  Telegraph  Av. 

Harrison  Gtistavus,  grocer,  dwl  962  Clay. 

Harrison  Henry  E.,  mariner,  dwl  S  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  Sixteenth 
and  Seventeenth  avs.,  E.  O. 

Harrison  Martin,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange, 
W.  O. 

Harrison  R.,  dwl  Union  nr  Twenty-eighth. 

Harrison  R.  H,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Union  and 
Adeline,  W.  O. 

Harrison  Robert  J.  (Richards  &  H.,  S.  F.),  dwl  612  Third. 

Harrison  T.  G,  clerk  Bowen  Brothers,  dwl  Clay  bet  Ninth  and 
Tenth. 

Harrison  William  G.,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Eighteenth  bet  Tele- 
graph and  San  Pablo  avs. 

Harrod  Joseph,  porter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  271  Sixth. 

Hart  Charles,  searcher  records  (S.  F.),  dwl  NW  cor  Pine  and  Sew- 
•    ard,  W.  O. 

Hart  Charles  L.,  conductor  freight  train  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Wil- 
liam bet  Pine  and  Cedar,  W.  O. 

Hart  George,  conductor  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Grand  Western  Hotel, 
W.  O. 

Hart  James,  laborer  Oakland  Gas  Light  Co.,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

Hart  John,  dairyman  Sterry  Walker,  Peidmont  Spring  Road  nr  town 
line,  E.  O. 

Hart  Michael,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Goss  bet  Cedar  and  Bay,  W.  O. 

Hart  Richard,  waiter,  dwl  SW  cor  Twelfth  Av.  and  East  Seven- 
teenth, E.  O. 

Hart  Timothy,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

Harte  P.,  carpenter,  dwl  Chestnut  nr  Twenty. eighth. 

Hartey  John  A.,  blacksmith  M.  W.  Allen,  dwl  SW  cor  Franklin 
and  Eleventh. 

HARTFORD  FIRE  INSURANCE  CO.,  William  H.  Jordan 
agent,  office  921  Broadway. 

Hartley  Frank,  clerk,  dwl  S  s  Eighth  bet  Campbell  and  Willow,  W.  0. 


For  Ice  Cream  Freezers  go  to  J.  S.  G.  GORDON'S,  469  Ninth  Street. 


0.  P.  S—  "Wheat  and  cracked  corn,  116  Ninth nr  Broadway.— 0.  P.  S. 


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203 


Hartley  Jane  Mrs. ,  cook  Peder  Sather,  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Grove  and  Castro. 

Hartman  H. ,  carpenter  0.  P.  P.  R. ,  dwl  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House, 
W.  0. 

Hartman  John,  calker  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 

Harton  Patrick,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co. 

Hartshorn  H.,  ship  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Cedar, 
W.  O. 

Hartwig  Theodore,  marble  worker,  853  Harrison. 

Harty  Morris,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  1ST  s  Twenty-first  bet  Curtis 
and  West. 

Harvey  G.,  teamster,  dwl  Thirty-fifth  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Harvey  Robert  A.,  dwl  SE  cor  Lincoln  and  Campbell,  W.  O. 

Harvey  William,  farmer,  dwl  SE  cor  Lincoln  and  Campbell,  W.  O. 

Harwood  Amos,  shoemaker,  dwl  563  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Harwood  William,  wharfinger  City  Wharf,  foot  Webster,  dwl  272 
Fourth. 

HARWOOD  WILLIAM  D.,  editor  Oakland  Transcript,  office  911 
Broadway,  dwl  272  Fourth. 

Haskell  Randolph  K.,  carpenter,  SE  cor  West  Third  and  Adeline, 
W.  O. 

Haskell  W.  W.,  special  agent  Home  Mutual  Insurance  Co.,  res  Ala- 
meda. 

Haskens  C.  H,  tinsmith,  dwl  S  s  Fourteenth  bet  Market  and  West. 

Haskin  E.  W.,  manager  Atlantic  and  Pacific  Telegraph,  office  C.  P. 
R.  R.  Depot,  dwl  Eighth  bet  Washington  and  Broadway. 

Haskins  Abraham,  clerk,  dwl  West  Eighth  nr  Wood,  W.  O. 

HASKINS  JOSEPH  H.,  associate  principal  Golden  Gate  Academy, 
Plymouth  Av.  bet  Broadway  and  Telegraph  Av. 

Haskins  S.,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Seventeenth  bet  Market  and  West. 

Haskins  T.,  carpenter  and  builder,  dwl  Seventeenth  bet  Kirkkam 
and  Cypress,  W.  O. 

Haskins  Thomas,  marble  polisher,  dwl  E  s  Linden  nr  Thirtieth. 

Hassenger  Samuel  K.,  deputy  assessor,  office  462  Ninth,  dwl  Seven- 
teenth bet  Grove  and  Jefferson. 

Hassett  D.  J.,  clerk,  dwl  E  s  Kirkham  bet  Ninth  and  Twelfth, 
W.  O. 

Hastings  Joseph,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  SW  cor  Thirteenth  Av. 
and  East  Fourteenth. 

Haswell  D.  J.,  painter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Haswell  Frederick  B.,  secretary  and  business  manager  The  Central 
Land  Co.,  office  954  Broadway,  dwl  N  s  Brown  bet  Telegraph 
Av.  and  Grove. 

Hatch  Albert,  driver  Whitney  &  Co.'s  Express,  dwl  Sixth  bet  Broad- 
way and  Franklin. 

Hatch  George,  laborer,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  bet  West  Eighteenth  and 
West  Twentieth,  W.  O. 

Hatch  Jabez,  bookkeeper  E.  Hook,  dwl  1165  Jackson. 

Hathaway  A.  P.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Pine  bet  Division  and  Seward, 

w.  o. 

Haugsted  Andrew,  waiter  Haugsted  &  Peterson,  dwl  851  Franklin. 


STRICKLAND  &  CO.  manufacture  account  books  to  order. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.— 953  Broadway— Real  Estate  Agents. 


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Haugsted  Louis  (Haugsted  &  Peterson),  dwl  851  Franklin. 

HAUGSTED  &  PETERSON  (Louis  Haugsted  and  F.  Peterson), 
proprietors  Cosmopolitan  Restaurant,  861  Broadway,  and  Oys- 
ter Grotto,  Seventh  nr  Broadway. 

Hauschildt  Henry  (F.  Senram  &  Co.),  dwl  503  Ninth. 

Havemeyer  Nicholas,  miner,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Cedar  and 
and  Pine,  W.  O. 

Haven  Charles  D.,  secretary  Union  Insurance  Co.  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s 
West  Eighth  bet  Adeline  and  Linden. 

Haven  Frederick  D.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  bet  Ade- 
line and  Linden. 

Haven  Joseph,  carpenter,  dwl  Myrtle  nr  Twenty-seventh. 

Haven  Thomas,  bricklayer,  dwl  Adeline  nr  West  Twenty-second, 
W.  O. 

Haven  W.  F.,  dwl  563  Eleventh. 

Havens  Albert,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av.  bet  Seven- 
teenth and  Eighteenth. 

Havens  C.  D.,  clerk,  dwl  Grand  Central  Hotel. 

HAVENS  HENRY  H.  (J.  F.  and  H  H  Havens),  dwl  1057  Wash- 
ington. 

Havens  Henry  H.,  machine  bagmaker  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  East  Six- 
teenth bet  Twelfth  and  Thirteenth  avs,  E.  0. 

HAVENS  J.  F.  &  H.  H.,  attorneys  at  law,  office  1069  Broad- 
way. 

Havens  Jolm  F.  (J.  F.  &  H.  H  Havens),  dwl  Eighteenth  bet  Castre 
and  Brush. 

Havey  James,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Alden  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Hawes  Benjamin,  insurance  agent  (S.  F.),  dwl  1119  Jefferson. 

Hawes  George,  clerk,  dwl  832  Market. 

Hawes  George  H,  ruffer  Manhattan  Marble  Co.,  dwl  NE  cor  Sixth 
and  Market. 

Hawes  John,  engineer,  dwl  NW  cor  Linden  and  Twenty-second. 

Hawes  Madison,  dwl  769  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 

Hawes  Oliver,  insurance  agent  (S.  F.),  dwl  1119  Jefferson. 

Hawes  W.,  carpenter,  dwl  Market  nr  Twenty-fourth. 

Hawkett  A.  W.,  miner,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Cedar  and  Pine, 
W.  0. 

Hawkett  William  G.,  clerk,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  *k. v.  bet  Cedar  and 
Pine,  W.  O.       „ 

Hawkins  Elisha,  live  stock  dealer,  dwl  921  Broadway. 

Hawkins  H.  E.,  laborer,  dwl  520  Second. 

Hawkins  Thomas,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham, 

w.  o. 

Hawkins  Thomas,  blacksmith  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Willow  bet  Twelfth 

and  Thirteenth,  W.  O. 
Hawley  C.  H.,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 
Hawley  C.  J.,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  SW  cor  Seventh  Av.  and  East 

Fourteenth,  E.  O. 
Hawley  Clara.  Miss,  teacher  Grove  St.  School,  dwl  1057  Washington. 
Hawthorn  Joseph,  molder,  dwl  W  s  Elm  nr  College  Av. 


All  sizes  refrigerators  and  ice  chests  for  sale  at  Gordon's,  469  Ninth. 


0.  F.  S—  Oakland  Feed  Store,  416  Ninth  near  Broadway— 0.  F.  S. 


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Hay  Harmon  A.,  laundry,  S  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine  and  Cedar, 

w.  o. 

Haycock  James  F.  (J.  F.  Haycock  &  Go.,  S.  F.J,  dwl   65  Seventh. 

Hayden  James,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  P.,  dwl  732  Filbert. 

Hay  dock  R.  M.,  dwl  E  s  Grove  nr  Fifth. 

Hayes  Charles  D.,  jeweler,  dwl  716  Ninth. 

Hayes  Curtis,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Union 
and  Kirkham,  W.  0. 

Hayes  Edward  T.,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-second  bet  Market  and 
Curtis. 

Hayes  John,  clerk  Charles  L.  Taylor,  res  Alameda. 

Hayes  John  B.,  gardener,  dwl  E  s  Alice  bet  Fourteenth  and  Fif- 
teenth. 

Hayes  Michael,  groceries,  SW  cor  Market  and  "West  Fifth,  W.  O. 

Hayes  Patrick,  laborer,  dwl  SW  cor  Adeline  and  Twenty-eighth. 

Hayes  Patrick,  liquor  saloon,  720  Broadway  cor  Fourth. 

Hayes  Thomas  J.  (Main  &  Winchester,  S.  F.J,  dwl  E  s  San  Pablo  Av. 
bet  Twentieth  and  Twenty-first. 

Hayes  William  O.,  freight  clerk  C.  P.  R.  R,  dwl  W  s  Myrtle* bet 
West  Eighth  and  West  Tenth. 

Hayes  W.  O.,  tallyman  C.  P.  R.  R.  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf,  W.  O. 

Haynes  Austin,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  NW  cor  Seventh  Av.  and  East 
Nineteenth,  E.  O. 

Haynes  Benjamin,  merchant,  dwl  N  s  East  Nineteenth  bet  Fifth 
and  Sixth  avs,  E.  O. 

Hays  E.  B.,  carpenter,  dwl  582  Fourth. 

Hays  John,  laborer,  dwl  415  Seventh. 

Hays  Mathew,  salesman  J.  J.  O'Brien  &  Co.,  dwl  1057  Washing- 
ton. 

Hazel  Cyrus,  dwl  Oakland  Trotting  Park. 

Hazelton  Charles  H,  dwl  N  s  East  Nineteenth  bet  Fifth  and  Sixth 
avs,  E.  O. 

Head  Edward  C.  Mrs.,  Kintergarten  School  cor  Twelfth  and  Ade- 
line, dwl  210  Seventh. 

Head  Edward  F.,  attorney  at  law  (S.  F.),  dwl  210  Seventh. 

Headley  M.  R.,  carriage  painter  John  O.  N.  Smith,  dwl  210  Eighth. 

Heald  Allen,  live  stock  dealer,  dwl  1120  Ninth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Healey  Jeremiah,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange, 
W.  O. 

Healey  John,  calker  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Healey  Patrick,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  William  bet  Cedar 
and  Pine,  W.  O. 

Healey  Stephen,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

Healing  James,  painter,  dwl  N  s  West  Third  bet  Lewis  and  Henry, 
W.  O. 

Healing  S.,  joiner  C.  P.  R.  R,  W.  O. 

HEALTH  OFFICER,  George.  E.  Sherman,  M.D.,  office  basement 
City  Hall. 

Healy  Jesse,  Pacific  Rubber  Paint  Co.  (S.  F.),  dwl  821  Washington. 

Healy  John,  telegraph  operator,  dwl-  821  Washington. 


We  import  the  latest  styles  of  Stationery— STRICKLAND  &  CO. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  958  Bdwy,  homes  on  the  instalment  plan. 


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OAKLAND  DIRECTORY. 


HEALY  M.  J.,  merchant  tailor,  1056  Broadway,  dwl  Webster  bet 

Eighth  and  Ninth. 
Hearn  Peter,  carpenter,  dwl  1021  Eranklin. 

Heath  Belle  Miss,  retoucher  Dunham  &  Lathrop,  dwl  NE  cor  Web- 
ster and  Fourteenth. 
Heath  Chester,  dentist,  office  1068  Broadway,  dwl  NE  cor  Webster 

and  Fourteenth. 
Heath  Daniel  L.,  carpenter,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel.  ' 
Heath  Frank  W.,  clerk  J.  S.  Crosley,  dwl  NE  cor  Fourteenth  and 

Webster. 
Heath  James,. traveling  agent  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Willow  bet  Twelfth 

and  Thirteenth,  W.  O. 
Heath  James  A.  (Heath,  Gallopp  &  Co.,  S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Fifteenth 

bet  Market  and  West. 
Heaton  Warren  D.,  real  estate  agent  (S.  F.),  dwl  2084  Webster. 
Hearn  Patrick,  deck  hand  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Louise. 
Hearty  John,  blacksmith,  dwl  957  Franklin. 
Hease  Cornelius,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 
Hercard  Henry  A.,  dwl  W  s  Clay  bet  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth. 
Hebrew  Benevolent  Society,  D.  S.  Hirshberg  secretary,  office  1103 

Broadway. 
Hecker  Abraham,  carpenter,  dwl  Fifteenth  bet  Cypress  and  Kirk- 

ham,  W.  O. 
Heckmann  Francis,  bootmaker  I.  Alexander,  dwl  855  Harrison. 
Hector  Adolph,  waiter  R.  S.  Bailey  &  Co.,  dwl  Willow  bet  Cedar 

and  Bay,  W.  O. 
Hefferan  M.,  pile  driver  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Hefty  Mathias,   carpenter  Burnham,   Standeford  &  Co.,  dwl   806 

Franklin. 
Heidtmann  Henry,  blacksmith  Henry  Hollis,  dwl  1010  Franklin. 
Heiling  James,  painter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Heinle  Frederick  Rev.,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Harrison  and  Alice. 
Heinze  August,  upholsterer,  dwl  707  Broadway. 
Held  Ernest,  hairdressing  and  bathing  saloon,   418  Eleventh,  dwl 

W  s  Broadway  nr  Twenty-second. 
Held  John,  barkeeper  Held  &  Neller,  dwl  cor  Twenty-second  and 

New  Broadway. 
Held  Justus  (Held  &  Neller),  dwl  E  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr  Twenty- 
fourth. 
HELD    k    NELLER    (Justus  Held  and  Leopold  Neller),  liquor 

saloon,  cigars  and  tobacco,  1100  Broadway. 
Helbercolt  William,  shipwright  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Helldrake  J.,  laborer  California  Bridge  and  Building  Co. 
Helleker  Peter,  laborer,  dwl  E  s  New  Broadway  bet  Fifteenth  and 

Sixteenth. 
Hellerman  E.  H,  tailor  John  Carter,  dwl  172  Sixth. 
Hellman  Charles,  barkeeper  G.  A.  Borkhardt,  dwl  462  Sixth. 
HELMER  WILLIAM,  undertaker,  914  Broadway,  dwl  919  Alice. 
Helverson  John,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  W  s  Division  bet  Cedar 

and  Bay,  W.  O. 


GORDON'S  Ice  Cream  Manufactory,  469  Ninth  Street,  Oakland. 


Oil-cake  meal  and  ground  barley,  416  Ninth,  Street  near  Bdwy. 


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Hemphill  Charles  F.,  accountant,  dwl  759  Sixth. 

Hemphill  Henry,  bricklayer,  dwl  759  Sixth. 

Hemphill  Ion,  carpenter,  dwl  759  Sixth. 

Hemphill  Lewis,  baker,  dwl  759  Sixth. 

Hemphill  Uriah,  dwl  759  Sixth. 

Hempy  B.,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Fifteenth  bet  Center  and  Cy- 
press, W.  0. 

Hems  worth  J.,  mate  C.  P.  R.  P.  Co.'s  stm  Thoroughfare. 

Henan  James,  laborer,  dwl  -109  Seventh. 

Hendershot  William  ( Hendershot  &•  Lange),  dwl  E  s  San  Pablo  Av. 
nr  Alden. 

Hendershot  &  Lange  (William  Hendershot  and  Theodore  Lange), 
butchers,  E  s  San  Pablo  Av.  nr  Alden. 

Henderson  Bessie  Miss,  dressmaker,  dwl  NW  cor  Chester  and  "West 
Third,  W.  0. 

Henderson  C,  dwl  Union  bet  Twenty-fourth  and  Twenty-sixth, 
W.  0. 

Henderson  David  M.,  bookkeeper,  dwl  NE  cor  Walton  and  West. 

Henderson  H,  carpenter,  dwl  Nineteenth  bet  Cypress  and  Kirkkani, 
W.  0. 

Henderson  H.  L.,  teacher  mathematics  Golden  Gate  Academy,  dwl 
Academy  Hill. 

Henderson  H.  P.,  ship  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Division  bet 
Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 

Henderson  M.,  gardener,  dwl  Twenty-eighth  nr  Market. 

Henderson  N.,  carpenter,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 

Henderson  Thomas  N.,  patternmaker,  dwl  S  s  Laurel  bet  Telegraph 
Av.  and  Broadway. 

Henderson  Thomas  H.,  secretary  Renton  Coal  Co.  (S.  F.),  dwl  767 
Alice. 

Hendricks  Joseph,  waiter  Richard  Watts,  NE  cor  Railroad  Av.  and 
Bay,  W.  O. 

Hendrickson  George,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 

Hendry  R.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  1011  Franklin. 

Hendry  Watson,  clerk,  dwl  1011  Franklin. 

Heney  Dennis,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

Henken  John  F.,  wines  and  liquors,  SE  cor  Eighteenth  Av.  and 
East  Fourteenth,  dwl  1126  Eighteenth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Henley  William,  dwl  365  Second. 

Hennell  Mrs.  (widow),  boarding,  NW  cor  East  Ninth  and  Fifth  Av., 
E.  0. 

Henneman  David,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Myrtle  bet  Twelfth  and  Four- 
teenth. 

Hennessy  Michael  J.,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Union  and 
Adeline,  W.  O. 

Hennessy  Morris,  currier  and  tanner,  dwl  N  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and 
Cedar,  W.  0. 

Hennessy  P.,  nurseryman,  dwl  San  Pablo  Av.  junction  of  Adeline. 

Hennyg  John  B.,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Willow  bet  Seward  and  Lin- 
coln, W.  0. 


Rich  goods  suitable  for  presents  at  STRICKLAND  &  CO.'S  store. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  958  Broadway,  Oakland  Real  Estate. 


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Hennings  Martin  A.,  clerk  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  W  s  Center  bet  West 

Fifth  and  Railroad  Av.,  W.  0. 
Henon  William,  bricklayer,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-second  bet  Curtis  and 

West. 
Henrietta  Frank,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine 

and  Cedar,  W.  O. 
HENRY    ASHMAN    C,  president  Union  National  Gold  Bank, 

office  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Ninth,  dwl  W  s  Harrison  bet  Four- 
teenth and  Sixteenth. 
Henry  Charles  E.  (  Weidmore,  H.  &  Co.),  dwl  N  s  William  bet  Cedar 

and  Bay,  W.  0. 
Henry  Edwin,  dwl  W  s  Kirkham  bet  West  Eleventh  and  West 

Twelfth,  W.  0. 
Henry  George,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  0. 
Henry  John  H,  carpenter  Pacific  Planing  Mills,  dwl  N  s  William 

bet  Cedar  and  Bay,  W.  O. 
Henry  Michael,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Henry  Stephen,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.   bet  Union  and 

Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Henry  Thomas,  dwl  N  s  Fourteenth  nr  Market. 
Henseler  Joseph,  farmer,  dwl  SW  cor  Sixteenth  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Henseler  William  J.,  farmer,  dwl  SW  cor  Sixteenth  and  Kirkham, 

W.  O. 
Hensey  John,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 
Hensey  Samuel,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Sacramento. 
Henshaw  E.  T.,  bookkeeper  Taylor  &  Co.,  dwl  941  Myrtle,  W.  0. 
Henshaw  Frederick  W.,  student,  dwl  941  Myrtle,  W.  O. 
Henshaw  William  G,  student,  dwl  941  Myrtle,  W.  O. 
Hensley  John,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-eighth  bet  Linden  and 

Filbert. 
Hensley  John,  carpenter,  dwl  364  Fourth. 
Hensworth  Michael,  deck  hand  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Thoroughfare, 

dwl  409  Seventh. 
Henwood  Emily  J.,  music  teacher,  dwl  1057  Washington. 
Heppner  Philip,  cigars  and  tobacco,  831  Broadway. 
Herbe  A.,  dwl  620  Second. 
Herbert  Edward,  tailor  Samuel  Francis,  dwl  NE  cor  Ninth  and 

Franklin. 
Herbert  E.  W.  H,  carpenter  Pacific  Planing  Mills,  dwl  Seventeenth 

bet  Market  and  West. 
Herbst  August,  carpenter,  dwl  667  Fifth. 
Herdt  Christian,  dwl  807  Jefferson. 

Herdtner  William,  butcher  Michael  Goldsticker,  dwl  S  s  East  Four- 
teenth bet  Nineteenth  and  Twentieth  avs,  E.  O. 
Herget  Emile  W.,  mill  hand,  dwl  S  s  Seventeenth  bet  Market  and 

West. 
Herget  Henry,  stableman,  dwl  860  Broadway. 
Herlihy  Timothy,  marble  polisher,  dwl  S  s  Eighth  bet  Campbell  and 

Peralta,  W.  O.  % 

Herman  H,  joiner  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 


T.  S.  G.  GORDON,  agent  for  Napa  Soda  Springs.    469  Ninth  Street. 


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This  is  the  only  school  in  San  Francisco  that  makes  a  Business  Education  its  distinct  and  separate 
specialty.  Its  teachers  are  competent  and  experienced.  Its  pupils  are  from  the  best  class  of  young 
men  in  the  State.  It  is  under  the  very  best  discipline.  Its  Scholarships  are  good  in  the  thirty-six 
Bryant  k  Stratton  Colleges.  It  employs  four  of  the  best  penmen  in  the  State.  It  has  the  largest 
rooms,  the  largest  attendance,  and  the  most  complete  system  of  business  training,  of  any  commercial 
school  on  the  Pacific. 

YOUNG    MEN    AND    LADIES 

Wishing  to  prepare  themselves  for  the  practical  duties  of  life,  -will  find  this  the  best  school.  Pupils 
learn  just  what  they  need  to  accomplish  success,  and  do  not  meddle  with  superfluous  studies.  Each 
student  receives  separate  instruction,  and  can  thus  advance  as  rapidly  as  desired,  not  being  kept 
back  by  those  more  deficient.  All  persons  passing  the  final  examination  in  a  satisfactory  manner, 
will  receive  our  finely-engraved  Graduating  Diploma.  Graduates  of  this  College  are  in  demand 
among  Business  Men,  and  can  readily  find  good  positions.  Such  as  are  in  good  standing  are  assisted 
in  obtaining  situations,  if  desired. 

OUR    BUSINESS    COURSE 

Is  especially  adapted  to  the  wants  of  young  and  middle-aged  men,  who  wish  to  prepare  for  the  active 
duties  of  life,  whether  as  book-keepers,  salesmen,  merchants,  bankers,  professional  men,  or  even 
farmers  or  mechanics. 

THEORY    AND    PRACTICE 

Are  combined  in  such  a  manner  as  to  make  each  a  powerful  help  to  the  other. 

The  Student  Hugs,  Sells,  Ships,  Barter*,  Consigns,  Discounts,  Insures,  Draws  Cheeks, 
Notes,  and  Drafts,  Gives  leases.  Deeds,  etc.,  and  goes  through  the  entire  routine  of  actual 
business.  He  becomes  acquainted  with  changing  books  from  Single  to  Double  Entry,  and  vice  versa, 
and  also  with  Joint-Stock  and  Partnership  Books,  and  every  form  and  style  of  Book-Keeping  practised 
in  well  regulated  Business  houses.  ,Tohbina,  Importing,  Commission,  and  Hanking  are 
carried  on  with  the  students  of  the  other  Colleges  in  the  Association — thus  fully  illustrating  the 
methods  of  carrying  on  business  and  keeping  books  when  there  are  different  currencies.  The  pupil 
becomes  familiar  with  all  the  calculations  and  entries  connected  with  Legal  Tender  and  Gold 
transactions. 

SESSIONS    CONTINUE    DAY    AND    EVENING. 

Clerks,  mechanics,  and  others  engaged  during  business  hours,  can  secure  a  sound  Mercantile 
Education  by  attending  evenings  only.  There  are  no  class  systems  to  keep  the  pupil  back  ;  each  can 
advance  as  rapidly  as  desired.  No  particular  age  or  degree  of  advancement  is  required  to  enter  the 
College.     We  have  in  operation  an 

ACADEMIC    DEPARTMENT, 

Where  all  the  branches  of  aw  ordinary  English  Education  are  taught,  for  those  who  are  too  young  or 
not  sufficiently  advance,!  for  the  Business  Course.     Visitors  are  always  welcome  at  the  College. 

FURTHER    INFORMATION. 

Young  men  and  young  ladies  should  obtain  full  particulars  regarding  this  useful  Institute  of 
Practical  Education.  Now  is  the  time  to  get  an  education.  Use  the  present,  and  you  can  trust  in 
the  future.  Competent  persons  are  wanted  in  all  departments  of  industry.  In  order  to  learn  all 
about  this  school,  send  for 

HEALD'S  COLLEGE  JOURNAL, 

Which  is  issued  monthlv,  by  the  College,  and  contains  full  particulars  regarding  the  Course  of  Studies, 
Expenses,  etc.;  also,  a  large  amount  of  interesting  reading.  It  can  be  obtained,  free  of  charge,  either 
at  the  College  Office,  2-1  Post  Street,  or  by  addressing 

E.    P.    HEALD,  President  Business  College, 

SAN     FRANCISCO,    CAL. 


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24  POST  STREET,  SAN  FRANCISCO. 


E.  P.  HEALD, 


F.  C.  WOODBURY, 


The  design  of  this  Institution  is  to  impart  to  persons  of  both  sexes  a  practical  and  useful  Business 
Education.  Young  men  are  thoroughly  fitted  for  Bankers,  Merchants,  Book-Keepers,  Cashiers, 
Clerks  and  Salesmen  by  our  great  system  of  ACTUAL  BUSINESS  TRAININGS.  By  this 
system,  the  pupil  receives  while  in  the  school  the  same  practice  in  conducting  business  affairs  that 
he  would  in  a  bona  fide  Bank,  Office,  or  Counting-House. 


BRikNGKES    TATTO-SIT: 


Single  and  Double  Entry  Book-Keeping, 
Plain  and  Ornamental  Penmanship, 
Commercial  Arithmetic, 
Business  Correspondence. 
Mercantile  Law, 
Political  Economy, 
Actual  Business, 
Merchandising, 
Insurance, 
Banking. 


Mechanical  Drawing, 
Modern  Languages, 
Higher  Mathematics, 
Phonography, 
Railroading, 
Surveying, 
Brokerage, 
Exchange, 
Jobbing, 
Mining, 


Custom  House  Business, 
Real  Estate, 
Telegrapliy, 
Commission, 
Importing, 
Forwardinsr, 
Grammar, 
Rhetoric. 
Reading, 
Spelling. 


Til©  SCHOOMfcO©]!  and  COUOTITO-EOOM 

Are  united  upon  a  plan  that  secures  to  the  student  all  the  practical  advantages  of  each.    There  is 

in   operation  a  Banking  House,   with   Checks,   Drafts,   Notes,  Bills  of  Exchange, 

Certificates  of  Deposit,  etc.,  fully  illustrating  the  banking  business. 

The  school-room  is  elegantly  fitted  up  with 

MERCHANDISING,  JOBBING  and  IMPORTING  EMPORIUMS, 
GENERAL  and  NATIONAL  BANKING  OFFICES, 

COMMISSION,  FORWARDING  and  REAL  ESTATE, 

INSURANCE,  EXPRESS  and  POST  OFFICES, 


For  full  particulars  regarding  the  College,  Course  of  Studies,  Expenses,  etc., 

Call  at  the 

College   Office,   No.   24   Post  Street, 

Or  address  for  Circulars, 

E.  P.  HEALD,  President  Business  College, 


SAN    FRANCISCO,    CAL. 


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209 


Herman  John,  harnessmaker  James  Lentell,  dwl  838  Broadway. 

Hermann  Emil,  barkeeper  John  Paul. 

Hermann  Otto  W.,  carpenter,  dwl  ISTW  cor  Heniy  and  "West  Fifth, 

w.  o. 

Heron  Ernest  A.,  clerk  E.  C.  Sessions  &  Co.,  dwl  E  s  Franklin  bet 
Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth. 

HeiT  Edward,  hackman,  dwl  860  Broadway. 

Herr  F.,  mill  hand,  dwl  E  s  Filbert  bet  Eighteenth  and  Twenty- 
first. 

Herrick  William  A.,  clerk  American  Tract  Society  (S.  F.),  dwl  SW 
cor  Linden  and  West  Twelfth,  W.  O. 

Herrick  William  F.,  bookkeeper  Commercial  Insurance  Co.  (S.  F.), 
dwl  SW  cor  Linden  and  West  Twelfth,  W.  O. 

Hersey  A.  Mrs.,  dwl  473  Fourth. 

Hersey  Edgar  A.  (Ives  Scot  Me  £•  Co.),  dwl  473  Fourth. 

Hertz  H,  laborer,  dwl  Twenty-sixth  bet  Union  and  Adeline. 

Hertz  Joseph,  blacksmith  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co.,  dwl  NE  cor 
East  Eleventh  and  Eighth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Hess  George,  miller  Venus  Flouring  Mill,  dwl  NE  cor  Franklin  and 
Third. 

Hess  William,  carriagemaker  Sohst  Bros.,  dwl  357  Eighth. 

Hess  W.  P.,  carriage  painter,  dwl  838  Broadway. 

Hess  Samuel,  engineer,  dwl  E  s  Pine  bet  Seward  and  Lincoln,  W.  O. 

Hesse  Frederick  G,  professor  State  University,  dwl  801  Jackson. 

Hesser  Minna  (widow),  dwl  669  Fifth. 

Hessler  Louis,  trainer,  dwl  Oakland  Trotting  Park. 

Hewes  Charles  W.,  bookkeeper,  dwl  SW  cor  Thirtieth  and  Grove. 

Hewett  Moses  D.,  carpenter,  dwl  1012  Webster. 

Hewitt  L.  C,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Union  and  Ade- 
line, W.  O. 

Hewitt  Samuel,  dwl  S  s  Eighth  bet  Adeline  and  Union,  W.  O. 

Hewston  James,  painter,  dwl  Star  House,  W.  O. 

Heyer  B.  W.,  real  estate,  dwl  NV  cor  Taylor  and  Pei-alta,  W.  O. 

Heyer  Charles,  coachman  Col.  S.  Woods,  NE  cor  Eighth  and  Jef- 
ferson. 

Heyer  Henry  (Paul  &  ff.J,  dwl  1059  Franklin. 

Heyer  Jacob,  painter  Farwell  Sz  Garrigan,  dwl  Eland  House. 

Heynian  Phillip  P.,  hostler,  dwl  561  Sixth. 

Hibbard  Asa  W,  carpenter,  dwl  SE  cor  San  Pablo  Av.  and  Syca- 
more. 

Hibbard  Edward,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Filbert  bet  West  Eighth  and 
West  Tenth,  W.  O. 

Hibbert  E.,  carpenter,  dwl  Nineteenth  bet  Cypress  and  Kirkham, 
W.  O. 

Hibbert  John,  painter,  dwl  E  s  Myrtle  nr  Thirtieth. 

Hibernia  Hall,  714  Broadway. 

Hicken  John,  machinist,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 

Hickey  John,  deck  hand  stm  El  Capitan,  res  San  Francisco. 

Hickey  John,  teamster  Oakland  Lumber  Yard,  dwl  N  s  Spring  nr 
Adeline. 


Monograms  and  Wedding  Cards  executed  at  STRICKLAND  <fc  CO.'S. 

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E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  suburban  unimproved  property  for  sale. 


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OAKLAND  DIRECTORY. 


Hickey  John,  stableman  Charles  E.  Allen,  dwl  W  s  Julia  N  of  Adams 
Av. 

Hickey  L.  F,  upholsterer  E.  Hook,  dwl  Durant  bet  Telegraph  Av. 
and  Broadway. 

Hickey  Patrick,  watchman  C.  P.  P.  P.,  dwl  E  s  Fifth  bet  East  Fif- 
teenth and  East  Sixteenth,  E.  O. 

Hickim  Edward,  dwl  E  s  Peralta  bet  Ninth  and  Twelfth,  W.  O. 

Hickman  Isaac,  blacksmith  C.  P.  P.  P.,  dwl  N  s  Taylor  bet  Pine 
and  Wood,  W.  O. 

Hicks  Hugh  E.,  printer  (S.  F),  dwl  E  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr  Twenty- 
third. 

Higby  Albert,  laborer,  dwl  N¥  cor  Twenty-first  Av.  and  East 
Twenty-fifth,  E.  O. 

Higby  William,  attorney  at  law  (S.  F.),  dwl  NW  cor  Sixteenth  and 
Chestnut. 

Higgins  Bernhard,  milkman,  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  bet  Market  and  West. 

Higgins  Dennis,  laborer  C.  P.  P.  P.,  dwl  E  s  Henry  bet  West  Third 
and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 

Higgins  Roger,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  E  s  Twelfth  bet  East 
Sixteenth  and  East  Seventeenth,  E.  0. 

Higgins  Thomas,  laborer,  dwl  Twenty-second  nr  Curtis. 

High  William  H.,  mining,  dwl  S  s  Thirteenth  bet  Castro  and  Brush. 

High  William  H.  Jr.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Thirteenth  bet 
Castro  and  Brush. 

Hiland  James,  dwl  812  Brush. 

Hiland  James,  express  wagon,  E  s  Broadway  bet  Sixth  and  Seventh, 
dwl  N  s  Twenty-sixth,  bet  Grove  and  West. 

Hilbish  Frank,  student,  dwl  W  s  Market  bet  Tenth  and  Eleventh. 

Hilkert  J.  P.,  foreman  C.  P.  P.  P.  lumber  yard,  dwl  909  Wash- 
ington, rear. 

Hill  Arthur  B.,  clerk  (S.  F),  dwl  W  s  Ninth  Av.  bet  East  Twenty- 
third  and  Twenty-fourth,  E.  O. 

Hill  Benjamin,  C.  P.  R.  P.,  clwl  S  s  West  Fifth  bet  Myrtle  and 
Market,  W.  O. 

Hill  Henry  B.,  carpenter,  dwl  NE  cor  Eleventh  and  Center,  W.  O. 

Hill  James  Thomas,  groceries  and  liquors,  NW  cor  Nineteenth  Av. 
and  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 

Hill  J.  J.,  insurance  agent,  dwl  N  s  West  Twelfth  bet  Linden  and 
Filbert,  W.  O. 

Hill  J.  M.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Kirkham  bet  Ninth  and 
Tenth,  W.  O. 

Hill  John,  carpenter,  dwl  cor  Market  and  Twenty-eighth. 

Hill  John,  watchman,  dwl  467  Fourth. 

Hill  John  W.,  porter  C.  P.  P.  P.,  dwl  S  s  West  Fifth,  bet  Market 
and  Myrtle,  W.  O. 

Hill  Mark,  shoemaker,  dwl  467  Fourth. 

Hill  Present,  cook,  dwl  W  s  Chester  bet  West  Third  and  West 
Fifth,  W.  O. 

Hill  Roscoe,  porter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Fifth  bet  Market  and 
Myrtle,  W.  O. 


NAPA  SODA  is  recommended  by  physicians  as  healthful  drinking. 


0.  P.  S  —  Whole  barley  and  corn,  116  Ninth  St.  near  Bdwy— 0.  P.  S. 


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Hill  Samuel,  blacksmith,  dwl  459  Fourth. 

Hill  Stephen,  shoemaker,  dwl  467  Fourth. 

Hill  Thomas,  machinist,  dwl  467  Fourth. 

Hill  William,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine 

and  Cedar,  W.  0. 
Hill  William,  pipemaker,  dwl  Eland  House. 
Hill  William  H.,  manufacturer  straw  goods   (S.   F.),  dwl   SW  cor 

Cedar  and  William,  W.  0. 
Hill  William  H,  pressman  Oakland  News,  dwl  971  Washington. 
Hillbrand  C,  brakeman  C.  P.  R,  R,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
HILLEBRAND  HENRY,  city  treasurer  and  clerk,  office  4  City 

Hall,  dwl  W  s  Broadway  bet  Twentieth  and  Twenty-first. 
Hillebrand  J.,  blacksmith  Oakland  Railroad  Co. 
Hillegass  William  (Shattuck  &  H.),  res  Berkeley. 
Hilling  Henry,  paper  hanger  and  decorator  Charles  L.   Taylor,  dwl 

N  s  Durant  bet  Franklin  and  Webster. 
Hillman  Henry,  express  wagon,  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Seventh,  dwl 

Fifteenth  nr  Grove. 
Hills  Joel  F.,  expressman,  dwl  NE  cor  Valley  and  Locust. 
Hillyer  Theodore,  blacksmith  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Star  House,  W.  O. 

Hilton Mrs.  (widow),  dressmaker,  691  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Hilton  O,  dwl  NE  cor  Eighth  and  Webster. 

Hilton  Charles  W.,  bookkeeper  McCrum  &  dishing,  dwl  SW   cor 

Seventeenth  and  Jefferson. 
Hilton  Stephen  Rev.,  dwl  W  s   Seventh  Av.   bet  East  Eighteenth 

and  East  Nineteenth,  E.  O. 
Hincheon  John,  sawyer  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  W  s  Broadway  bet 

First  and  Water. 
Hinchman  Charles  H,  plumber,  dwl  415  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Hinchman  Emanuel,  vegetable  dealer,  dwl  S  s  Thirteenth  bet  Center 

and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Hindman  E.,  dwl  Grand  Central  Hotel. 
Hindman  Edward,  dwl  Union  nr  Twenty-sixth. 
Hinds  F.  D.,  bookkeeper  Burnham,   Standeford  &  Co.,  dwl  NE  cor 

West  Eighth  and  Wood,  W.  O. 
Hinds   S.    E.,  painter,   dwl   N  s   West  Eighth  bet    Kirkham  and 

Center,  W.  O. 
Hindy  George,  machinist,  dwl  S  s  West  Eighth  bet   Campbell   and 

Willow,  W.  O. 
Hines  A.,  candy  factory  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Chester  bet  Railroad  Av. 

and  Eighth,  W.  O. 
Hines  Michael,  laborer,  dwl  515  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 
Hinton   Griffith,  teamster  Sarpy  &  Barstow,  dwl  Telegraph  Av.   nr 

Moss  Av. 
Hintz  Louis  J.,  clerk   (S.  F.),  dwl   N  s  Twelfth   bet   Wood   and 

Willow,  W.  O. 
Hinz  Carl,  manufacturing  tools  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Center 

and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Hirshberg  Charles,  book  canvasser,  dwl  409  Ninth. 
Hirshberg  David,  salesman  Hirshberg  &  Greenbaum,dwl  710  Broadway 


STRICKLAND  &  CO.  manufacture  Account  Books  to  order. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  953  Broadway,  bargains  in  real  estate. 


212  OAKLAND  DIRECTORY. 

Hirsliberg  David  S.  (Farwell  &  H.),  dwl  710  Broadway. 

Hirshberg   Samuel   [Hirshberg  &  Greenbaum),  dwl   710   Broadway. 

HIRSHBERG  &  GREENBAUM  (Samuel  Hirshberg  &  Louis 
Greenbaum),  clothing  and  furnishing  goods,  871  Broadway. 

Hirshman  William,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  West  Ninth  and 
West  Twelfth,  W.  O. 

Hirt  John,  baker  Joseph  Braustetter,  dwl  908  Broadway. 

Hitchcock  Henry  E.,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Franklin  bet  Sixteenth, 
and  Seventeenth. 

Hitchcock  William  B.,  turner  Pacific  Planing  Mill,  dwl  cor  Twenty- 
sixth  and  San  Pablo  Av. 

Hitzelberger  William,  porter  Daniel  Brannan,  dwl  SE  cor  Seven- 
teenth Av.  and  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Hitzenberger  John,  waiter  Eureka  Hotel. 

Hiver  J.  D.,  watchman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Hoag  A.  B.,  agent  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Division  bet  Pine  and  Wood, 
W.  O. 

Hoag  Charles  P.,  agent  Eclipse  Wind  Mill,  dwl  958  Grove. 

Hoag  Jacob  V.,  dwl  253  Eighth. 

Hoban  Henry,  deck  hand  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  tug  Rival,  W.  O. 

Hobart  John  A.,  farmer,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-first  bet  San  Pablo  and 
Telegraph  avs. 

Hobart  John  R.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Fifth  Av.  bet  East  Fifteenth 
and  East  Sixteenth,  E.  O. 

Hobart  Joseph  B.,  fruit  and  produce,  685  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Hobbs  Leavitt  B.,  plasterer,  dwl  W  s  Franklin  bet  Sixteenth  and 
Seventeenth. 

Hobbs  P.  R.,  dwl  700  Franklin. 

Hochkofler  Rudolph,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Alice  cor  Eight- 
eenth. 

Hodgdon  Hartwell  K.,  messenger  Steere  &  Colby,  NW  cor  Twelfth 
Av.  and  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 

Hodgdon  John,  fruits  and  vegetables,  303  East  Twelfth,  dwl  NE 
cor  East  Fourteenth  and  Twelfth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Hodge  Charles,  printer  Oakland  News,  dwl  E  s  Grove  nr  Sycamore. 

Hodges  George,  millwright,  dwl  S  s  Lincoln  bet  Wood  and  Willow, 
W.  O. 

Hodson  John  R,  artist  (S.  F.),  dwl  257  Eighth. 

Hoebner  Charles,  dwl  265  Ninth. 

Hoffman  Benjamin  T.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  West  Twelfth  bet 
Filbert  and  Myrtle,  W.  O. 

Hoffman  Christina  Miss,  cloakmaker  Mrs.  F.  Slate,  dwl  Twenty- 
third  bet  Broadway  and  Telegraph  Av. 

Hoffmann  Charles  S.,  carver  and  designer  (S.  F.),  dwl  769  Eleventh. 

Hoffmann  Louis,  driver  Engine  Co.  No.  2,  dwl  S  s  Sixth  bet  Broad- 
way and  Washington. 

Hoffschneider  William  (Winterburn  &  Co.,  S.  F.J,  dwl  E  s  Adeline 
bet  West  Seventh  and  West  Eighth,  W.  O. 

Hogan  Edmund,  gardener,  dwl  E  s  San  Pablo  Av.  nr  Eighteenth. 

Hogan  Edward  W.,  clerk,  dwl  S  s  Second  bet  Alice  and  Jackson. 


J.  S.  G.  GORDON,  wholesale  and  retail  dealer  in  ice.    469  Ninth  St. 


0.  F. S— Wheat  and  cracked  corn,  416  Ninth  St.  nr  Broadway— 0. F. S. 


OAKLAND  DIRECTORY. 


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Hogan  Henry,  captain  C.  P.  R.  R.  stm.,  dwl  1052  Thirteenth  Av., 

E.  O. 
Hogan  James  T.,  milkman,  dwl  N  s  Frederick  bet  Telegraph  Av. 

and  San  Pablo  Av. 
Hogan  John,  plasterer,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 
Hogan  Michael,  miller,  dwl  West  Sixteenth  nr  Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Hogan  P.,  farmer,  dwl  E  s  Myrtle  bet  West  Twelfth  and  West 

Fourteenth,  W.  O. 
Hogan  Thomas   G.,  merchant   (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Filbert  bet  West 

Twelfth  and  West  Fourteenth,  W.  O. 
Hogan  William,  deck  hand  Swing  Crew  C.  P.  R.  P.,  Oakland  Ferry 

Wharf. 
Hogarty  Joseph  B.,  dwl   Eleventh  Av.   bet  East  Fourteenth  and 

East  Fifteenth,  E.  O. 
Hoge  C.  C,  clerk,  dwl  S  s  West  Eighth  bet   Adeline  and  Union, 

w.  o. 

Hoge  Thomas,  carpenter,  E  s  Henry,  bet  West  Third  and  West 
Fourth,  W.  O. 

Hohfeld  Edward,  teacher  pianoforte,  dwl  W  s  Broadway  bet  Twen- 
tieth and  Twenty-first. 

Holbrook  Edwin  L.,  bookkeeper  Becht  &  Nicol,  dwl  317  Eleventh. 

Holbrook  John  H,  carpenter,  dwl  850  Franklin. 

Holbrook  S.,  carpenter,  dwl  Union  nr  Twenty-sixth. 

Holcomb  J.,  clerk  I.  Alexander,  dwl  503  Eleventh. 

Holcomb  Myron  T.,  purchasing  agent  (S.  F),  dwl  1014  Webster. 

Holcomb  Wesley  B.,  lumber  merchant  (S.  F),  dwl  1009  Wash- 
ington. 

Holdsworth  Benjamin,  carpenter  C.  P.  P.  R.,  W.  O. 

Holiday  John  McH,  glovemaker  and  tanner,  dwl  415  East 
Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Holladay  Peter,  mate  stm  Louise,  dwl  Railroad  House,  E.  O. 

Holland  Abram  F,  conductor  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  711  Fifth. 

Holland  A.  F.,  porter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Sixth  bet  Castro  and  Brush. 

Holland  Elizabeth  Mrs.,  dwl  E  s  Webster  nr  Sixteenth. 

Holland  Henry  A.,  clerk  Peter  Baker,  dwl  260  Fifth. 

Holland  John,  laborer,  dwl  764  Brush. 

Holland  John  C,  plasterer,  dwl  267  Sixth. 

Holland  Orlando  S.,  agent  Home  Mutual  Insurance  Co.,  dwl  E  s  Tel- 
egraph Av.  bet  Locust  and  Elm. 

Holland  Thomas,  carpenter,  dwl  N"  s  West  Sixteenth  bet  Cypress 
and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 

Hollaran  Michael,  laborer,  dwl  730  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 

Hollaran  Moms,  laborer,  dwl  730  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 

Hollis  Henry,  blacksmith  and  wagonmaker,  1008  Franklin,  dwl 
1010  Franklin. 

Hollis  Jennie  Mrs.,  ladies  nurse,  dwl  SW  cor  Twelfth  and  Broadway. 

Hollister  G.  W.,  physician  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  West  Eleventh  bet 
Center  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 

Hollman  Claus,  groceries  and  liquors,  NW  cor  Fifth  and  Castro, 
dwl  807  Castro. 


Rich  goods  suitable  for  presents  at  STRICKLAND  <fc  CO.'S  Book  store. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  Agents  Royal  Ins.  Co.,  Capital  $14,000,000. 


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OAKLAND  DIRECTORY. 


Holloway  George  H.,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Twentieth  bet  Curtis  and 

West. 
Hollub    H.    C,  newspaper   agent,  office    855    Broadway,  dwl   cor 

Seventh  and  Harrison. 
Hollywood  Andrew,  laborer  U.  S.  Custom  House   (S.  F),  dwl  N  s 

West  Twelfth  bet  Campbell  and  Willow,  W.  O. 
Hollywood  Joseph,  inspector  TJ.   S.   Custom  House  (S.  F.),  dwl  N 

s  West  Thirteenth  bet  Wood  and  Willow,  W.  O. 
Holman  Edward  F.,  plumber  and  gas  fitter  John  Spencer,  res  Ala- 
meda. 
Holman  Frederick,  dwl  711  Webster,  rear. 
Holman  Henry,  clerk  Nathan  Rosenberg,  res  Alameda. 
Holman  Rensselaer,  mowing  machines,  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Alice 

and  Harrison. 
Holmes  A.,  blacksmith  Ives  Scoville  &  Co.,  dwl  S  s  Second  nr  Clay. 
Holmes  Gross  C,  dwl  SE  cor  Twelfth  Av.  and  East  Fifteenth,  E.  0. 
Holmes  G.  F.,  carpenter,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 
Holmes  Isaac  I.,  dwl  S  s  Eighteenth  bet  Telegraph  and  San  Pablo  avs. 
Holmes  J.  E.,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  bet  Jefferson  and  Clay. 
Holmes  Howard   S.,  dwl  S  s  Eighteenth  bet  Telegraph  and   San 

Pablo  avs. 
Holmes    Maggie    Miss,  laundress  Peder  Sather,  N  s  Twelfth  bet 

Grove  and  Castro. 
Holmes  P.,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 
Holmes  Thomas,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Center  bet  Ninth  and  Tenth, 

W.  O. 
Holmes  William,  cigar  dealer,  dwl  Grand  Central  Hotel. 
Holt  Charles  H.  (Holt  Bros.,  S.  F.),  merchant,  dwl  N  s  Seventeenth 

bet  Grove  and  Jefferson. 
Holt  Newton,  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  West  Fifth  and  Railroad  Av.,  W.  O. 
Holtz  Charles,  upholsterer,  dwl  567  Seventh. 
Holzhauer  Antonia,  dwl  SE  cor  Jackson  aud  Seventh. 
Homer  Charles  E.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F),  dwl  609  Tenth. 
HOME  MUTUAL  INSURANCE  CO.,  Alameda  County  Branch 

(Fire,  S.  F),  R.  H.   Magill,  manager,  H.  A.  Craig,  secretary, 

office  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Ninth. 
Home  Security  Building  and  Loan  Association,  Mack  Webber  pres- 
ident, George  George  secretary,  office  1004  Broadway. 
Honen  T.,  shoemaker,  dwl  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House. 
Honer  Joseph,  shoemaker  Levi  Flint,  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  E  of 

Wood,  W.  O. 
Honish  Alexander,  upholsterer,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 
Howell  Mathias  D.,  miner,  dwl  N  s  Sixteenth  bet  Jefferson  and 

Grove. 
Hood  Allen,  clerk,  dwl  N  s  Ninth  bet  Chester  and  Center,  W.  O. 
Hood  C.  W.,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Kirkham  bet  West  Eight  and  West 

Ninth,  W.  O. 
Hood  George  J.,  wood  and  coal,  N  s  East  Twelfth  bet  Eighth  and 

Ninth  avs,  dwl  419  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Hood  W.  D.,  joiner  C.  P.  R.  R,  W.  O. 


GORDON'S  ice  wagons  supply  families  in  Oakland  and  Alameda. 


0.  P.  S—  Extra  family  and  Graham  flour,  416  Ninth,  nr  Bdwy— 0.  P.  S. 


OAKLAND  DIRECTORY.  215 

Hooe  H.  S.,  salesman  Jacob  Greenhood,  dwl  cor  Twelfth  and  Market. 

Hooey  Samuel,  painter,  dwl  N  s  Seventeenth  bet  Market  and  West. 

Hoogs  William  W.,  salesman  Eben  Johnson,  dwl  E  s  Broadway  bet 
Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth. 

HOOK  ELIJAH,  importer  and  manufacturer  furniture,  carpets  and 
upholstery  goods,  1067-1071  Broadway,  dwl  SW  cor  Tenth  and 
Madison. 

Hook  Joseph,  millwright,  dwl  W  s  Sixth  Av.,  bet  East  Seventeenth 
and  East  Eighteenth,  E.  O. 

Hooley  Cornelius,  painter,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 

Hooley  John,  carpenter,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 

Hooper  Caroline  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  408  Ninth. 

Hooper  David,  bootmaker  F.  W.  Stevenson,  dwl  Ninth  bet  Broad- 
way and  Franklin. 

Hoopes  Thomas  O,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Telegraph  Av.  cor  Twenty- 
second. 

Hope  Delia  (widow),  dwl  1068  Broadway. 

Hope  Edward,  tillerman  Relief  H.  &  L.  Co.,  O.  F.  D.,  dwl  Ns  Sixth 
bet  Broadway  and  Washington. 

Hope  Edward  L.,  grainer,  dwl  1068  Broadway. 

Hopkins  E.  F.,  painter,  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  bet  Center  and  Kirk- 
ham,  W.  O. 

Hopkins  Michael,  plasterer,  dwl  972  West  Third,  W.  O. 

Hopkins  P.,  porter,  dwl  W  s  West  bet  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth. 

Hopkins  St.  John,  physician,  office  and  dwl  261  Fourth. 

Hopkins  Thomas,  shoemaker,  dwl  759  Castro. 

Hopkins  William  E.,  captain  U.  S.  Navy,  dwl  E  s  Broadway  nr 
Twenty-ninth. 

Hopwood  F.  M.,  blacksmith  Contra  Costa  Water  Co. 

Horace  Henry,  laborer,  dwl  SW  cor  Brush  and  Seventh. 

Hord  Seneth  A.  (widow),  dwl  1015  Sixth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Hore  Maurice,  laborer,  dwl  365  Tenth. 

Hornb lower  E.  A.  Mrs.,  proprietress  Grand  Western  Hotel,  NW  cor 
Railroad  A  v.  and  Wood,  W.  O. 

Horner  M.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House, 
W.  O. 

Hornung  Pauline  Mrs.,  dwl  N  s  Sixteenth  bet  Clay  and  Jefferson. 

Horr  Mary  E.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  dwl  516  Ninth. 

Horswill  D.  J.,  painter,  dwl  516  Eighth. 

Horton  George  W,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  W  s  Cedar  bet  Goss 
and  Railroad  Av.,  W.  O. 

Horton  J.  A.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

Horton  James,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood, 
W.  O. 

Horton  Richard,  groceries  and  liquors,  S  s  Seventh  nr  Market,  dwl 
667  Sixth. 

HOSKINS  EDWARD,  clerk  Police  Court,  office  8  City  Hall,  dwl 
SW  cor  Jefferson  and  Fifth. 

Hoskins  L.,  dwl  N  s  West  Sixteenth  bet  Cypress  and  Kirkham, 
W.  O. 


STRICKLAND  &  CO.  solicit  a  share  of  your  custom  at  their  store. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  958  Bdwy,  suburban  residences  for  sale. 


216  OAKLAND  H  DIRECTORY. 

Hoskins  William,  notary  public  and  commissioner  deeds,  office  921 

Broadway,  dwl  Eland  House. 
Hosmer  James,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Harrison  bet  Seventh  and  Eighth. 
Hosmer  Robert,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine  and  Wood, 

W.  O. 
Host  M.,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 
Hostetter  Frank  (Carrich  &  H.),  dwl  1179  Thirteenth  Av.,  E.  O. 
Hotaling  Samuel,  farmer,  dwl  E  s  Center  bet  West  Fifteenth  and 

West  Sixteenth. 
Hotchkiss  Samuel,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Wood  bet  Chase  and  Taylor, 

W.  O. 
Hotchkiss  Samuel,  clerk,  dwl  West  Thirteenth  nr  Kirkham,  W.  0. 
Hotel  de  France,  August  Ohlig  proprietor,  417  First. 
Hougen  O.  K.,  carpenter  Burnliam,  Standeford  &  Co. 
Hough  Howard  M.,  produce  dealer  (S.  F.),  dwl  921  Broadway. 
Hough  Joseph,  carpenter  Dexter  Windmill  Co.,  dwl  E  s  Broadway 

bet  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth. 
Hougham  H.  D.,  boarding  and  lodging,  458  Fifth. 
Houghton  F.  T.,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  SE  cor  Willow  and  Lincoln, 

w.  o. 

Houghton  J.,  farmer,  dwl  Peralta  nr  Twenty-sixth. 

Houghton  James  F.,  president  Home  Mutual  Insurance  Co.  (S.  F.), 
dwl  W  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr  Sycamore. 

Houghton  R.  E.,  attorney  at  law,  dwl  E  s  Elm  bet  College  Av.  and 
Hawthorn. 

Hooey  Thomas,  blacksmith  Allen  &,  Artman,  dwl  Pine  bet  West 
Eighth  and  Mason,  W.  O. 

HOW  J.  E.,  house  and  sign  painter,  424  Ninth,  dwl  W  s  Union 
bet  Twenty-eighth  and  Thirtieth. 

How  M.  M.,  blacksmith,  dwl  408  Thirteenth. 

HOWARD  ASA  E.,  justice  of  the  peace,  office  626  East  Twelfth, 
dwl  615  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 

Howard  C.  O,  dwl  SE  cor  Adeline  and  West  Eighteenth,  W.  O. 

Howard  Charles  Webb,  capitalist  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Alice  bet  Four- 
teenth and  Fifteenth. 

Howard  George  W.,  rancher,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  Curtis. 

Howard  Henry,  carpenter  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co. 

Howard  John  E.,  clerk,  dwl  N  s  West  Twelfth  bet  Wood  and  Wil- 
low, W.  O. 

Howard  John  H.  (Lymle  &  H.),  dwl  S  s  East  Fourteenth  bet  Tenth 
and  Eleventh  avs,  E.  O. 

HOWARD'S  HALL,  N  s  Washington  bet  East  Twelfth  and  East 
Thirteenth,  E.  O. 

Howe  Collins,  carpenter  Hanson  &  Smith,  dwl  Bartlett  House. 

Howe  Henry  P.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  1ST  s  West  Thirteenth  bet 
Wood  and  Willow,  W.  O. 

Howe  H.  L.,  carriage  painter  King  &  Williams,  dwl  NE  cor  Ninth 
and  Washington. 

Howe  John,  teamster,  dwl  Thirty-fifth  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Howe  Joseph,  carpenter,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 


Plain  and  fancy  ice  cream  made  to  order  at  GORDON'S,  469  Ninth  St. 


0.  P.  S— Oatmeal  and  corn  meal,  416  Ninth  St.  nr  Broadway— 0.  F.  S. 


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Howe  J.  W.,  conductor  C.  P.  R.  R,  W.  O. 
Howe  L.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R,  W.  O. 

Howe  Montgomery,  miner,  dwl  NW  cor  Webster  and  Moss  Av. 

Howe  Samuel,  miner,  dwl  NW  cor  Webster  and  Moss  Av. 

Howell  Frederick,  carpenter,  dwl  600  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Howell  George,  dwl  N  s  Lydia  bet  Market  and  Curtis. 

Howell  Joseph  L.,  stationer  (S.  F.),  dwl  1109  Tenth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Howell  P.  A.,  farmer,  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  bet  Center  and  Kirk- 
ham,  W.  O. 

Howell  Peter,  foreman  Shattuck  &  Hillegass,  dwl  861  Washington. 

Howes  James,  mason,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-second  bet  West  and  Curtis. 

Howlett  Frederick,  laborer  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co. 

Howlett  S.,  capitalist,  dwl  Grand  Central  Hotel. 

Howlett  William,  boarding  and  lodging,  418-420  First 

Hoxie  C.  W.,  dwl  E  s  Peralta  bet  Ninth  and  Twelfth,  W.  O. 

Hoyt Major,  dwl  1057  Washington. 

Hoyt  David,  special  policeman,  dwl  Bartlett  House. 

Hoyt  J.  B.,  joiner  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Hoyt  Nathan  B.,  examiner  U.  S.  Appraiser's  Store  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s 
Peralta  bet  Lincoln  and  Seward,  W.  O. 

Hubbard  Adolphus  S.,  Whitney  &  Co.'s  Express,  dwl  819  Filbert, 

w.  o. 

Hubbard  Frederick,  painter,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine  and 

Cedar,  W.  O. 
Hubbard  H,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Hubbard  Patrick,  teamster  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co. 
Hubbard  Warren,  machinist  C.  P.  R.  R,  W.  O. 
Hubback  James,  dwl  763  Eighth. 

Huber  Charles,  jeweler  Mueller  &  Steffanoni,  dwl  725  Myrtle,  W.  O. 
Huber  Joseph,  blacksmith,  W  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr  Thirty-ninth. 
Hubert  A.  J.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Hubert  Joseph,  dwl  N  s  West  Twelfth  bet  Filbert  and  Myrtle,  W.  O. 
Hubert  Millie  Miss,  milliner,  dwl  Myrtle  bet  Fifth  and  Sixth,  W.  O. 
Huckne  William,  clerk   (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Market  bet  Tenth  and 

Eleventh. 
Hudoff  Charles,  clerk  H.  Turn  Suden  &  Co.,  dwl  701  East  Twelfth, 

E.  O. 
Hudson  A.  S.,  physician,  office  and  dwl  Russell  House. 
Hudson  George,  student,  dwl  Alta  House. 

Hudson  Henry  S.,  cashier  Cross  &  Co.  (S.  F.),  dwl  263  Twelfth. 
Hudson  James  H.,  cigars  and  tobacco,  1010  Broadway,  dwl  317 

Eleventh. 
Hudson  J.  R.,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Chase  bet  Wood  and  Willow, 

W.  O. 
Hueston  Ann  (widow),  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Union  and  Pop- 
lar, W.  O. 
Huet  Charles,  carpenter,  dwl  Overland  House. 
Huff  Lucien  B.,  real  estate,  dwl  474  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 
Hufschmidt  Henry,  plumber  and  gasfitter  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Seward 

bet  Wood  and  Willow,  W.  O. 


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218  OAKLAND       DIRECTORY. 


CHAP  PELLET  &  MLNER, 

Wholesale  and  Retail  Dealers  in 

WOOD,  COAL  and  COEE 

SOUTH  SIDE  OF  EIGHTH  STREET, 

(Bet.  (Broadway  and  Franklin,        OAKLAJV®. 

Seattle,  West  Hartley,  Sydney,  Chile,  Cumber- 
land, Scotch  Splint,  Bellingham  Bay*  Coos 
Bay,  Hard  Coal,  Charcoal,  Coke,  etc. 


ALL  GOODS  DELIVERED  FREE  OF  CHARGE 


WOOD  CUT  AND  SPLIT  BY  STEAM  POWER. 


The  CENTRAL  LAUD  COHPASY 

F.  B.  HASWELL,  Secretary  and  Business  Manager. 

Office,  Northeast  Cor.  Broadway  ani  Ninth.  St.,  Second  Story, 

Entrance,  95-1  Broadway,  east  side,  bet.  Ninth  and  Tenth  Sts,    (F.  0.  Box  299) 


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Any  style  of  improvement  desired  will  be  built  by  the  Company 
on  any  of  its  lots,  and  sold 

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The  enhancement  in  value  of  the  adjoining  lot  will  give  us 
all  the  profit  we  seek  to  make. 


The  best  ice  cream  freezers  for  sale  at  GORDON'S,  469  Ninth  Street. 


0.  F.  S—  Oakland  Peed  Store,  116  Ninth  St.  near  Broadway— 0.  F.  S. 


OAKLAND  DIRECTORY. 


219 


Hufschniidt  Louis,  plumber  and  gasfitter  (S.  F.),  dwl  SE  cor  "Wood 

and  Seward,  W.  O. 
Hugens  Joseph,  agent,  dwl  E  s  Center  bet  "West  Fifteenth,  and  West 

Sixteenth. 
Hughes  David,  clerk,  dwl  Ninth  Av.  bet  East  Sixteenth  and  East 

Seventeenth,  E.  O. 
Hughes  Edward  C,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Eleventh  bet  Center 

and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Hughes  Enoch,  lumberman,  dwl  S  s  Lydia  nr  Market,  W.  O. 
Hughes  Humphrey,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Hughes  James,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-second  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 
Hughes  James  G.,  dwl  903  Jackson. 

Hughes  John,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  P.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  "W.  O. 
Hughes  Patrick,  laborer  Taylor  &  Co.,  dwl  E  s  Grove  nr  Sixth. 
Hughes  Robert,  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Alice  and  Harrison. 
Hughes  Thomas  J.,  street  sprinkler,  dwl  515  East  Eleventh,  E.  0. 
Hughes  William,  captain  Swing  Crew  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry 

Wharf. 
Hughes  William  A.,  liquor  dealer  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Wood  bet  William 

and  Railroad  Av.,  W.  O. 
Hughes  William  B.,  captain  U.S.  A.,  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Castro  and 

Grove. 
Hugunin  Edward,  master  mariner,  dwl  967  Jefferson. 
Hulburt  William  Rev.,  dwl  367  East  Twelfth,  E  O. 
Hulce  H,  musician,  dwl  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Hull  Alexander,  dwl  W  s  Poplar  bet  West  Tenth  and  West  Twelfth, 

w.  o. 

Hultz  Charles,  upholsterer  E.  Hook,  dwl  Seventh  nr  Clay. 

Humbert  Jonas,  pressman  Oakland  News,  dwl  460  Ninth. 

Hume  E.  F.  Mrs.,  dwl  E  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr  Twenty-first. 

Hummeltenberg  William,  dwl  652  Harrison. 

Hummiston  William,  carpenter,  dwl  472  East  Eleventh,  E.  O. 

Humphreys  Thomas,  clerk,  dwl  S  s  West  Fourteenth  bet  Linden  and 

Filbert. 
Humphreys  William,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Campbell  bet  Railroad  Av. 

and  West  Eighth,  W.  O. 
Hunt  C.  H.,  clerk,  dwl  N  s  Fourteenth  nr  Market. 
Hunt  Charles  C,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  Eureka  Hotel. 
Hunt  Edwin,  deputy  assessor,  dwl  Thirteenth  nr  Washington. 
Hunt  George,  conductor  C.  P.  R.  R,,  dwl  Grand  Western  Hotel, 

W.  O. 
Hunt  George,  paper  carrier  H.  C.  Hollub,  dwl  Tenth  bet  Jefferson 

and  Grove. 
Hunt  George  H,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  1  Pine,  Pearson's  Row, 

W.  O. 
Hunt  Henry  S.,  teamster,  E  s  Broadway  nr  Seventh,  dwl  811  Castro. 
Hunt  Joseph  (Hunt  &   Wharton),  dwl  Twenty-first  Av.  bet  East 

Twenty-fifth  and  East  Twenty-sixth,  E.  O. 
Hunt  M.,  foreman  Amos  White,  dwl  619  Tenth. 
Hunt  P.,  turner,  dwl  West  Sixteenth  bet  Cypress  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 


OIGUE  going  to  purchase  Stationery— try  STRICKLAND  &  CO. 


E.  W.  "WOODWARD  &  CO.,  958  Bdwy,  houses  rented— rents  collected. 


220  OAKLAND  DIRECTORY. 

Hunt  Walter,  d  wl  NW  cor  Twenty-first  Av.  and  East  Twenty-fifth,  E.  O. 

Hunt  William  M.,  salesman  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Broadway  bet  Twenti- 
eth and  Twenty-first. 

HUNT  &  WHARTON  (Joseph  Hunt  and  J.  R.  Wharton),  feed 
store,  408  Tenth. 

Hunter  James,  machinist,  dwl  Tenth  bet  Market  and  West. 

Hunter  John  P.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 

Hunter  Mary  (widow),  dwl  N  s  West  Ninth  bet  Center  and  Chester, 
W.  O. 

Hunter  N.,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Kirkham  and  Center,  W.  O. 

Huntington  George,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Linden  bet  Twenty-eighth 
and  Thirtieth. 

Huntington  Urial,  carpenter,  dwl  NE  cor  Wood  and  West  Eighth, 

w.  o. 

Huntley  D wight  B.,  dwl  W  s  Webster  bet  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth. 

Huntley  Porter  C,  dwl  W  s  Webster  bet  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth. 

Huntley  Thomas,  dwl  S  s  West  Fourteenth  bet  Chestnut  and  Linden. 

Hunton  Logan,  insurance  agent,  dwl  616  Eighth. 

Huot  Charles,  carpenter  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co. 

Huper  Charles,  laborer  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co. 

Hurd  Frank,  clerk  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Sycamore  bet  Telegraph  Av. 

and  Grove. 
Hurd  J.  Mrs.,  dwl  921  Broadway. 
Hurd  John,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Merrimac  bet  Webster  and 

Telegraph  Av. 
Hurd  Morgan  S.,  freight  agent  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Sycamore  bet 

Telegraph  Av.  and  Grove. 
Hurl  J.,  carpenter,  dwl  476  Eighth. 

Hurley  James,  butcher  Rice  &  White,  dwl  Eland  House. 
Hurley  James,  lather,  dwl  372  Seventh. 
Hurley  Thomas,  laborer,  dwl  859  Clay,  rear. 
Hurley  Timothy,  gardener,  dwl  W  s  Alice  cor  Eighteenth. 
Hurll  William  T.,  groceries  and  liquors,  619  Broadway. 
Hurly  Daniel,  blacksmith,  dwl  416  Seventh. 
Hurly  Timothy,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 
Huse  Michael,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Hussey  Amasa,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Ninth  bet  Chester  and  Peralta. 

W.  0. 
Hussey  John,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

Hutchings  Daniel  F.,  marine  surveyor  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  East  Elev- 
enth bet  Ninth  and  Tenth  avs,  E.  O. 
Hutchins  Charles  E.,  steward  Industrial  School  (S.  F.),  dwl  671 

Fourth. 
Hutchins  George  H.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  SE  cor  Tenth  and 

Madison. 
Hutchinson  Fannie  (widow),  dwl  969  Washington. 
Hutchinson  John  G.,  carpenter,  dwl  Star  House,  W.  O. 
Hutchinson  Paul,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Lydia  nr  Market. 
Hutchinson  Samuel,  miner,  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  bet  Center  and 

Kirkham,  W.  O. 


Try  GORDON'S  ice  cream,  it  is  the  best  and  cheapest.   469  Ninth  St. 


0. P. S—  Oil-cake  meal  and  ground  barl'y, 416  Ninth nr Bdwy— 0. F. S. 


OAKLAND  DIRECTORY.  221 

Hutchinson  T.  R,  salesman  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Filbert  bet  West  Eighth 

and  West  Tenth,  W.  O. 
Hutchinson  William  S.,  dwl  S  s  Merrimac  nr  Webster. 
Hutchison  A.,  miller  Babcock  &  Gould,  res  San  Francisco. 
HUTCHISON  JAMES,  proprietor  Bay  Nursery,  NE  cor  Telegraph 

Av.  and  Bay  Place,  office  and  seed  store  NW  cor  Broadway  and 

Fourteenth. 
Hutt  Walter,  laborer  Richard  Watts,  NE  cor  Railroad  Av.  and  Bay, 

W.  O. 
Huttleston  Frederick,  shoemaker  George  Huttleston,  S  s  Railroad 

Av.  bet  Pine  and  Cedar,  W.  O. 
Huttleston  George,  boot  and  shoemaker,  S  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine 

and  Cedar,  W.  O. 
Huxley  C.  N.,  farmer,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Khkham  and  Pop- 
lar, W.  O. 
Huxtart  Peter,  peddler,  dwl  W  s  Lewis  bet  West  Third  and  West 

Fifth,  W.  O. 
Hyde  Ebenezer  H,  fancy  goods,  toys,  etc.,  SW  cor  Broadway  and 

Eleventh,  dwl  Benitz  Block. 
Hyde  Isaac,  superintendent  What  Cheer  House  (S.  F.),  dwl  NW  cor 

Jefferson  and  Eighth. 
Hyde  Thomas  J.,  school  teacher,  dwl  458  Twelfth. 
Hyde  T.  J.  Mrs.,  fancy  goods  and  needlework,  458  Twelfth. 
Hyde  R.,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Wood  and  Willow,  W.  O. 
Hyde  William  B.,  engineer,  dwl  162  Third. 
Hyman  Isaac,  peddler,  dwl  356  Third. 
Hyman  Philip,  dwl  521  Sixth. 
Hynes  Timothy,  laborer  Contra  Costa  Water  Co. 
Hyland  John,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

I. 

Ibbertson  John,  machinist,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 

Icke  Katie,  dressmaker,  dwl  763  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Ikirt  Rose  Miss,  artist  Dunham  &  Lathrop,  dwl  967  Jackson. 

Use  William  A.,  assayer,  dwl  677  Sixth. 

Imlay  Charles,  farmer,  dwl  Adeline  nr  Thirtieth. 

Imperial  and  Queen  Insurance  Cos.    (Imperial,  Fire,  London,  and 

Queen,  Fire,  Liverpool,  Eng.),  H.  L.  Roff  &  Co.  agents,  office 

1004  Broadway. 
IMPROVED  ORDER  OF  RED   MEN,  meet  at  Pythian  Hall, 

1058  Broadway. 
INDEPENDENT  ORDER  OF  GOOD  TEMPLARS  (temperance), 

meet  at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall,  NW  cor  Franklin  and  Eleventh. 
INDEPENDENT  ORDER  OF  ODD  FELLOWS,  halls  766  East 

Twelfth,  E.  O.,  and  NW  cor  Franklin  and  Eleventh. 
INDEPENDENT    ORDER    OF   RED   MEN,  meet  at  Pythian 

Hall,  1058  Broadway. 
INGERSOLL  WILLIAM  B.,  photograph  gallery,  SW  cor  Broad- 
way and  Twelfth. 


All  goods  are  sold  at  Eastern  prices  at  STRICKLAND  &  CO.'S  store. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  houses  and  lots  in  all  parts  of  the  city. 


OAKLAND        '    T]       DIRECTORY. 


Ingerson  Charles  A.,  carpenter  Bletlien  &  Terry,  chvl  527  Eighth. 
Ingham  James,  farmer,  dwl  Adeline  nr  Thirteenth. 
Ingols  James  E.,  clerk  S.  F.  Refining  Works,  dwl  604  Fourteenth. 
Ingram  Thomas,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  West  Ninth  bet  Center  and 

Chester,  W.  0. 
Ingi-aham  Robert  H.,  clerk  machine  shop  C.  P.  R.  R.  O.  P.,  dwl  NE 

cor  Atlantic  and  Cedar,  W.  O. 
In  wall   John  H.,  barkeeper  J.   J.    Hanifin,   dwl   S  s  Eighth   bet 

Webster  and  Harrison. 
Ipsam  John  P.  H.,  carpenter  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  W  s  Myrtle  bet 

West  Fourth  and  West  Fifth. 
Ipsen  Peter  J.,  teamster  E.    Surry hne,  dwl    Railroad    Exchange, 

W.  O. 
Ireland  James,  agent,  dwl  E  s  Filbert  nr  Thirtieth. 
Ireland  James,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Twentieth  W  of  Twenty- 
first  Av.,  E.  O. 
Irish   Spencer  K.,  machinist,  dwl  S  s   Goss  bet   Pine  and  Cedar, 

W.  O. 
Irish  Stephen  L.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and 

Cedar,  W.  O. 
Ironmonger  Cornelius  J.,  restaurant,  dwl  364  First. 
Irons  J.  H.,  carpenter  California  Bridge  and  Building  Co. 
Irvin  John,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  953  Washington. 
Irvin  William,  miner,  dwl  271  Eighth. 
Irving  William  K.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  671  Sixth. 
Irwin  Benoni,  artist,  dwl  1008  Ninth  Av.,  E.  O. 
Irwin  C.  E.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Taylor  bet  Wood  and 

Willow,  W.  O. 
Irwin  Stewart,  coachman,  dwl  N  s  West  Twenty-second  bet   Curtis 

and  West,  W.  O. 
Isaacson  Andrew,  carpet  layer  Charles  L.  Taylor. 
Ivey  James  M.,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Tenth  Av.   bet  East   Fifteenth 

and  East  Sixteenth,  E.  O. 
Ivins  Ernest,  student,  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  West   Ninth   and   West 

Twelfth,  W.  O. 

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Jacken  Jules,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

Jackins  D.  W.,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  San  Jose. 

Jackson  Adam,  coachman,  dwl  W  s  Chester  bet   West  Third  and 

West  Fifth,  W.  O. 
Jackson  A.  G.,  carpenter,  dwl  512  Eighth. 
Jackson  Edward,  sawyer,  dwl  S  s  West  Eighteenth  bet  Market  and 

West,  W.  O. 
Jackson  George  S.,  carpenter  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  Twenty-eighth 

nr  Linden. 
Jackson  George  W.  J.,  carpenter,  dwl  512  Eighth. 
Jackson  J.  E.,  dwl  W  s  Short  bet  Goss  and  Division,  W.  O. 
Jackson  Joseph,  farmer,  dwl  Chestnut  bet  Adeline  and  San  Pablo  Av. 


Drink  Napa  Soda  and  enjoy  life  and  health.    Agency,  469  Ninth  St 


0. F. S—  Hay,  ground  feed,  and  grain,  416  Ninth  near  Bdwy— 0.  F.  S. 


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Jackson  Michael  J.,  gardener,  dwl  W  s  Harrison  bet  Fotu-teenth  and 

Fifteenth. 
Jackson  Oscar  T.,  hairdressing  saloon,  S  s  Railroad  A  v.  bet  Wood 

and  Pine,  dwl  E  s  Pine  bet  Railroad  Av.  and  West   Eighth, 

w.  o. 

Jackson  Robert,  carpenter,  dwl  cor  Adeline  and  San  Pablo  Av. 
Jackson  Robert  F.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Campbell  bet  Chase 

and  Taylor,  W.  O. 
Jackson  S.,  carpenter.,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet   Cedar   and   Pine, 

w.  o. 

Jackson  Samuel,  tinsmith  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Twelfth  bet   Center  and    I  «=• 
Kirkham,  W.  O.  g 

Jackson  William  L.,  porter  (S.    F.),  dwl  W  s  Chester  bet   West      ca 


Third  and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 


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Jacobs   Caroline  A.  Miss,  pabKc  lecturer,  dwl  N  s   East   Sixteenth  o 

bet  Seventh  and  Eighth  avs.  E.  O.  ^ 

Jacobs  John,  mill  hand,  dwl  470  Eighth.  t"1 

Jacobs  Richard  G.,  miner,  dwl  N  s   Railroad  Av.  bet   Union   and  ^ 

Poplar,  W.  0.  g 

Jacobson   Alexander,   ship  carpenter   C.    P.    R.    R.,   dwl   Railroad  c*" 


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Exchange,  W.  O.  sj 

Jacobson  Christopher,  ship  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Jacobson  Gustave,  ship  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Lewis  bet  West  Third      B 

and  West  Fifth,  W.  O.  |  P" 

Jacobus   C.  T.,  carpenter,  dwl   S  s  West  Eighth  bet  Adeline   and 

Union,  W.  O. 
Jacoby  John,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Logan  nr  Telegraph  Av. 
Jacoby  R.  F.,  pipe-maker  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  dwl  W  s   Logan 

nr  Telegraph  Av. 
Jacquenot  Xavier,  fruits  and  vegetables,  S  s  East  Fourteenth  bet 

Eighteenth  and  Nineteenth  avs.,  E.  O. 
Jambois  Antonia,  dwl  671  Webster.  j=* 

James  Benjamin  (James  A  DietrickJ,  dwl  Jefferson  bet   Fifth  and 

Sixth. 
JAMES'  BLOCK,  NW  cor  Railroad  Av.  and  Wood,  W.  0. 
James  Charles,  painter,  dwl  517  Ninth. 

James   George,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 
James  J.,  painter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House, 

W.  0. 
James  Jefferson  G.,  stock  raiser,  dwl  763  Twelfth. 
James  Joshua,   carpenter  Hanson   &   Smith,  dwl   E  s   Grove  bet 

Twenty-sixth  and  Twenty-seventh. 
James  M.  Mrs.,  dwl  E  s  Grove  nr  Sycamore. 
James  Mary  (widow),  dwl  S  s  Locust  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 
James  Samuel,  master  mariner,  dwl  Grand  Western  Hotel,  W.    O. 
James  £  Deitrick  (Benjamin  James  and  A.  A.  Deitrick),  butchers, 

550  Seventh. 
Jamison  Jasper,  laborer,  dwl  Union  nr  Twenty-sixth. 
Janes  R.  H,  foreman  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Janin  Louis,  niining  engineer  (S.  F.),  dwl  Ws  Webster  nr  Seventeenth. 


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STRICKLAND  &  CO.,  Books  and  Stationery,  1061  Broadway,  Oakland. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  958  Broadway,  Oakland  Real  Estate. 


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Janis  Francis,  farmer,  dwl  S  s  East  Seventeenth  bet  Eleventh  and 

Twelfth  avs,  E.  O. 
Janney  A.  M.,  clerk  Peter  Baker,  dwl  363  Fifth. 
Jannsen  Ernest,  dwl  515  Eighth. 
Janoin  George,  sawyer  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co. 
Jansen  H.,  carpenter  California  Bridge  and  Building  Co. 
Jansen  Louis,  laborer  Shakespear  &  Walter,  dwl  413  Eleventh. 
Jansen  M.,  laborer  Remillard  &  Bros.,  res  San  Francisco. 
Janson  P.  A.,  cabinetmaker  Clark  &  Co.,  dwl  SW  cor  Jackson  and 

Fifth. 
Janvrin  George   M.,   sawyer,  dwl   Filbert  bet  Twenty-eighth  and 

Twenty-ninth. 
Jarvis  Thomas  W.,  Empire   Market,  753   East  Twelfth  E.  O.,  dwl 

SE  cor  Ninth  Av.  and  East  Eleventh,  E.  O. 
Jasney  F.,  millhand  Pacific  Planing  Mill,  W.  O. 
Jay  John,  laborer  Taylor  &  Co.,  res  Alameda. 
JAYNE  ANSELM  H.,  police  judge,  office  8  City  Hall,  dwl  617 

Thirteenth. 
Jayne  Emily  E.   Miss,  teacher  Irving  Grammar  School,  dwl   617 

Thirteenth. 
Jedder  John,  laborer,  dwl  850  Franklin. 
Jeffers  John,  clerk,  dwl  W  s  Willow  bet  West  Twelfth  and  West 

Thirteenth,  W.  O. 
Jeffers  William  H.,  dwl  366  Eighth. 

Jenison ,  carpenter,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 

Jenkins  C.  S.,  brakeman  C.  P.  P.  P.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Jenkins  Frederick  E.,  band  sawyer  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co.,  dwl 

607  Third. 
Jenkins  J.  W.,  dwl  856  Broadway. 
Jenkins  Timothy  F.,  real  estate  agent,  dwl  N  s  Seventh  bet  Brush 

and  Castro. 
Jenkins  Washington  A.,  dwl  S  s  Fifth  bet  Jackson  and  Alice. 
Jenkins  William,  hostler  Newland  &  Pumyea,  dwl  462  Seventh. 
Jenks  Frank  A.,  broker  (S.   F.),  dwl  NE   cor  West  Twelfth  and 

Poplar,  W.  O. 
Jennings  A.  J.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  West  Fourteenth  bet  Market 

and  West,  W.  O. 
Jennings  George  F.,  dwl  967  Jackson. 
Jennings  Thomas,  carpenter,  dwl  Eland  House. 
Jennings  Samuel,  laborer,  dwl  E  s  Lewis  bet  West  Third  and  West 

Fifth. 
Jennings  William,  tailor  M.  J.  Healy,  dwl  409  Seventh. 
Jensen  Hans,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Logan  nr  Telegraph  Av. 
Jenson  Kate  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood, 

W.  O. 
Jerome  E.  B.,  secretary  U.  S.  Collector  of  Customs  (S.  F.),  dwl  755 

Webster. 
Jerrole  Frank,  fireman,  dwl  N  s  Chase  bet  Willow  and   Campbell, 

W.  O. 
Jester  Decker  T.,  blacksmith  M.  W.  Allen,  dwl  1005  Franklin. 


GORDON'S  Ice  Cream  Manufactory,  469  Ninth  Street,  Oakland. 


0.  F.  S.— Hominy  and  cracked  wheat,  116  Ninth  St.  nr  Bdwy— 0.  P.  S. 


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Jewell  Charles,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O.         I 

Jewett  David,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Lydia  bet  Curtis  and  West,  W.   O. 

Jewett  George,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Feny  Wharf. 

Jewett  George  D.,  dwl  E  s  Franklin  nr  Eighteenth. 

Jewitt  Jarvis,  advertising  agent  (S.  F.),  dwl  800  Castro. 

Jewett   S.  N.   Miss,  teacher   High  School,   dwl   E  s   Franklin   nr 

Eighteenth. 

Joannes ,  tailor,  dwl  527  Seventh. 

Job  Margaret  Mme.,  dressmaker,  dwl  607  Sixth. 

John  Louis,  bathman  F.  W.  Seeglitz,  dwl  cor  Seventh  and  Clay. 

Johns  A.  W.,  stock  broker,  dwl  921  Broadway. 

Johnson  Addie  (widow),  dwl  710  Brush. 

Johnson  A.  H.  Miss,  dressmaker,  dwl  516  Ninth. 

Johnson  A.  T.,  carpenter,  dwl  417  Seventh. 

Johnson   Benjamin   F.,   carpenter,   dwl   S  s  West  Fourteenth    bet 

Chestnut  and  Linden,  W.  O. 
Johnson  Charles,  laborer,  dwl  709  Jackson. 
Johnson  Charles,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Prospect  Av.  nr  Broadway. 
Johnson  Charles  M.,  photographer  William  B.   Ingersoll,  dwl  N  s 

Durant  bet  Broadway  and  Franklin. 
Johnson  Charles  A.,  barkeeper  S.  F.  Mickle,  dwl  677  East  Twelfth, 

•   E.  O.  * 

Johnson  Charles  J.,  laborer  Oakland  Lumber  Yard,  dwl  709  Jack- 
son. 
Johnson  Cornelius,  chief  porter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  710  Brush. 
Johnson  Delia  Miss,  dressmaker,  dwl  475  Ninth. 
JOHNSON  EBEN,  groceries  and  provisions,  NE  cor  Market  and 

Twelfth,  dwl  SW  cor  West  and  Thirteenth. 
Johnson  Frank,  machine  hand  Burnham,  Standeford  &,  Co.,  dwl  611 

Third. 
Johnson  Frank   S.,  bookkeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr 

Twenty-second. 
Johnson  Frederick,  laundryman   C.   Partenscky,  N  s  Twelfth  bet 

Center  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Johnson  F.  T.,  hackman,  dwl  512  Eighth. 
Johnson  George,  boxmaker,  dwl  760  Eleventh. 
Johnson  George  I.,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Johnson  Henry,  cook  R.  S.  Bailey  &  Co.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf,  res 

San  Francisco. 
Johnson  Henry    K.,  miner,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine  and 

Wood,  W.  O. 
Johnson  Hettie  (widow),  dwl  553  Sixth. 
Johnson  Hiram  A.,  carpenter,  dwl  364  Ninth. 
Johnson  I.,  bootmaker  John  Baker,  dwl  617  Broadway. 
Johnson  James,  capitalist,  dwl  West  Oakland  House,  W.  O. 
Johnson  James,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Johnson  J.  B.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Johnson  James  P.,candymaker  Bruning  Brothers,  dwl  833  Broadway. 
Johnson  Jerome,  carpenter,  dwl  SW  cor  Lewis  and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 
Johnson  J.  J.,  machinist,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 


STRICKLAND  <&  CO.  keep  the  best  Gold  Pens  in  the  "World. 

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Corner  First  and  Grove  Streets. 


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Stairs  of  Every  Description,  Kails,  Newels,  Balusters,  Moldings, 

kept  on  hand  or  made  to  order.     Scroll  Sawing,  Plain 

or  Fancy  fuming  done  promptly.     Orders  from  the 

country  shipped  on   the   shortest  notice. 

P.   BOOQUERA.Z, 

822  BROADWAY, 

Southeast  Corner  of  Sixth  and  Broadway,      -     Oakland. 

fWholesale  and  Retail  Dealer  In  Choice 

Wines ,  Branflies ,  Whiskies ,  Cordials,  Importefl  Lips. 

Goods  delivered  to  any  part  of  the  City  free  of  charge. 


Sole  Agent  for  O.  "W.  CRAIG'S  Celebrated  Sonoma  "Wine  and  Brandy. 

H.   BOWMAN, 

DRUGGIST  ABU  APOTHECARY 

(FORMERLY  OF  SACRAMENTO.) 

No.  913  Broadway,  bet.  Eighth  and  Ninth  Streets. 


Everything  New,  Fresh   and  of  the  Best   Quality.    Prescriptions  care- 
fully compounded  at  all  hours. 


GORDON'S  ice  cream  is  the  best  and  cheapest.    469  Ninth  St. 


0.  P.  S—  "Wheat  and  cracked  com,  416  Ninth  nr Broadway.— 0.  F.  S. 


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Johnson  John,  broker,  dwl  767  Alice. 

Johnson  John,  cabinetmaker  E.  Hook,  dwl  522  Second. 

Johnson  John,  carpenter,  dwl  417  Seventh. 

Johnson  John,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av.  nr  Adeline. 

Johnson  John,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  West  Ninth 

and  West  Twelfth,  W.  O. 
Johnson  John,  stairbuilder,  dwl  667  Washington. 
Johnson  John  W.,  mining,  dwl  665  Fourth. 
Johnson  Joseph,  carpenter,  dwl  cor  Twenty-second  and  Curtis. 
Johnson  Joseph,  wagonmaker,  dwl  366  Tenth. 

Johnson  J.  S.,  bookkeeper  Renton  Coal  Co.,  dwl  cor  Fifth  and  Alice. 
Johnson  J.  W.,  laborer  California  Bridge  and  Building  Co. 
Johnson  Lawrence,  cook  Haugsted  &  Petersen,  dwl  851  Franklin. 
Johnson  Perry,  city  marshal  and  tax  collector,  office  5  City  Hall, 

dwl  360  Second. 
Johnson  Peter,  laborer,  dwl  838  Broadway. 

Johnson  S.  E.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Sixteenth  bet  Market  and  West. 
Johnson  S.  W.  (Downing  <fc  J.),  res  Pacheco. 
Johnson  T.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Central  Pacific  Railroad 

House,  W.  O. 
Johnson  T.,  plumber  Robert  Dalziel.  # 

Johnson  Thomas,  dwl  718  Fourth. 
Johnson  Thomas,  ship  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  0. 
Johnson  Thomas,  stableman  Foster  T.  Clark,  dwl  601  East  Twelfth, 

E.  O. 
Johnson  W.  A.,  carpenter,  dwl  962  Clay. 
Johnson  W.  B.,  agent,  dwl  E  s  Linden  bet  West  Twelfth  and  West 

Fourteenth,  W.  O. 
Johnson  William,  bootmaker,  467  Sixth. 
Johnson  William,  stableman  and  gardener  George  E.  Grant,  W  s 

Fourth  Av.  bet  East  Sixteenth  and  East  Seventeenth,  E.  O. 
Johnson  Wilham  M.,  trainer  J.  C.  Simpson,  dwl  nr  Oakland  Trotting 

Park. 
Johnston  G.,  grainer,  dwl  417  Seventh. 
Johnston  Jeremiah,  packer  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Pine  bet  Taylor  and  Sew- 

ward,  W.  O. 
Johnston  Joseph  E.,  carriagemaker  M.  W.  Allen,  dwl  366  Tenth. 
Johnston  W.,  carpenter,  dwl  417  Seventh. 
Johnston  William  J.,  clerk  Wells.  Fargo  &  Co.  (S.  F.),  dwl  Tenth 

Av.  bet  East  Fifteenth  and  East  Sixteenth,  E.  O. 
Jolly  Robert,  gardener  John  D.  Arthur,  dwl  SW  cor  Twelfth  and 

Castro. 
Jonas  Edward,  teamster,  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  West. 

Jones Mrs.,  dressmaker,  dwl  1068  Broadway. 

Jones  A.,  carpenter,  dwl  Fifteenth  bet  Cypress  and  Center,  W.  O. 

Jones  A.,  engineer,  dwl  Fifteenth  nr  Center,  W.  O. 

Joues  A.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Jones  Benjamin  F.,  plasterer,  dwl  E  s  Broadway  nr  Seventh. 

Jones  B.  R.,  dwl  910  Washington. 

Jones  Charles,  builder,  dwl  W  s  Castro  nr  Twelfth. 


0  rc  U  E  going  to  buy  Stationery— try  STRICKLAND  &  CO.'S. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  953  Broadway,  farms  and  ranches  for  sale. 


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Jones  C.  H.,  butcher  Phillips  &  Chandler,  dwl  Mansion  House,  E.  O. 
Jones  Daniel  H.,  porter  C.  P.  P.  P.,  dwl  Harrison  bet  Fifth  and  Sixth. 
Jones  E.  Lee,  physician  and  surgeon,  office  and  dwl  564  Twelfth. 
Jones  Edward,  laborer,  dwl  Twenty-second  nr  Curtis. 
Jones  Edward,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  P.,  dwl  Star  House,  W.  0. 
Jones  Elon  G.,  janitor  High  and  Irving  School,  dwl  539  Tenth. 
Jones    Emma   Miss,   dressmaker  Mrs.   P.   T.   Reynolds,   dwl   325 

Twelfth. 
Jones  Fredenberg  (McGeorge  &  J.),  res  San  Francisco. 
Jones  George  A.,  machinist,  dwl  N  s  Pailroad  Av.  bet  Union  and 

Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Jones  G.  H.,  carpenter,  dwl  417  Seventh. 
Jones  H.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  West  Fourteenth  bet  Linden  and 

Filbert,  W.  O. 
Jones  Henry,  butcher  Phillips  &  Chandler,  dwl   1114  Eighteenth 

Av.,  E.  O. 
Jones  Henry,  butcher  Thomas  W.  Jarvis,  dwl  W  s  Twelfth  Av.  bet 

East  Eleventh  and  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Jones  Henry  P.,  professor  State  University,  dwl  S  s  Second  bet  Alice 

and  Jackson. 
Johns  H.  N.,  maclfciist  C.  P.  P.  P.,  W.  O. 
Jones  Jacob,  laborer,  dwl  Twenty-second  nr  Curtis. 
Jones  John,  miner,  dwl  1ST  s  Fourteenth  nr  Market. 
Jones  J.  H.,  painter,  dwl  363  Fourth. 
Jones  J.  N.,  bookkeeper,  dwl  508  Eighth. 
Jones  John,  dwl  NW  cor  Jefferson  and  Second. 
Jones  John,  calker  C.  P.  P.  P.,  W.  0. 
Jones  J.  P.,  fireman  C.  P.  P.  P.,  W.  O. 
Jones  L.  M.,  builder,  dwl  W  s  Castro  nr  Twelfth. 
Jones  M.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Jones  Montgomery,  calker  C.  P.  P.  R.,  W.  O. 
Jones  O.  P.,  builder,  dwl  W  s  Castro  nr  Twelfth. 
Jones  O.  P.,  machinist,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 
Jones  P.,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Chester  bet  West  Ninth  and  West 

Twelfth,  W.  O. 
Jones  Paul,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-first  bet  Market  and  Curtis. 
Jones  P.  H.,  carpenter,  dwl  914  Harrison. 
Jones  Samuel  T.,  salesman  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Wood  bet  William  and 

Atlantic,  W.  O. 
Jones  Sarah  R.  (widow),  dwl  833  Franklin. 
Jones  T.  H.  P.,  mining,  dwl  514  Tenth. 

Jones  Thomas,  gardener  James  Cobbledick,  177  East  Twelfth,  E.  0. 
Jones  Thomas,  mill  hand,  dwl  Peralta  nr  Thirty-fourth. 
Jones  Thomas  A.,  painter,  dwl  S  s  Nineteenth  bet  Castro  and  Brush. 
Jones  Thomas  W.,  joiner  C.  P.  P.  P.,  W.  O. 
Jones  William,  carpenter,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 
Jones  William  H.,  cabinetmaker,  dwl  403  Ninth. 
Jones  William  L.   Rev.,  secretary  Board  of   Education,  dwl  N  s 

Sycamore  nr  Grove. 
Jordan  Augustus,  dwl  West  Twelfth  nr  Wood,  W.  O. 


J.  S.  G.  GORDON  is  the  pioneer  ice  man.    Office,  469  Ninth  Street. 


0.  F.  S—  Every  bale  of  hay  sold  by  weight,  416  Ninth  Street— 0.  F.  S. 


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Jordan  E.  M.,  turner  Burnham,  Standefoi'd  &  Co. 

Jordan  Edward,  plasterer,  dwl  Magnolia  bet  Twenty-eighth  and 
Thirtieth. 

Jordan  James,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Jordan  Joseph,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Goss  bet  Cedar  and  Bay,  W.  0. 

Jordan  Joseph  W.,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Thirteenth  Av.  nr 
East  Twenty-sixth,  E.  O. 

Jordan  Michael,  brickmaker,  dwl  Union  Hotel,  E.  O. 

JORDAN  WILLIAM  H.,  secretary  and  manager  the  Real  Estate 
Union,  office  921  Broadway,  dwl  N  s  Sixteenth  bet  Jefferson 
and  Grove. 

Jordan  W.  P.,  poultry  ranch,  Park  Tract  nr  Indian  Gulch,  E.  O. 

Joseph  Antoine,  laborer,  dwl  360  Third,  rear. 

Joseph  Jerome,  laborer  Taylor  &  Co.,  dwl  E  s  Grove  nr  Twenty- 
eighth. 

Joseph  Manuel,  laborer  Babcock  &  Gould,  dwl  Third  bet  Franklin 
and  Webster. 

Joseph  P.,  teacher  St.  Joseph  Academy,  dwl  SW  cor  Fifth  and  Jack- 
son. 

Josephs  P.,  plasterer,  dwl  574  Fourth. 

Josephs  P.  A,  clerk,  dwl  574  Fourth. 

Jost  Edward,  waiter  Richard  Watts,  NE  cor  Railroad  Av.  and  Bay, 

w.  o. 

Jost  George,  farmer,  dwl  E  s  Peralta  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Jost  George,  mason,  dwl  W  s  Curtis  nr  Twenty-first. 

Jost  H.  A.,  carpenter,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 

Jost  Jasper,  miner,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.   bet   Cedar  and  Pine, 

w.  o. 

Jouanneau  Julius,  tailor  Samuel  Francis,  dwl  NE  cor   Seventh  and 

Clay. 
JOURNAL  COMPANY  (Charles  Schmitt,  K.  F.   Wiemeyer,  and 

A.  M.  Schutt),    proprietors  and  publishers  Oakland  Journal, 

office  911  Broadway. 
Joy  A.  Miss,  housekeeper,  519  Tenth. 
Jubb  Thomas  C,  painter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Eland  House. 
JUDGE  COUNTY  COURT,  S.  G.  Nye,  chambers  County  Court 

House. 
Judge  Owen,  laborer,  dwl  458  Fifth. 

JUDGE  POLICE  COURT,  A.  H.  Jayne,  chambers  8  City  Hall. 
JUDGE  PROBATE  COURT,  S.  G.  Nye,  chambers  County  Court 

House. 
JUDGE  THIRD  DISTRICT  COURT,  S.  B.  McKee,  chambers 

1004  Broadway. 
Jugneit  Frederick,  coppersmith   C.   P.   R.   R.,  dwl   Central   Pacific 

Railroad  House,  W.  O. 
Julian  John  B.,  dwl  E  s  Broadway  nr  Twenty-ninth. 
Jung  William,  upholsterer  Schrieber  &  Meyer,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 
Jungerman  Edward,  real  estate  (S.  F.),  dwl  769  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Jurgewitz  John,  gardener  Augustus  F.  Rodgers,  dwl  NE  cor  Twenty- 
first  Av.  and  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 


Buy  your  Pianos  and  Organs  at  STEICKLAND  &  CO.'S  Book  store. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  958  Bdwy,  homes  on  the  instalment  plan. 


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JUSTICES   OF    THE    PEACE,  Oakland   Township,    George   H. 
Fogg,  814  Broadway,  and  James  Lentell,  406  Eleventh. 


K. 

Kaas  Peter,  gilder  Lutz  &  Berg,  dwl  671  Webster. 

Kaese  August  (Kaese,  Rode  &  Go.),  dwl  E  s  San  Pablo  Av.  bet 
Seventeenth  and  Eighteenth. 

KAESE,  BODE  &  CO.  (August  Kaese,  Christian  Bode  &  Frederick 
Reimers),  gunsmiths,  locksmiths,  and  bell  hangers,  419   Tenth. 

Kafflisch  Leonhardt,  confectioner  John  B.  Pfister,  dwl  1067  Broad- 
way. 

Kain  Eugene,  laborer  C.  P.  B.  B.,  W.  O. 

Kain  John,  dairyman,  dwl  W  s  Broadway  nr  Moss  Av. 

Kaiser  Martin,  upholsterer,  423  Tenth. 

Kallenberg  Emil,  hairdresser  Charles  Stulz,  dwl  N  s  Bailroad  Av. 
bet  Wood  and  Willow,  W.  O. 

Kallstrom  Herman,  pilot  stm  Amador,  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  bet 
Willow  and  Campbell,  W.  O. 

Kalmbach  Dennis,  fireman  C.  P.  B.  B.,  W.  O. 

Kalmbach  George,  fireman  C.  P.  B.  B.,  W.  O. 

Kalmon  Julius,  salesman  Coffee  &  Furst,  dwl  Broadway  bet  First 
and  Second. 

Kanaan  Ann  Miss,  cook  S.  B.  McKee,  NW  cor  Adeline  and  West 
Twelfth,  W.  O. 

Kanary  John,  contractor,  dwl  319  Fifth. 

Kane  Cathai'ine  Miss,  seamstress,  dwl  411  Ninth. 

Kane  Dennis,  laborer,  dwl  612  Fifth. 

Kane  Eugene,  laborer  C.  P.  B.  B.,  dwl  Bailroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 

Kane  Frank,  barkeeper  420  Eleventh,  dwl  518  Sixth. 

Kane  George,  laborer,  dwl  junction  Logan  and  San  Bablo  Av. 

Kane  Lizzie  Miss,  cook  Edward  P.  Flint,  W  s  Washington  bet 
Twelfth  and  Thirteenth. 

Kane  Michael,  stableman,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirk- 
ham,  W.  O. 

Kane  Patrick,  laborer  C.  P.  B.  B.,  dwl  E  s  Henry  bet  West  Third 
and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 

Kane  William,  waiter  B.  A.  Litle,  Grand  Western  Bestaurant,  W.  O. 

Kanup  Jacob,  laborer,  dwl  E  s  Wood  bet  Taylor  and  Seward,  W.  O. 

Karsner  James  H.,  clerk  P.  J.  Beilly,  dwl  Eureka  Hotel. 

Kase  J.  H.,  dwl  S  s  West  Eighth  bet  Wood  and  Willow,  W.  0. 

Kaskell  W.,  blacksmith,  dwl  Thirty-seventh  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Kate  William,  plumber,  dwl  Union  nr  Twenty-fourth. 

Kating  P.,  laborer,  dwl  Twenty-second  bet  Myrtle  and  Market. 

Katz  Louis,  clerk,  dwl  409  Ninth. 

Kaufman  Tobias,  peddler,  dwl  555  Seventh. 

Kay  Daniel,  clerk,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  West  Tenth  and  West 
Twelfth,  W.  O. 

Kearn  W.,  joiner  C.  P.  B.  B.,  W.  O. 


Drink  Napa  Soda,  a  pure,  natural  mineral  water.  Agency,  169  Ninth. 


0.  F.  S.— Every  tale  of  hay  sold  by  weight,  41G  Ninth  St.— 0.  P,  S. 


OAKLAND       ]K]       DIRECTORY.  231 

Kearney  Patrick,  teamster,  E  s  Broadway  bet   Sixth,   and   Seventh, 

dwl  Twenty-fifth  bet  Telegraph  At.  and  New  Broadway. 
Kearns   C.   B.,  carpenter,   dwl  N  s  Railroad  A  v.   bet   Union  and 

Adeline,  W.  O. 
Kearon  Robert  E.,  operator  Western  Union  Telegraph  Co.,  dwl  1165 

Jackson. 
Keating  Catherine  (widow),  dwl  W  s  Castro  bet  Eighteenth  and 

Nineteenth. 
Keating  John,  seaman,  dwl  S  s  Second  bet  Alice  and  Jackson. 
Keating  Michael  F.,  finisher  Manhattan  Marble  Co.,  dwl  W  s  Castro 

bet  Nineteenth  and  Twentieth. 
Keating  William,  plumber,  dwl  "W  s   Castro  bet  Eighteenth   and 

Nineteenth. 
Keating  William,   ship  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  West    Sixteenth   bet 

Cypress  and  Kirkham,  W.  0. 
Kedel  Barbara  (widow),  dwl  SW  cor  Brush  and  Sixteenth. 
Keefe  John,  dwl  509  Sixth. 
Keefe   John,   laborer,   dwl  S  s  Twenty-sixth,  bet  Grove   and   San 

Pablo  Av. 
Keefer  Louis,  coachman  J.  A.  Folger,  SE   cor  Taylor  and  Willow, 

W.  O. 
Keefer  William,  carpenter  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co.,  dwl  Eland 

House. 
Keegan  Timothy,  brakeman,  dwl  Adeline  bet  Twenty-fourth  and 

Twenty-sixth. 
Keene  George  W.,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s   Center  bet  West-Ninth  and 

West  Tenth,  W.  O. 
Keenev  W.  J.,  clerk,  dwl  S  s  West  Eighth  bet  Adeline  and  Union, 

W.  O. 
Keer  John,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood, 

W.  O. 
Kehoe  Alexander,  laborer  California  Bridge  and  Building  Co. 
Kehoe  Job,   carpenter,   dwl   W  s  Wood  bet   Seward  and  Taylor, 

w.  o. 

Kehoe  John  W.,  stableman  William  Redpath,  dwl  N  s  East  Sixteenth 
E  of  Twenty-third  Av.,  E.  O. 

Keifer  H.  C,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Union  and 
Adeline,  W.  0. 

Keith  Alexander,  engineer,  dwl  E  s  Short  bet  Cedar  and  Bay, 
W.  O. 

Keith  Anna.  M.  (widow),  dwl  705  Castro. 

Keith  J.,  carpenter  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co. 

Kelehar  Patrick,  blacksmith,  dwl  168  Seventh. 

Kelleher  Jeremiah,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Keller  John  F.  (Keller  <L-  Stevens),  dwl  SW  cor  Eighteenth  Av. 
and  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 

Keller  Louis,  currier  Crist  &  Rued,  dwl  NE  cor  "Twenty-first  Av. 
and  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Keller  k  Stevens  (J.  F.  Keller  and  Julius  Stevens),  proprietors  Brook- 
lyn Brewery,  SW  cor  Eighteenth  Av.  and  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 


STRICKLAND  &  CO.'S  Stationery  Store  is  No.  1061  Broadway. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  desirable  business  property  for  sale. 


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OAKLAND       [K.]       DIRECTORY. 


Kellenburg  D.,  draftsman,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet   Center  and 

Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Kelley  C.  George,  electrician,  dwl  832  Market. 
Kelley  Charles  M.,  builder,  dwl  706  "Webster. 
Kelley  George,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-second  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 
Kelley  James  J.,  plumber,  dwl  NE  cor  Grove   and  Twenty-seventh. 
Kelley  John,  laborer,  dwl  N"  s  Twenty-second  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 
Kelley  Luke  C,  teller  Sather  &  Co.  (S.   F.),  dwl  W  s  Linden  bet 

West  Eighth  and  West  Tenth,  W.  0. 
Kelley  Michael,  calker  C.  P.  P.  R.,  dwl  N  s  William  bet  Cedar 

and  Bay,  W.  O. 
Kelley  Michael,  teamster,  dwl  S  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine  and  Cedar, 

W.  0. 
Kelley  Patrick,  dwl  S  s  West  Third  bet  Filbert  and  Myrtle,  W.  O. 
Kelley  Patrick,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Kelley  Thomas,  laborer,  dwl  802  Castro. 
Kelley  Zeno,  dwl  727  Eighth. 

KELLOGG  ADELBERT  E.,  associate  principal  Golden  Gate  Acad- 
emy, Plymouth  Av.  bet  Broadway  and  Telegraph  Av. 
Kellogg   Charles  W.,   bookkeeper   (S.   F.),  and  member  Board  of 

Education,  dwl  SW  cor  Fifteenth  and  Grove. 
Kellogg  James,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  912  Sixth  Av.  E.  0. 
Kellogg  S.  J.  Jr.  (John  M.  Lawlor  <k  Co.),  dwl  Tubbs  Hotel,  E.  0. 
Kellum  E.,  joiner  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Kelly   Alexander,    launchyman   Grand    Central    Hotel,    dwl    319 

Eleventh. 
Kelly  Andrew,  brakenian  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Kelly  Charles,  finisher  Manhattan  Marble  Co.,  dwl  E  s  Filbert  bet 

West  Third  and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 
KELLY  E.  J.  &  Co.  (John  B.  Kelly),  real  estate  agents,  office  414 

Seventh. 
Kelly  Edward,  dwl  Oakland  Trotting  Park. 
Kelly  Edward  J.  (E.  J.  Kelly  &  Co.),  dwl  Ninth  bet  Grove  and 

Castro. 
Kelly   Edward  M.,  carriage  trimmer  M.  W.  Allen,  dwl   SW  cor 

Sixth  and  Harrison. 
Kelly  George  W.,  architect,  dwl  S  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Filbert  and 

Linden,  W.  O. 
Kelly   Henry   S.,    laundryman    Grand    Central   Hotel,   dwl    3}  9 

Eleventh. 
Kelly  James,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  0. 
Kelly  James,  stableman  Newland  &  Pumyea,  dwl  462  Seventh. 
Kelly  John,  dwl  Cosmopolitan  House. 
Kelly  John,  laborer,  dwl  W  s  Market  bet  West  Third   and  West 

Fifth,  W.  O. 
Kelly  John,  molder,  dwl  660  Ninth. 
Kelly  John,  painter,  dwl  409  Seventh. 
Kelly  John  B.  (E.  J.  Kelly  &  Co),  dwl  663  Fifth. 
Kelly  Joseph  Jr.,  polisher  Manhattan  Marble  Co.,  dwl  712  Filbert, 

W.  O. 


Fresh  milk  cream  and  butter  milk,  wholesale  and  retail  at  469  Ninth. 


0.  F.  S—  Oatmeal  and  com  meal,  416  Ninth  St.  nr  Broadway— 0.  F.  S. 


OAKLAND       [K]       DIRECTORY.  233 

Kelly  Martin  M.,  boilermaker  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  West  Eighth 

bet  Wood  and  Willow,  W.  O. 
Kelly  Michael  cooper,  660  Ninth. 
Kelly  Michael,  laborer  C.  P.  P.  P.,  dwl  NE  cor  Thirteenth  Av.  and 

East  Twenty-fourth,  E.  O. 
Kelly  Michael,  laborer,  dwl  416  Seventh. 
Kelly  Patrick,  dwl  Mansion  House,  E.  O. 
Kelly  Patrick,  laborer,  dwl  E  s  Lewis  bet  West  Third  and  West 

Fifth,  W.  O. 
Kelly  Patrick  T.,  shoemaker,  dwl  552  East  Eleventh,  E.  O. 
Kelly  Rose  (widow),  dwl  660  Ninth. 
Kelly  Thomas,  laborer,  dwl  838  Proadway. 
Kelly  William  P.,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  William  bet  Willow  and  Wood, 

w.  o. 

Kelsey  Pryant,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  765  Fourteenth. 

Kelsey  Charles,  farm  hand,  dwl  Adeline  nr  Thirty-fourth. 

Kelsey  Joseph,  boilermaker,  dwl  S  s  West  Ninth  bet  Chester  and 
Peralta,  W.  O. 

Kelsey  Mary  Miss,  compositor  Signs  of  the  Times,  dwl  cor  Eleventh 
and  Castro. 

Kelsey  Melville,  insurance  agent,  dwl  765  Fourteenth. 

Kelsey  Melville,  clerk,  dwl  765  Fourteenth. 

Kelsey  Noah  (Sanford,  Kelsey  &  Co.),  dwl  SW  cor  Proadway  and 
Tenth. 

Kelsey  Wright  F.,  nursery  W  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr  Sycamore,  dwl  S  s 
Laurel  nr  Telegraph  Av. 

Kelton  Alanson,  master  mariner,  dwl  328  Second. 

Kelton  F.,  clerk  U.  S.  A.  (S.  F),  dwl  Grand  Central  Hotel. 

Kelton  John  C,  lieutenant-col.  U.  S.  A.,  dwl  N  s  Seventeenth  bet 
Telegraph  and  San  Pablo  avs. 

Kendall  Jerome,  clerk,  dwl  SW  cor  East  Tenth  and  Fifth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Kenfield  Edgar,  clerk,  dwl  S  s  Caledonia  bet  Telegraph  and  San 
Pablo  avs. 

Kenitzer  Henry,  architect  (S.  F.),  dwl  1057  Washington. 

Kennedy  Daniel,  blacksmith  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  West  Fifth 
and  Railroad  Av.,  W.  O 

Kennedy  James  (Kennedy  &  Manning ),  dwl  515  Second. 

Kennedy  James  A.,  carpenter  Padger's  Grand  Central  Park,  E.  O. 

Kennedy  Jonas,  dwl  W  s  Twelfth  nr  Willow,  W.  O. 

Kennedy  M.  W.,  painter,  dwl  Cosmopolitan  House. 

Kennedy  P.  M.,  carpenter,  dwl  518  Sixth. 

Kennedy  William,  farmer,  dwl  S  s  East  Fourteenth  nr  Twenty- 
second  Av.,  E.  O. 

Kennedy  William,  laborer  Oakland  Gas  Light  Co.,  dwl  Overland 
House. 

Kennedy  W.  W.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  NE  cor  Thirteenth  and  Market. 

Kennedy  &  Manning  (James  Kennedy  and  William  Manning ),  car- 
riage and  wagonmakers,  blacksmiths,  etc.,  866  Washington. 

Kenney  Frank,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  West  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirk- 
ham,  W.  O. 


Buy  School  Books,  etc.,  at  STRICKLAND  &  OO.'S,  1061  Broadway. 


WOODWARD  A  CO.,  958  Bdwy,  houses  rented  and  rents  collected. 


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Kenney  Jane  Mrs.,  tailoress,  dwl  S  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Henry  and 
Chester,  W.  O. 

Kenney  Thomas,  deck  hand  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Thoroughfare. 

Kenney  Thomas,  sawyer,  dwl  S  s  Railroad  A  v.  bet  Henry  and  Ches- 
ter, w.  o. 

Kenny  Bernard,  laborer,  dwl  863  Clay. 

Kenny  Barney,  wiper  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  0. 

Kent  Daniel  M.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  968  West  Fifth,  W.  0. 

Kent  Isabella,  teacher  Franklin  Grammar  School,  dwl  NE  cor  Tele- 
graph Av.  and  Twentieth. 

Kent  Isabella  C.  Miss,  teacher  Lincoln  Grammar  School,  dwl  cor 
Webster  and  Fifteenth. 

Kent  Joshua,  mason,  dwl  W  s  Filbert  nr  Twenty-sixth. 

Kent  Richard  B.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  William  bet  Pine 
and  Cedar,  W.  O. 

Kent  Richard  F.,  stock  broker  (S.  F.),  dwl  561  Eighth. 

Kercheval  John  H,  clerk  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  E  s  Wood  bet  Taylor  and 
Seward,  W.  O. 

Kerchoif  Lawrence,  shipwright  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Kergy  James,  dwl  Seventeenth  bet  Cypress  and  Center,  W.  0. 

Kerlan  E.  Mrs.,  furnished  rooms,  569  Eighth. 

Kerlan  Everett,  produce  dealer  (S.  F.),  dwl  569  Eighth. 

Kerman  Charles,  carpenter,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 

Kerns  Edward,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Fil- 
bert and  Myrtle,  W.  O. 

Kerns  John,  mason,  dwl  Star  House,  W.  O. 

Kerr  A.  R.,  carpenter,  dwl  Filbert  bet  Twenty-eighth  and  Twenty- 
ninth. 

Kerr  Robert  C,  tinsmith,  dwl  N  s  Nineteenth  bet  Cypress  and 
Kirkkam,  W.  O. 

Kerr  S.  C,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Kerren  William,  ship  joiner,  dwl  N  s  Atlantic  bet  Pine  and  Cedar, 
W.  O. 

Keri'igan  John,  laborer,  dwl  SW  cor  Castro  and  Eighteenth. 

Kerwith  John,  trackman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet 
Cedar  and  Pine,  W.  O. 

Kese  John,  gardener,  dwl  E  s  San  Pablo  Av.  bet  Seventeenth  and 
Eighteenth. 

Kessler  Adam,  barkeeper  Henry  Hampel,  dwl  775  East  Twelfth,  E.  0. 

Kester  Levi  B.  (McMillan  &  K.,  S.  F.),  merchant  dwl  S  s  Division 
bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 

Kevill  James,  cook  Richard  Watts,  NE  cor  Railroad  Av.  and  Bay, 
W.  O. 

Key  R.  E.,  stair  builder,  dwl  310  Fifth. 

Keyer  John,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Keyes  Clementine  (widow),  dwl  771  Washington. 

Keyes  James,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  W  s  Center  bet  West 
Fifth  and  Railroad  Av.,  W.  O. 

Keyes  John,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  E  s  Henry  bet  West  Fifth 
and  Railroad  Av.,  W.  O. 


For  Ice  Cream  Freezers  go  to  J.  S.  G.  GORDON'S,  169  Ninth  Street. 


0.  F,  S—  "Whole  barley  and  corn,  416  Ninth  nr  Broadway— 0.  P.  S. 


OAKLAND       [  K.  ]       DIRECTORY.  235 

Keyes  John  A.,  carpenter,  dwl  819  Market. 

Keyes  Robert  E. ,  stair  builder  Pacific  Lumber  &  Mill  Co. ,  dwl  3 1 0  Fifth. 

Kid  John,  plumber  J.  J.  O'Shea,  dwl  West  nr  Twenty-seventh. 

Kief  John,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co. 

KIHLMEYER  LOUIS,  liquor  saloon,  467  Sixth,  dwl  S  s  Third  nr 

Castro. 
Kilbourn  Walter  L.,  staffer  Manhattan  Marble  Co.,  dwl  SE  cor 

Grove  and  Kent. 
Kilburn  A.  D.,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R,,  W.  O. 
Kiley  Thomas,  painter,  dwl  758  Brush. 

Killhar  Patrick,  flagman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  SW  cor  Third  and  Alice. 
Killian  James,  laborer  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co.,  dwl  378  Second. 
Killiard  James,  painter,  dwl  409  Seventh. 
Killican  Edward,  laborer  James  Dalziel,  dwl  Seventh  bet  Alice  and 

Jackson. 
Kimball  Charles  B.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Durant  bet  Broadway  and 

Franklin. 
Kimball  E.  G.,  carriage  builder,  dwl  W  s  Campbell  bet  Chase  and 

Taylor,  W.  O. 
Kimball  James  H.,  proprietor  Mansion  House,  NE  cor  Fifteenth 

Av.  and  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Kimball  Mary  S.  Miss,  teacher  Swett  School,  E.  O.,  dwl  959  Wash- 
ington. 
Kimball   Minnie  F.  Miss,  teacher  Lincoln   Grammar   School,  dwl 

Plymouth  Av.  nr  Golden  Gate  Academy. 
Kime  Albert  W.,  upholsterer,  dwl  915  Webster. 
Kime  James  H.,  carpenter,  dwl  915  Webster. 
Kimpfel  F.,  cabinetmaker  Lutz  &  Berg,  dwl  519  Eighth. 
Kincaid  L.  Mrs.,  teacher  Franklin  Grammar  School. 
Kinchella  M.  E.,  laundryman  C.  Partenscky,  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Center 

and  Kirkham,  W.  0. 
Kindgren  C.  W.,  painter,  dwl  E  s  Linden  nr  Twenty-eighth. 
King  Albert  N,  painter,  dwl  S  s  West  Ninth  bet  Chester  and  Per- 

alta,  W.  O. 
King  Annie  (widow),  dwl  N  s  Eleventh  bet  Center  and  Kirkkarn, 

w.  o. 

King  Dennis,  machinist  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

King  George  A.  (King  <£•  Williams),  dwl  513  Ninth. 

King  G.  W.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  bet  Wood 
and  Willow,  W.  O. 

King  Harry  L.,  clerk  George  S.  Brown  &  Co.,  dwl  NE  cor  Broad- 
way and  Ninth. 

King  H.  C,  carpenter,  dwl  SW  cor  West  Eighth  and  Chester,  W.  O. 

King  Henry  L.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  Alice  bet  Fourteenth  and 
Fifteenth. 

King  John,  carpenter,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 
'  King  John,  machinist  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

King  John,  stableman,  dwl  860  Broadway. 

King  John  A.  B.,  chief  engineer  Stm  Mohongo,  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet 
West  Third  and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 


STRICKLAND  &  CO.  manufacture  account  books  to  order. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.— 958  Broadway— Heal  Estate  Agents. 


236  OAKLAND      DIRECTORY. 

J.  E.  BLETHEN.  V.  P.  TERRY. 

PLANING    MILLS, 

461,  462  and  463  FIRST  STREET, 

NEAR  BROADWAY,  -  -  -  OAKLAND. 


PROPRIETORS. 


Constantly    on    Hand    and.    Made    to    Order, 

MORS,  SASH,  BLIPS,  FRAMES,  BRACKETS, 

MOULDINGS,   CASINGS, 

And  every  Description  of  Inside  Finish.     "Wood  Turning  in  all  its  Branches. 
JOSEPH  HUNT.  J.  K.  WHAKTON . 

HUWT  &  WHARTON, 

G^DEALERS    IN^O 

Grain,  Hay,   Flour, 

AND  ALL  KINDS  OF  FEED, 

408  Tenth  Street,  bet.  Broadway  and  Franklin, 

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Northeast  cor.  Broadway  and  Ninth  Street, 
OAKLAND. 


WHITENING  AND  KALSOMINING  A  SPECIALTY. 


All  sizes  refrigerators  and  ice  chests  for  sale  at  Gordon's,  469  Ninth. 


0.  F.  S—  Oakland  Feed  Store,  116  Ninth  near  Broadway— 0.  F.  S. 


OAKLAND       r]v]       DIRECTORY.  237 

King  Joseph,  coachman,  dwl  955  Madison. 

King  Malcolm  G.,  surveyor  and  engineer,  office  1004  Broadway,  dwl 
San  Pablo  Road  bet  Seventeenth  and  Eighteenth. 

King  Mathew,  baker  Grand  Central  Hotel. 

King  Matthew,  nurseryman  and  florist,  N"  s  Twenty-fifth  bet  Broad- 
way and  Telegraph  A  v. 

King  Michael,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R,,  dwl  E  s  Goss  nr  Bay,  W.  O. 

KING  MICHAEL  REV.,  pastor  Church  of  the  Imaculate  Con- 
ception, dwl  680  Seventh. 

King  Milo  F.,  carpenter,  dwl  33  Valley  bet  Twenty-third  and  Twenty- 
fourth. 

King  M.  L.,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Pine  bet  "William  and  Atlantic, 
W.  0. 

King  Morris,  laborer,  dwl  Twenty-second  nr  Curtis. 

King  Thomas  J.,  bookkeeper  Chappellet  &  Co.,  dwl  323  Fifth. 

KING  &  WILLIAMS  (George  A.  King  and  Thomas  S.  Williams), 
blacksmiths  and  carriagemakers,  414  Eleventh. 

Kingdon  Samuel,  joiner  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Kingman  M.  V.  Mrs.,  teacher  Prescott  Grammar  School. 

Kingman  Charles  B.,  trader,  dwl  Cosmopolitan  Hotel. 

Kingman  John  F.,  bootcutter,  dwl  807  Washington. 

Kinnear  J.  S.,  fireman  Oakland  Mill,  dwl  661  Washington. 

Kingsbury  Hubert  M.,  clerk  Steere  &  Colby,  dwl  SE  cor  Thirteenth 
Av.  and  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Kingsbury  Sanford,  clerk  C.  P.  R.  R.  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Jackson 
bet  Twelfth  and  Lake  Merritt. 

Kingshott  Richard,  carpenter,  dwl  711  Webster. 

Kingsland  John,  bookkeeper  Purrington  k  Ough,  dwl  Twelfth  Av. 
bet  East  Eleventh  and  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Kingsland  T.  G,  clerk  Weston  £  Welch,  dwl  1065  Eleventh  Av., 
E.  O. 

Kingsland  William,  student,  dwl  1065  Twelfth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Kingston  Paul,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

Kingston  Richard,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  West  Fifth  bet 
Filbert  and  Linden,  W.  O. 

Kinkead  E.  B.  Mrs.,  dwl  364  Second. 

Kinkead  William,  dwl  364  Second. 

Kinnear  J.  S.,  foreman  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co. 

Kinney  Robert  S.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F),  dwl  SE  cor  Thirteenth  and 
Wood,  W.  O. 

Kingsley  Charles  H.,  conductor  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Kirbv  B.  G.,  salesman,  dwl  N"  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Kirkham  and 
Poplar,  W.  O. 

Kirby  P.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R,,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 

Kirby  R.  J.,  ship  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and 
Cedar,  W.  O. 

Kirchel  Joseph,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Myrtle  bet  Twenty-eighth  and 
Thirtieth. 

Kirchheiner  Henry,  candymaker,  1007  Broadway. 

Kirckheiner  John  H,  confectioner,  629  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 


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E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  958  Bdwy,  desirable  cheap  lots  for  sale. 


238  OAKLAND       [  K  ]       DIRECTORY. 

Kirchhoff  Lawrence,  ship  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  E  s  Cedar  bet 
Goss  and  Short,  W.  0. 

KIRK  OWEN  C,  plumber,  gas  fitter  and,  metal  roofer,  317  East 
Twelfth,  dwl  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Kirk  William,  architect,  office  954  Broadway. 

Kirkham  Ralph  W.,  dwl  58  Oak. 

Kirne  Charles,  carpenter,  dwl  Thirteenth  nr  Franklin. 

Kirwick  Michael,  teamster  Remillard  &  Bros.,  dwl  NE  cor  Clay 
and  First. 

Kistel  George,  waiter  T.  Leonhard,  cor  Bay  and  William,  W.  O. 

Kite  Henry,  clerk,  dwl  Market  nr  Twenty-fourth. 

Kittredge  Charles  S.,  physician  and  surgeon,  office  and  dwl  577 
Twelfth. 

Klein  J.,  bookkeeper  E.  D.  Block  &  Co.,  dwl  951  Broadway. 

Klein  Jacob,  gardener,  dwl  403  Ninth. 

Klenker  Jacob,  butcher,  S  s  Thirty-ninth  nr  Telegraph  Av. 

Kleupfer  Frederick  A.,  dwl  224  Fourth. 

Klever  Julius,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Central  Pacific  Railroad 
House,  W.  O. 

Kline  Charles,  cook  C.  Bauder  &  Co.,  dwl  838  Broadway. 

Kline  Neheruiah,  janitor  Benitz  Block,  dwl  857  Clay. 

Kline  Rachael  A.  Miss,  dressmaker,  dwl  W  s  Center  bet  West 
Third  and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 

Kline  Robert,  gardener  John  B.  Felton,  E  s  Adeline  bet  West 
Eighth  and  West  Tenth,'  W.  O. 

KUahar  Patrick,  horseshoer  Sohst  Bros.,  dwl  S  s  Seventh  bet  Madi- 
son and  Jackson. 

Klop  Charles,  butcher,  907  Webster,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 

Klose  C.  A,  dwl  710  Ninth. 

Kluegel  C.  H.,  civil  engineer,  dwl  SW  cor  Linden  and  West  Four- 
teenth, W.  O. 

Kluegel  Edward  A.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  West 
Twelfth  and  West  Fourteenth,  W.  O. 

Kluegel  Ferdinand,  real  estate,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  West  Twelfth 
and  West  Fourteenth,  W.  O. 

Klumpp  Frederick  (Klumpp  &  Kuerzel),  dwl  Broadway  bet  First 
and  Second. 

Klumpp  &  Kuerzel  (Frederick  Klumpp  and  Robert  Kuerzel),  wagon- 
makers  and  blacksmiths,  Broadway  bet  First  and  Second. 

Knapp  A.,  laborer,  dwl  Twenty-second  nr  Curtis. 

Knapp  Sewell  K,  merchant,  dwl  E  s  Webster  bet  Seventeenth  and 
Eighteenth. 

Knickerbocker  Niles,  clerk  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  W  s  Pine  nr  Atlantic, 
W.  O. 

Knight  E.  N.,  dentist,  dwl  W  s  Market  bet  Seventeenth  and  Eight- 
eenth. 

Knight  E.  S.  (widow),  dwl  S  s  Eighteenth  bet  Telegraph  and  San 
Pablo  avs. 

Knight  Frederick  W.,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Clay  bet  Sixteenth  and 
Seventeenth. 


GORDON'S  Ice  Cream  Manufactory,  469  Ninth  Street,  Oakland. 


Oil-cake  meal  and  ground  barley,  416  Ninth  Street  near  Bdwy. 


OAKLAND       ^K]       DIRECTORY. 


239 


Knight  Henry,  carpenter,  dwl  N  8  Lincoln  bet  Wood  and  Willow, 
W.  O. 

Knight  Henry  Thomas,  agent,  dwl  N  s  West  Ninth  bet  Center  and 
Chester,  W.  O. 

Knight  N.  R.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Myrtle  bet  West  Twelfth  and 
West  Fourteenth,  W.  O. 

KNIGHT  SAMUEL  P.,  carpenter  and  builder,  dwl  cor  Cypress 
and  West  Fifteenth,  W.  O. 

Knight  William  H,  mining  secretary  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Webster  bet 
Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth. 

KNIGHTS  OF  PYTHIAS,  hall  1058  Broadway. 

Knock  August,  clerk,  dwl  324  Fourth. 

Knock  Peter,  shoemaker,  dwl  324  Fourth. 

Knowles  Calvin  C,  dentist  (S.  F.),  dwl  SW  cor  East  Ninth  and 
Fourth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Knowles  George  H,  clerk  C.  P.  R.  R,  (S.  F.),  dwl  SE  cor  Eight- 
eenth Av.  and  East  Fifteenth,  E.  O. 

Knowles  Robert,  fireman  stm  El  Capitan,  res  San  Francisco. 

Knowles  Samuel  E.,  dentist  Calvin  C.  Knowles,  dwl  SW  cor  East 
Ninth  and  Fourth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Knox  Henry  E.,  dentist,  dwl  N  s  Merrimac  Place  bet  Webster  and 
Telegraph  Av. 

Knox  House,  Emma  W.  Wilson  proprietress,  W  s  Telegraph  Av. 
nr  Sycamore. 

Knox  Israel  W.  (Palmer,  K.  &  Co.,  S.  F.),  iron  founder,  dwl  W  s 
Telegraph  Av.  nr  Sycamore. 

Knox  J.  S.,  farm  hand,  dwl  Adeline  nr  Thirty-fourth. 

Knox  Justus,  clerk,  dwl  W  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr  Sycamore. 

Knudson  Andrew,  shipwright  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Koehler  Henry  J.,  clerk,  dwl  Eastern  Hotel,  E.  0. 

Koenig  L.  A.,  real  estate  agent,  dwl  755  Clay. 

Kofoed  J.  C,  upholsterer,  dwl  SE  cor  Market  and  Lydia. 

Kohler  Andrew  (Kohler,  Chase  &  Co.),  res  San  Francisco. 

Kohler  Edward  F.,  liquor  saloon  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Chester  bet  Rail- 
road Av.  and  West  Eighth,  W.  O. 

Kohler  Henry,  laundryman,  dwl  E  s  Henry  bet  West  Fifth  and 
Railroad  Av.,  W.  O. 

Kohler  Henry  J.,  clerk  H.  Turn  Suden  &  Co.,  dwl  701  East 
Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Kohler  William  (Lubbe  &  Co.),  dwl  Franklin  bet  Tenth  and  Eleventh 

Kohler,  Chase  &  Co.  (Andrew  Kohler,  Q.  A.  Chase,  and  George  L. 
Birkmaier),  pianos,  organs,  etc,,  NE  cor  Broadway  and  Four- 
teenth. 

Kohsow  Helmuth,  carriage  trimmer  James  Lentell,  dwl  St.  Charles 
Hotel. 

Kolb  Joseph,  carpenter  Pacific  Planing  Mill,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av. 
nr  Adeline,  W.  O. 

Konecke  Henry,  boots  and  shoes,  912  Broadway,  dwl  S  s  Twenty- 
fifth  bet  San  Pablo  Av.  and  Market. 

Konig  Claus  H.,  painter,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-second  bet  Curtis  and  West. 


Rich  goods  suitable  for  presents  at  STRICKLAND  &  CO.'S  store. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  953  Broadway,  Oakland  Real  Estate. 


240  OAKLAND       [K]       DIRECTORY. 

Koob  Adam,  butcher,  20  and  22  City  Market,  dwl  W  s  Telegraph 

A  v.  nr  Seventeenth. 
Kornahrens  Henry  H.  (Koster  &  Co.),  dwl  410  Tenth. 
Korneck  William,  cook  T.  Leonhard,  cor  Bay  and  William,  W.  O. 
Kosmak  Charles,  barkeeper  C.  Bauder  &,  Co.,  dwl  838  Broadway. 
Koster  Hermann  (II.  Koster  <k  Co.),  dwl  921  Webster. 
KOSTER  H.  &  CO.  (Hermann  Koster  &  Henry  Kornahrens),  gro- 
ceries, etc.,  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Tenth. 
Koull  Newton,  expressman,  dwl  Sixteenth  nr  Cypress,  W.  O. 
Kraft  Ernest,  carpenter,  dwl  cor  Fourth  and  Franklin. 
Kraft  L.  Mrs.,  furnished  rooms,  811  Washington. 
Krager  Charles,   blacksmith,   dwl   Broadway  bet  Fourteenth  and 

Fifteenth. 
Kraib  Theresa  Miss,  domestic  Mrs.  G.  M.  Blake,  1057  Washington. 
Kraker  Judson  O,  carpenter,  dwl  810  West  Third,  W.  O. 
Kramm  Charles  (Kramm  &  Dieves),  dwl  NE  cor  Telegraph  Av.  and 

Durant. 
KRAMM  &  DIEVES  (Charles  Kramm  and  Joseph   Dieves),  pro- 
prietors Oakland  Brewery,  office  NE  cor  Broadway  and  Ninth. 
Krattiger  John,  liquor  saloon,  417  Seventh. 
Krause  William  E.  F.,  author,  dwl  1057  Washington. 
Krazt  John,  butcher  Carrick  &  Hostetter,  dwl  SE  cor  Twentieth 

Av.  and  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Kretz  Anton,  teamster  Crist  &  Rued,  dwl  NE  cor  Twenty-first  Av. 

and  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Kreutzfeldt   Lionan,  engineer  C.   P.   R.   R.,  dwl  S  s  Atlantic  bet 

Campbell  and  Willow,  W.  O. 
Kreutzfeldt  Samuel,  carcleaner  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Kreyenhagen  E.  (E.  Kreyenhagen  &  Co.),  dwl  458  Sixth. 
KREYENHAGEN  E.  k  Co.,  groceries,  wines,  and  liquors,  NW  cor 

Broadway  and  Sixth. 
Krimb  August,  tanner  John  S.  Derby,  dwl  1114  Eighteenth  Av., 

E.  O. 
Kropp  Ernest  H.,  clerk  John  Fennessy,  dwl  SE  cor  Fourth  and 

Castro. 
Krumb   Frederick,  tanner,  dwl  N  s  East   Twelfth  bet  Eighteenth 

and  Nineteenth  avs,  E.  O. 
Kruse  John,  oysterman,  dwl  305  Second. 
Kruse  William,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Seventh  bet  Wood  and 

Pine,  W.  O. 
Krye  Frederick,  clerk  National  Brewery  Depot,  dwl  Franklin  bet 

Eleventh  and  Twelfth. 
Kuder  Samuel,  agent  (S.  F.),  dwl   S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood, 

W.  O. 
Kuenzi  John  R.,  machinist,  dwl  405  Ninth. 

Kuerzel  Robert  (Klumpp  &  K),  dwl  Broadway  bet  First  and  Second. 
Kumpp  Peter,  tinsmith  James  Dalziel. 
Kunzel  Andrew,  stonemason,  dwl  716  Franklin. 
Kurtz  Albert,  dwl  S  s  College  Av.  nr  Telegraph  Av. 
Kurtz  D.  C,  dwl  Mansion  House. 


J.  S.  G.  GORDON,  agent  for  Napa  Soda  Springs.    469  Ninth  Street. 


0.  F.  S  —  Oregon  oats  and  ground  barley,  416  Ninth  Street— 0.  P.  S. 


OAKLAND  L  3       DIRECTORY. 


241 


Kurtzel  Herman,  wagonmaker,  dwl  838  Broadway. 
Kuss  Peter,  painter,  S  s  Twenty-third  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 
Kustel  Arpad,  master  mariner,  dwl  NE  cor  Curtis  and  Twentieth. 
Kustel  Oscar,  master  mariner,  dwl  NE  cor  Curtis  and  Twentieth. 

Kutchel ,  dwl  NE  cor  Eleventh  and  Webster. 

Kutz  G.  F.,  engineer  U.  S.  N.,  dwl  Grand  Central  Hotel. 

Kyer  John,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  0. 

Kyte  James  C,  carpenter,  dwl  364  Third. 


L. 

La  Flache  Felix,  sexton  First  Congregational   Church,   dwl   1008 

"Washington. 
La  Grange   Lizzie  Miss,  teacher  Lincoln  Grammar  School,  res  San 

Francisco. 
La  Grange  M.  E.  Miss,  teacher  Lincoln  Grammar  School,  dwl  226 

Eleventh. 
La  Grange  O.  H. , superintendent  U.  S.  Mint  (S.F.),dwl  226  Eleventh. 
La  Parle  Edward,  blacksmith,  dwl  371  Fourth. 
La  Rue  Gustave,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Laage  William  (Miley  <£  L.),  dwl  405  Ninth. 
Laclaverie  Paul,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  626  Third. 
Lacy  T.  J.  P.,  mining,  dwl  Grand  Central  Hotel. 
Ladies'  Relief  Society  Home,  Mrs.  I.   Perkins  matron,  Linden  nr 

New  Broadway. 
Lafferty  Charles,  expressman,  dwl  518  Sixth. 
Lafierty  Owen  (Lafferty  d-  Cassidy),  dwl  517  Seventh. 
Lafferty  P.,  laborer,  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av. 
Lafierty  &  Cassidy  (Owen  Lafferty  and  Edward  Cassidy),  market, 

cor  Broadway  and  Fourth. 
Lafitte  Eleazer,  laborer,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 
Lafleche  Elziar,  hostler  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  dwl  SW  cor  First 

and  Webster. 
Lafleche  George,  switchtender  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  413  Ninth. 
Lafleche  Hercule,  gardener  R.  E.  Cole,  SE  cor  Adeline  and  West 

Tenth,  W.  O. 
Lafont  Pierre,  gardener,  407  First. 
Lagarde  Charles,  dwl  cor  First  and  Clay. 
Lagorio  G.,  dwl  567  Third. 

Lagorio  Louis,  salesman  Camilloni  &  Co.,  dwl  567  Third. 
Laidlaw  Alexander,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  304  Tenth. 
Laidlaw  Benjamin,  engineer,  dwl  West  Oakland  House,  W.  O. 
Laidlaw  Frank,  salesman,  dwl  NW  cor  Tenth  and  Harrison. 
LAIDLAW  WALTER,  Mendocino  Lumber  Yard,  SE  cor  Seventh 

and  Brush,  dwl  NW  cor  Tenth  and  Harrison. 
Laidlaw  Walter  S.,  brewer,  dwl  E  s  Chestnut  bet  Twenty-first  and 

and  Twenty-second. 
Laird  Henry,  ship  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Short  bet  Pine  and  Cedar,  W.  O. 
Laird  Robert,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Short  bet  Pine  and  Cedar,  W.  O. 


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242  OAKLAND  L]       DIRECTORY. 

Lake  J.  W.,  clerk,  dwl  E  s  Market  nr  Twelfth. 

Lamar  A.  B.,  carpenter  Bnrnham,  Standeford  &  Co., 

Lamarche  Alfred,  driver  J.  S.  G  Gordon,  dwl  469  Ninth. 

Lamarche  O.,  dwl  Newland's  Hotel. 

Lamb  Archibald,  miller  Weston  &  "Welch,  dwl  SW  cor  East  Six- 
teenth and  Eleventh  Av.,  E.  O. 

Lamb  George,  fanner,  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av. 

Lamb  James,  dwl  S  s  Prospect  Av.  nr  Telegraph  Av. 

Lamb  James,  fish  peddler,  dwl  E  s  Seventeenth  Av.  bet  East  Four- 
teenth and  East  Fifteenth,  E.  O. 

Lamb  James,  with  Prescott  &  Co.,  dwl  760  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 

Lamb  John,  carpenter,  dwl  760  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 

Lamb  Peter,  painter  Bangle  &  Chase,  dwl  S  s  East  Twentieth,  E  of 
Thirteenth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Lamb  Bichard,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Prospect  Av.  nr  Telegraph  Av. 

Lamb  William,  teamster  dwl  W  s  Adeline  nr  Thirty-fourth. 

Lamballot  Louis,  boarding,  N  s  old  county  road  nr  Sausal  Creek. 

Lambert  Alexander,  farm  hand,  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av. 

Lambert  James,  dwl  373  Fourth. 

Lambert  John  C,  lumberman  (S.  F.),  dwl  NW  cor  Linden  and  Twen- 
ty-second. 

Lambert  Joseph,  liquor  saloon,  W  s  San  Pablo  Av. 

Lambert  J.  W.,  laundry,  dwl  NW  cor  Linden  and  Twenty-second. 

Lambert  William,  master  mariner,  dwl  559  Eighth. 

Lammont  Gustav,  clerk,  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  bet  Center  and  Kirk- 
ham,  W.  0. 

Lamont  Julius,  blacksmith,  dwl  Bailroad  Exchange,  W.  0. 

Lamoureux  Celina  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  dwl  355  Tenth. 

Lamoureux  Theophile,   salesman  Remillard  &   Brothers,   dwl   355 
Tenth. 

Lampen  Peter,  dwl  577  Eighth. 

Lamson  George  F.,  auctioneer  (S.  F.),  dwl  SW  cor  Fourteenth  and 
Market. 

Lancaster  Henry,  carpenter,  dwl  758  Jefferson. 

Lancaster  John,  engineer,  dwl  N  s  Taylor  bet  Pine  and  Cedar,  W.  0. 

Landis  Christian,  carpenter,  dwl  611  Clay. 

Landis  J.  S.,  miller  J.  Samms,  dwl  364  First. 

Land  on  Alson  (Landon  &  Co.),  dwl  N  s  Sycamore  nr  Telegraph  Av. 

Landon  William  W.  (Landon  &  Co.),  dwl  413  Ninth. 

LANDON  &  CO.  (Alson  and  William  W.  Landon),  proprietors  Oak- 
land Feed  Store,  414  and  416  Ninth. 

Landreau  Pierre,  dwl  407  First. 

Lane  Charles  E.,  teamster,  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  Wesu. 

Lane  Charles  W.,  omnibus  proprietor,  dwl  NW  cor  Sixth  and  Brush. 

Lane  Cornelius,  laborer  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co. 

Lane  E.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Lincoln  bet  Willow  and  Campbell,  W.  O. 
Lane  Henry,  carpenter,  dwl  Central  Pacific  Bailroad  House,  W.  O. 
Lancaster  Mary  (widow),  dwl  W  s  Cedar  bet  Bailroad  Av.  and  Wil- 
liam, W.  O. 
Lang  James,  bootmaker  J.  Green,  dwl  cor  Eleventh  and  Franklin. 


NAPA  SODA  is  recommended  by  physicians  as  healthful  drinking. 


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Lang  John,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Fifteenth  bet  Center  and  Cy- 
press, W.  O. 
Langbhen  Peter,  driver,  dwl  S  s  Summer  nr  Adeline. 
Langdon  Forest  E.,  conductor  C.  P.  R.  P.,  dwl  W  s  Cedar  bet  Pail- 
road  Av.  and  William,  W.  O 
Langdon  S.  W.,  currier,  dwl  N  s  Division  bet  Pine  and  "Wood,  W.  O. 
Lange  Theodore  ( Hendershot  <£•  L.),  dwl  E  s  San  Pablo  Av.  nr  Alden. 
Langer  Martin,  barkeeper  Ferdinand  Prown,  dwl  SW  cor  Sixteenth 

Av.  and  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Langlade  Jean,  baker  Moux-et  &  Lanne,  dwl  912  Franklin. 
Langley  Franklin  N,  farmer,  dwl  SE  cor  Willow  and  Chase,  W.  O. 
LANGLEY    HENRY  G.,  publisher  Oakland  Directory,  office  959 

Proadway,  res  San  Francisco. 
Lanne  Vincent  (Mouret  &  L.),  dwl  912  Franklin. 
Lannigan  James,  farmer,  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av. 
Lannon  P.,  tapper  Contra  Costa  Water  Co. 

Lannon  Charles,  laborer,  dwl  Twenty-sixth  bet  Union  and  Adeline. 
Lapham  John  P.,  butcher,  cor  East  Twelfth  and  Twentieth  Av.,  dwl 

1169  Tenth  Av.,  E.  O. 
Larchild  Rufus,  laborer  dwl  cor  Twenty-second  and  Curtis. 
Large  Peter,  gardener,  dwl  S  s  Lincoln  bet  Wood  and  Pine,  W.  O. 
Large  Thomas  W.,  sawyer  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Lincoln  bet  Wood  and 

Pine,  W.  O. 
Large  William,  gilder  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Lincoln  bet  Wood  and  Pine, 

W.  O. 
Larkin  A.  P.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Larkin  Benjamin,  painter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Larkin  W.  T.,  joiner  C.  P.  R.  R,  W.  O. 
Larkins  Thomas,  machinist,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Cedar  and 

Pine,  W.  O. 
Larmer  Augustus  B.,  carpenter,  dwl  762  Brush. 
Laroche  Elizabeth  Mi's.,  dressmaker,  dwl  859  Clay. 
Laronche  Maria  (widow),  dwl  529  Second. 
Larrien  Augustus,  conductor  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and 

Wood,  W.  O. 
Larriven  Samuel,  plumber,  dwl  W  s  West  Fifteenth  bet  Kirkham 

and  Cypress,  W.  0. 
Larsen  A.  J.,  calker  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Larson  C,  wood  carver  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co. 
Larson  Nicholas,  ship  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  W  s  Division  bet 

Cedar  and  Bay,  W.  O. 
Larue  Frank,  carpenter  Henry  Hampel,  dwl  1120  Sixteenth  Av., 

E.  O. 
LARUE  JAMES,  lumber  yard,  office  cor  Fourteenth  Av.  and  East 

Eleventh,  dwl  N  s  East  Twelfth  bet  Thirteenth  and  Fourteenth 

avs,  E.  O. 
Larue  John,  clerk  James  Larue,  dwl  N  s  East  Twelfth  bet  Thirteenth 

and  Fourteenth  avs,  E.  O. 
Larue  Lucas  B.,  clerk  James  Larue,  dwl  S  s  East  Fourteenth  bet 

Nineteenth  and  Twentieth  avs,  E.  O. 


STRICKLAND  &  CO.  manufacture  Account  Books  to  order. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  958  Broadway,  bargains  in  real  estate. 


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LAKITE'S    WHARF,    cor   Fourteenth  Av.   and    East   Eleventh, 

E.  O. 
Lascian  B.,  teacher  St.  Joseph  Academy,  dwl  SW  cor  Fifth  and 

Jackson. 
Lassell  John  F.,  clerk,  dwl  Union  nr  Twenty-fourth. 
Lassen  Benjamin,  carpenter,  dwl  Union  nr  Twenty-eighth. 
Lathrop  Frank  H.  (Dunham  &  L.),  dwl  N  s  Sixteenth  bet  Clay  and 

Jefferson. 
Latham  James  H.,  broker  (S.  F.),  dwl  SE  cor  Jackson  and  Lake 

Av. 
Lathrop  Solomon,  watchmaker  William  Wilson,  dwl  N  s  Sixteenth 

bet  Clay  and  Jefferson. 
Laughland  William,  carpenter,  dwl  172  Second. 
Lauphus  Charles,  laborer,  dwl  576  Sixth. 
Lauphus  John,  bootblack,  dwl  576  Sixth. 
Laurel  Market,  John  H.  Davis  proprietor,  W  s  Thirteenth  Av.  bet 

East  Twelfth  and  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 
Lausten  Christopher  L.,  laborer,  dwl  W  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr  Syca- 
more. 
Lavelle  James  E.,  bricklayer,  dwl  Sixth  bet  Broadway  and  Wash- 
ington. 
Lavelle  Patrick,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  P.,  dwl  S  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine 

and  Cedar,  W.  O. 
Lawler  John  J.,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  bet 

Wood  and  Willow,  W.  O. 
Lawless  James,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Lydia  bet  Curtis  and  West,  W.  0. 
Lawlis  Patrick,  blacksmith,  dwl  W  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr  Forty-first. 
Lawler  Daniel,  baggageman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  San  Francisco. 
Lawlor  John  M.  (John  M.  Lawlor  &  Co.),  dwl  Tubbs'  Hotel. 
LAWLOR  JOHN  M.  &  CO.  (John  M.  Lawlor  and  S.  J.  Kellogg, 

Jr.),  proprietors  Tubbs'  Hotel,  N  s  East  Twelfth  bet  Fourth  and 

Fifth  avs,  E.  O. 
Lawlor  Joseph  E.,  painter,  dwl  417  Second. 

Lawrence  Allen,  dwl  N  s  Eighth  bet  Willow  and  Campbell,  W.  0. 
Lawrence  Edward  M.,  butcher  Carrick  &  Hostetter,  dwl  S  s  East 

Fifteenth  bet  Seventeenth  and  Eighteenth  avs,  E.  O. 
Lawrence  Henry  H,  assayer  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Huff  Av.  nr  Sausal 

Creek,  E.  O. 
Lawrence  Joseph,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  East  Fifteenth  bet  Eighteenth 

and  Nineteenth  avs,  E.  O. 
Lawrence  Nathaniel,  currier,  dwl  Chestnut  bet  Adeline  and  San 

Pablo  Av. 
LAWRIE    ADAM    G.,   searcher  of  records,  office  County  Court 

House,  dwl  1061  Alice. 
Lawson  Frederick,  earner  Evening  Tribune,  dwl  Eighth  bet  Franklin 

and  Webster. 
Lawson  G.,  calker  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House, 

W.  O. 
Lawton  Edward,  painter,  dwl  1021  Franklin. 
Lawton  Israel,  attorney  at  law,  dwl  1207  Castro. 


J.  S.  G.  GORDON,  wholesale  and  retail  dealer  in  ice.    469  Ninth  St. 


0. 1. S—  Wheat  and  cracked  corn,  416  Ninth  St.  nr  Broadway— 0.  P, S. 


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Lawton  John  H.,  carriagemaker  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Taylor  bet  Pine 
and  Cedar,  W.  O. 

Laws  Philip,  book  agent,  dwl  Union  nr  Twenty-sixth. 

Lawyer  Perry,  carpenter,  dwl  517  Ninth. 

Lawyer  Perry  Mrs.,  boarding  and  lodging,  517  Ninth. 

Layler  Edward,  brakeman  C.  P.  P.  P.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

Layton  H.  J.  Mrs.,  proprietress  Star  House,  S  s  Railroad  Av.  bet 
Cedar  and  Pine,  W.  O. 

Lazal  Louis,  calker  C.  P.  P.  R.,  W.  O. 

Le  Ballister  Thomas  W.,  blacksmith  Northey  &  McGrath,  dwl  768 
East  Twelfth,  E.  O.       ■ 

Le  Page  Isaac,  carpenter,  dwl  700  Franklin. 

Le  Page  Louis,  carpenter  Dexter  Windmil  Co. 

Lea  Henry  E.,  carpenter  Blethen  ii:  Teny,  dwl  360  Seventh. 

Leach  H,  ship  carpenter,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 

Leach  Z.  C,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Leahy  John,  laborer,  dwl  415  Seventh. 

Leahy  John,  painter,  dwl  SW  cor  Sixth  and  Harrison. 

Leahy  S.,  printer  Evening  Tribune,  dwl  NE  cor  Sixth  and  Washing- 
ton. 

Leake  Henry  A.,  attorney  at  law,  office  924  Broadway,  dwl  1207 
Castro. 

Leamont  T.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Lear  Michael,  shipwright  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Leary  Cornelius,  driver  Palmer  &  Co.,  dwl  cor  Twenty-first  and 
Lydia. 

Leaiy  James,  laborer  Contra  Costa  Water  Co. 

Leason  Michael,  calker  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Leath  Robert,  turner  Bumham,  Standeford  &  Co. 

Leavitt  Michael,  plasterer,  dwl  Adeline  nr  Twenty-second. 

Leber  Louis,  carpenter,  dwl  SE  cor  Thirteenth  Av.  and  East  Thirty- 
fourth,  E.  O. 

Leberer  Franz,  watchman  Crist  &  Rued,  dwl  S  s  East  Fourteenth 
bet  Eighteenth  and  Nineteenth  avs,  E.  O. 

Leclai-e  Peter,  carpenter  Hanson  <fc  Smith,  res  Temascal. 

Lecrone  Thomas  W.,  porter  Mrs.  G.  M.  Blake,  1057  Washington. 

Ledden  John  A.,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Jackson  cor  Fifteenth. 

Ledoux  Joseph,  shipwright  C.  P.  R.  P.,  W.  O. 

Lee  Alfred  W.,  tinsmith  Owen  C.  Kirk,  dwl  315  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Lee  Benjamin  F.,  stock  broker  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  bet 
Wood  and  Willow,  W.  O. 

Lee  D.  O,  bootblack,  dwl  cor  Magnolia  and  Thirtieth. 

Lee  Edward,  fireman,  dwl  W  s  Short  bet  Goss  and  Division,  W.  O. 

Lee  Frederick  J.,  dwl  S  s  West  Ninth  bet  Chester  and  Peralta, 
W.  O. 

LEE  G.  W.,  real  estate  agent,  dwl  NE  cor  Railroad  Av.  and  Wood, 
dwl  6  Pine,  W.  O. 

Lee  Henry  C,  cashier  Western  Union  Telegraph  Co.  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s 
Telegraph  Av.  nr  Plymouth  Av. 

Lee  Hirani  H,  dwl  1057  Washington. 


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OAKLAND       DIRECTORY. 


J-A.3VI353S     DALZISIj, 


Manufacturer  of 


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No.  1149  Broadway,  Delger's  New  Slock. 

Two  doors  above  Thirteenth  Street, 

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Lee  J.  B.,  pile  driver  C.  P.  R.  R,  W.  0. 

Lee  Thomas,  laborer,  dwl  406  First. 

Lee  W.,  carpenter  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co.,  dwl  522  Eighth- 
Lee  William,  telegraph  operator  (S.  F.),  dwl  1063  Clay. 

Lee  William  H.,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel. 

Leeper  William,  foreman  Borax  refiners,  dwl  W  s  Castro  bet  Fifth 
and  Sixth. 

Leet  Samuel  T.,  miner,  dwl  152  Fifth. 

LEFEVRE  ALFRED  (Lefevre  &  Reeves),  dwl  Alice  bet  Sixth  and 
Seventh. 

LEFEVRE  &  REEVES  (Alfred  Lefevre  and  R.  H.  Reeves),  den- 
tists, office  NW  cor  Broadway  and  Eighth. 

Leffingwell  Charles,  billiard  clerk,  Grand  Central  Hotel. 

Lefort  Edward,  bookkeeper  Robert  Dalziel,  dwl  519  Seventh. 

Leggett  Ann,  school  teacher,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Adeline  and 
Union,  W.  O. 

Lehan  James,  paper  hanger  Van  Embergh  &,  McGovern,  dwl  349 
Ninth. 

Lehman  E.  C,  merchant,  dwl  W  s  Filbert  bet  West  Eighth  and 
West  Tenth,  W.  O. 

Lehmann  Henry  G.,  bootmaker,  1151  Broadway,  dwl  cor  Fourth 
and  Franklin. 

Lehmann  Joseph,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Sycamore  bet  Grove  and  San 
Pablo  Av. 

Lehn  Charles,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

Lehnig  Frederick,  car  builder,  dwl  W  s  Goss  Bet  Cedar  and  Bay, 
W.  0. 

Lehnig  William,  salesman  P.  Daly,  dwl  SE  cor  Bay  and  Goss,  W.  O. 

Leighow  James,  laborer,  dwl  E  s  Lusk  Place  nr  Evoy  Av. 

Leighton  Thomas  A.,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Pine  bet  Seward  and  Lin- 
coln, W.  O. 

Leland  Ambrose,  engineer,  dwl  Union  nr  Twenty-sixth. 

Lelong  Joseph  H.,  candymaker  Bruning  Brothers,  dwl  833  Broad- 
way. 

Lemis  James,  porter  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Alameda. 

Lemmon  Samuel,  mining,  dwl  W  s  Chestnut  bet  West  Twenty- 
fourth  and  West  Twenty-sixth. 

Lemon  James  M.,  contractor,  dwl  1201  Castro. 

Lemon  Sidney,  druggist  and  apothecary,  810  Broadway. 

Lemont  T.,  clerk,  dwl  S  s  West  Twelfth  bet  Campbell  and  Willow, 
'W.  O. 

Len  Samuel,  miner,  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av. 

Lenan  Patrick,  driver  Patrick  Kearney,  dwl  Twenty-fifth  bet  Tele- 
graph Av.  and  New  Broadway. 

Lener  Joseph,  bootblack  stand,  459  Seventh,  dwl  513  Sixth. 

LENTELL  JAMES,  harness  manufacturer  and  carriage  trimmer, 
NW  cor  Eleventh  and  Franklin,  under  Odd  Fellow's  Hall. 

LENTELL  JAMES,  justice  of  the  peace,  office  406  Eleventh,  dwl 
1019  Webster. 

Leon  Levi,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Louise. 


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248  OAKLAND  L  ]       DIRECTORY, 

Leonard  Belle  E.  Miss,  music  teacher,  dwl  E  s  Myrtle  bet  West 

Fifth,  and  Market,  W.  O. 
Leonard  Charles  W.,  jDhysician,  dwl  E  s  Myrtle  bet  West  Fifth  and 

Market,  W.  0. 
Leonard  Edward,  sexton  St.  John's  Church,  dwl  Clay  bet  Seventh  and 

Eighth. 
Leonard  Edward,  tailor,  dwl  409  Sixth. 

Leonard  George,  patternmaker,  dwl  SE  cor  Grove  and  Walton. 
Leonard  Hugh,  dwl  S  s  Bay  Place  nr  Broadway. 
Leonard  James,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Bay  Place  nr  Broadway. 
Leonard  John,  laborer,  dwl  812  Filbert,  W.  O. 
Leonard  Joseph,  laborer,  dwl  Adams  Point. 
Leonard  Willard,  real  estate  agent  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Sycamore  bet 

Telegraph  Av.  and  Grove. 
Leonhard  F.,  proprietor  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House,  cor  Bay 

and  William,  W.  O. 
Leonhardt  Henry,  dwl  268  Fifth. 
Leopold  Juan,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood, 

W.  O. 
Lepont  Ferdinand,  dwl  701  Clay. 

Leroy  Alfred,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Prospect  Av.  nr  Broadway. 
Lesher  W.  F.,  brakeman   C.    P.    R.    R.,  dwl  N  s  Seventeenth   bet 

Kirkham  and  Cypress,  W.  O. 
Leslie  George,  contractor,  dwl  915  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 
Lester  Archibald,  telegraph  operator  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Goss  bet 

Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 
Letter  George,  clerk  Jacob  Letter,  dwl  1019  Clay. 
LETTER  JACOB,  clothing,  furnishing  goods,  and  merchant  tailor, 

957  Broadway,  dwl  1019  Clay. 
Leudgren  S.,  carpenter,  dwl   E  s   Seventh  Av.  bet   East   Sixteenth 

and  East  Seventeenth,  E.  O. 
Le  van  way  William  A.,  physician  and  surgeon,  office  1068  Broadway, 

dwl  832  Market  nr  Seventh. 
Leverett  Edward  J.,  hunter,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-eighth  nr  West. 
Levi  Leonidas,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  W  s  Campbell  bet  Lincoln 

and  Twelfth,  W.  O. 
Levins  Peter,  engineer  Pacific  Planing  Mill,  dwl  N"  s  Bay  bet  Goss 

and  Division,  W.  O. 
Levy  Frederick  S.,  jeweler,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  bet  Foui-teenth  and 

Fifteenth,  W.  O. 
Levy  Henry  R.,  salesman  Aaron  N".  Wachs,  dwl  NW  cor  Sixteenth 

and  Clay. 
Levy  Lazarus,  salesman  E.  D.  Block  &  Co.,  dwl  362  Tenth. 
Levy  Louis,  clerk,  dwl  362  Tenth. 

Lewis  Clelia  M.  Miss,  teacher  Cosmopolitan  School,  dwl  210  Seventh. 
LEWIS   COLUMBUS  R.  (C.  R.  Lewis  &  Co.),  dwl  NE  cor  Nine- 
teenth and  Brush. 
Lewis  George,  clerk,  dwl  E  s  Wood  bet  Taylor  and   Seward,  W.  O. 
Lewis    George  Jr.,  horseshoer  Adam  Follrath,  dwl  SW   cor  Eighth 

Av.  and  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 


Plain  and  fancy  ice  cream  made  to  order  at  GORDON'S,  469  Ninth  St. 


0. P. S—  Oatmeal  and  corn  meal,  416  Ninth  St.  nr  Broadway— 0. F. S. 


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249 


Lewis  George  W.,  collector  Shakespear  &  Walter,  dwl  Star  House, 
W.  O. 

Lewis  Harrison  R.,  carpenter,  dwl  770  Fifth. 

Lewis  James,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Seventeenth  bet  Market  and 
West. 

Lewis  James,  clerk,  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  bet  Kirkham  and  Center, 
W.  O. 

Lewis  J.  B.,  agent,  dwl  S  s  Ninth  bet   Chester  and  Peralta,  W.  O. 

Lewis  J.  G.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Lewis  John,  clerk,  dwl  W  s  Myrtle  bet  West  Eighth  and  West 
Tenth,  W.  O. 

Lewis  John,  peddler,  dwl  1178  Sixteenth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Lewis  John  Francis,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Franklin  opp.  Seven- 
teenth. 

Lewis  John  F.,  tinsmith,  dwl  403  Eighth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Lewis  L.  G.,  dwl  Chestnut  bet  Twenty-fourth  and  Twenty-sixth. 

Lewis  Peter,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Sixteenth  bet  Cypress  and  Kirk- 
ham, W.  0. 

Lewis  Richard,  mining,  dwl  S  s  Seventh  nr  Washington. 

Lewis  S.,  dwl  Union  bet  Twenty-sixth  and  Twenty-eighth. 

Lewis  Thomas,  drayman,  dwl  1052  Thirteenth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Lewis  Thomas,  mining,  dwl  363  Third. 

Lewis  C.  R.  &  Co.  (C.  R.  Lewis),  produce,  provisions,  and  fruits, 
1009  Broadway. 

Lewthwaite  Alexander,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Fifth  Av.  bet 
East  Seventeenth  and  East  Eighteenth,  E.  O. 

Libby  Andrew,  carpenter,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 

Liberty  Hall,  W  s  Brush  bet  Sixth  and  Seventh. 

Lichtenthaler  Mary  Miss,  teacher,  dwl  666  Tenth. 

Lidiard  Horace,  miner,  dwl  S  s  West  Fourteenth  bet  Linden  and 
Filbert,  W.  O. 

Liebel  Jacob,  boot  and  shoemaker,  780  East  Twelfth,  and  liquor 
saloon,  782  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Liebmann  Louis,  salesman  E.  D.  Block  &  Co.,  dwl  Brush  bet  Sev- 
enth and  Eighth. 

LIESE  HENRY,  Brooklyn  Market,  765  East  Twelfth,  dwl  763 
East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Lievaux  Charles,  cook  Remillard  &  Bros.,  NE  cor  First  and   Clay. 

Liliencrantz  August,  physician,  dwl  263  Twelfth. 

Linch  P.  F.  Miss,  dressmaker  R.  Scott,  dwl  S  s  Chase  bet  Willow 
and  Wood,  W.  O. 

Linchecomb  Harriet  (widow),  nurse,  dwl  833  Franklin. 

Lincke  Rudolph  F.,  carriage  painter,  dwl  722  Myrtle. 

Lincoln  H.  D.,  carpenter,  dwl  365  Ninth. 

Lincoln  Oscar,  real  estate  agent,  office  923  Broadway,  dwl  917  Jef- 
ferson. 

Lindemian  J.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Division  bet  Pine  and  Wood, 
W.  O. 

Lindsay  Celia  Mrs.,  midwife,  dwl  Brooklyn  Hotel,  E.  O. 

Lindsay  John,  farmer,  dwl  Brooklyn  Hotel,  E.  O. 


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E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  958  Bdwy,  call  for  catalogue  and  price  list. 


250  OAKLAND  L]       DIRECTORY. 

Liiidsey  R.,  painter,  dwl  N  s  West  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirk- 
ham,  W.  0. 
Lindsey  R.  T.,  mason,  dwl  S  s  Lydia  nr  Curtis,  W.  0. 
Lindsley  W.  W.,  saddler,  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av. 
Lindstrom  Andrew,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Cedar  and 

Pine,  W.  O. 
Linnett  J.  E.,  foreman  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Lint  John,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  E  s  Lewis  bet  West  Fifth  and 

Railroad  Av.,  W  0. 
Linthicum  Augustus,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Lydia  bet  Curtis  and  West. 
Lippman  A.  (Mellis  &  L.),  dwl  662  Fifth. 
Lippold  Bernhard,  tanner  and  currier  Crist  &  Rued,  dwl   S  s  East 

Fourteenth  bet  Eighteenth  and  Nineteenth  avs,  E.  O. 
Lisbon  Louis,  hostler,  dwl  Bay  Place  nr  Broadway. 
List  August,  ship  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Lister  Archibald,  telegraph  operator  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Litel  Joseph,  freight  clerk  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  bet 

Willow  and  Campbell,  W.  O. 
Litle   Robert  A.,  proprietor  Grand  Western   Restaurant,  Railroad 

Av.  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 
Litle  William  H.  (Smitten  <£  L.),  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine  and 

Wood,  W.  O. 
Little  Frank,  laborer,  dwl  NE  cor  Brown  and  Market. 
Little  James,  farmer,  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av. 
Little  James  R.,  clerk  F.  L.  Courvoisier,  dwl  357  Eighth. 
Little  J.  H.,  freight  clerk  C.  P.  R.  R,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Little  Samuel,  wood  turner,  dwl  S  s   Caledonia  bet  Telegraph  Av. 

and  Grove. 
Little  William  C.  (Taylor  &  Co.),  dwl  W  s  Broadway  nr  Moss  Av. 
Littlefield  Van  R.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R,  W.  O. 
Littlejohn  Edward  H.,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  W  s   Chester  bet 

West  Ninth  and  West  Twelfth,  W.  O. 
Littlejohn  Gilbert  H.,  conductor  local  train,  C.  P.   R.   R.,  dwl  W  s 

Seventh  Av.  bet  East  Tenth  and  East  Eleventh,  E.  O. 
Livermore  Joseph,  merchant,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Myrtle  and 

Market. 
Livermore  William,  blacksmith,  dwl  Twenty-sixth  bet   Union  and 

Adeline. 
Liverpool  &  London  &  Globe  Fire  Insurance  Co.,   S.    H.   Mather 

agent,  office  917  Broadway. 
Livingston  Benjamin,  trader,  dwl  Union  nr  Twenty-sixth. 
LIVINGSTON  HENRY  B.,  local  editor  Oakland  Transcript,  office 

911  Broadway,  dwl  Bartlett  House. 
Lloyd  Benjamin  E.,  bookkeeper,  dwl  NW  cor  Fifth  and  Alice. 
Lloyd  John,  attorney  at  law  (S.  F.),  dwl  561  Fifth. 
Locke  Annie  Mrs.,  dwl  623  Tenth. 
Locke  H.  E.  mining,  dwl  E  s  Filbert  bet  West  Eighth  and  West 

Tenth,  W.  O. 
Locke  Jeremiah,  carriage  builder,  dwl  NE  cor  Pine  and  Railroad 

Av.,  W.  O. 


The  best  ice  cream  freezers  for  sale  at  GORDON'S,  469  Ninth  Street. 


0.  F.  S.— Oakland  Feed  Store,  416  Ninth  St.  near  Broadway— 0.  F.  S. 


OAKLAND  L  ]       DIRECTORY. 


251 


Locke  John,  trackman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  West  Oakland  House,  W.  0. 
Locke  Zacharias,  teamster,  dwl  S  s  William  bet  Willow  and  Wood, 

w.  o. 

Lockerman  William,  capitalist,  dwl  Grand  Western  Hotel,  W.  0. 

Lockington  Julius,  real  estate,  dwl  Thirty-fifth  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Lockington  William  N.,  architect,  dwl  Thirty-fifth  nr  San  Pablo  Ay. 

Loden  Joseph,  clerk,  dwl  XW  cor  West  Tenth  and  Linden. 

LOEPER  CHARLES  F.  E.,  brass  founder  and  finisher,  904  Wash- 
ington. 

Loftus ,  W  s  San  Pablo  Av.  nr  Temescal  Bridge. 

Logan  A.  J.,  clerk  (S.  F.)  dwl  S  s  West  Eighth  bet  Union  and 
Poplar,  W.  O. 

Logan  James,  fireman,  dwl  W  s  Short  bet  Goss  and  Division,  W.  O. 

Logan  James,  laborer,  dwl  W  s  Harrison  cor  Third. 

Logan  N.,  dwl  S  s  Eighth  bet  Adeline  and  Union. 

Logan  Oliver  C.  (Logan  <£•  Blakeslee),  dwl  655  Madison. 

Logan  &  Blakeslee  (Oliver  C.  Logan  and  R.  Blakeslee),  fruits,  nuts, 
candies,  and  groceries,  861  Broadway. 

Lohman  Isaac,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  cor  Madison  and  Lake  Av. 

Lohsan  Jordan  H,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Spring  nr  Adeline. 

Lombard  Charles  L.,  carpenter  Blethen  &  Terry,  res  Temescal. 

London  Assurance  Corporation  (London,  Fire),  Henry  W.  George 
agent,  olfice  1004  Broadway. 

Lone  Thomas,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  bet  West  Eighteenth  and  West 
Twentieth,  W.  O. 

Long  George,  butcher  J.  H.  Davis,  dwl  Union  Hotel,  E.  O. 

Long  John,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Lydia  nr  Curtis,  W.  O. 

Long  Levi  H,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Henry  bet  Railroad  A  v.  and 
West  Fifth,  W.  O. 

Long  Mary  A.  (widow),  dwl  X  s  Taylor  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 

Long  William,  butcher,  1050  Franklin. 

Longe  George,  butcher  John  H.  Davis,  dwl  Union  Hotel,  E.  O. 

Loomis  John,  painter,  dwl  571  Third. 

Lorado  Carmena  Mrs.,  dwl  S  s  Sixth  bet  Grove  and  Castro. 

Lorence  Louisa  (widow),  dressmaker,  dwl  707  Franklin. 

Loring  George  Y., secretary  and  superintendent  Oakland  Railroad  Co., 
office  921  Broadway,  dwl  XW  cor  West  Tenth  and  Linden,  W.  O. 

Loring  Williston  A,  dwl  S  s  Railroad  A  v.  bet  Henry  and  Chester. 

Lorngbohm  Peter,  driver  Oakland  Railroad  Co. 

Lorquin  Ernest  F.,  naturalist  and  taxidermist,  dwl  E  s  Elm  bet  Col- 
lege Av.  and  Hawthorne. 

Lossman  L.,  tailor,  dwl  Alta  House. 

Lostan  Frederick,  printer,  dwl  363  Eighth. 

Loudden  J.  E.,  stock  broker,  dwl  921  Broadway. 

Lougee  Charles  H,  wrecker,  dwl  West  Eighth  nr  Chester,  W.  O. 

Lough  Henry,  butcher,  dwl  700  Franklin. 

Lough  Hemy,  clerk  P.  Barrett,  dwl  514  Fifth. 

Loughborough  J.  N.,  president  Pacific  Seventh  Day  Adyentist  Pub- 
lishing Association,  office  Castro  bet  Eleyenth  and  Twelfth,  dwl 
cor  Eleventh  and  Brush. 


0  I  C  TJ  B  going  to  purchase  Stationery— try  STRICKLAND  &  CO. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  958  Bdwy,  houses  rented— rents  collected. 


OAKLAND  L  ]       DIRECTORY. 


Louis  Antone,  grain  screener  Weston  &  Welch,  dwl  1818  Thirteenth 
Av.,  E.  O. 

Loins  Joseph,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

Love  George  A.,  clerk,  dwl  W  s  Market  bet  West  Tenth  and  West 
Eleventh,  W.  O. 

Love  James  H.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr  Seventeenth. 

Love  Richard,  carpenter  California  Bridge  and  Biulding  Co. 

Love  William  H.,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Bay  Place  nr  Broadway. 

Lovejoy  John,  carpenter,  dwl  700  Franklin. 

Loveland  Isaac  E.,  engineer  stm  Alameda,  dwl  SW  cor  Pine  and 
Lincoln,  W.  O. 

Lovett  Thomas,  carpenter,  dwl  SW  cor  Sixth  and  Harrison. 

Low  F.  G.  Jr.,  bookkeeper  Bowen  Brothers,  dwl  New  Broadway. 

Low  James,  carpenter  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co.,  dwl  420  First. 

Lowe  W.  W.,  dwl  W  s  Market  bet  West  Ninth  and  West  Tenth, 
W.  O. 

Lowell  Nathan  R.,  proprietor  Eagle  Warehouse  (S.  F.),  dwl  NE  cor 
Sixteenth  and  West. 

Lowell  William  H.,  mining,  dwl  955  Jackson. 

Lowrey  F.  C,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  NW  cor  West  and  Fourteenth. 

Lowrey  Frederick  J.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  NW  cor  West  and 
Fourteenth. 

Lowrey  Michael,  wiper  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Lowry  F.  E.,  book  agent,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  Railroad  Av.  and 
West  Eighth,  W.  O. 

Lowry  John,  stableman  G.  A.  Stubbs,  dwl  413  Fourth. 

Lowry  Michael,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Mar- 
ket and  Myrtle,  W.  0. 

Lowser  Michael,  carpenter,  dwl  SE  cor  Myrtle  and  West  Third,  W.  0. 

Loyd  T.  E.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  bet  Center  and  Kirk- 
ham,  W.  O. 

Loyd  William,  blacksmith,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 

Loyn  Charles,  dwl  617  Broadway. 

Lu  Gar  J.  B.,  manager  health  lift  (S.  F.),  dwl  SE  cor  Franklin  and 
Durant. 

Lubback  Oswald,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  1071  Thirteenth  Av., 
E.  O. 

Lubbe  Peter  (Lubbe  &  Co.),  dwl  Franklin  bet  Tenth  and  Eleventh. 

LUBBE  &■  CO.  (Peter  Lubbe  ami  William  Kohler),  liquor  saloon, 
832  Broadway. 

Lucas  Robert  B.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-first  bet  Brush  and  West. 

Luce  Frank,  boatman,  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av. 

Ludgate  Robert,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Poplar  bet  West  Tenth  and 
West  Twelfth,  W.  O. 

Ludwig  Edward,  bricklayer,  dwl  West  Fourteenth  nr  Kirkham. 

Ludwig  Zacharias,  cabinetmaker,  dwl  767  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Luelling  O.  T.,  bookkeeper  H.  E.  Wilcox,  dwl  470  Eighth. 

Lufkin  Charles  E.,  special  policeman,  dwl  813  Market. 

Lufkin  Thomas,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  East  Twenty-first  bet  Twenty- 
first  and  Twenty-second  avs,  E.  O. 


Try  GORDON'S  ice  cream,  it  is  the  best  and  cheapest.   469  Ninth  St. 


0.  F.  S.— Oil-cake  meal  and  ground  barl'y,  416  Ninth  nr  Bdwy— 0.  F.  S. 


OAKLAND  L  ]       DIRECTORY. 


253 


Luitz  B.,  rancher,  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av. 

Luke  George,  farmer,  Park  Tract  nr  Indian  Gulch,  E.  O. 

Lukins  Edward,  watchman  C.  P.  R.  P.,  dwl  Central  Pacific  Railroad 
House,  W.  O. 

Lulley  Manuel,  dwl  919  "Webster. 

Lulley  Mark,  clerk  1ST.  Williams,  dwl  919  Webster. 

Lulley  Moses,  clerk  Altschul,  Simon  &  Co.,  dwl  919  Webster. 

Lund  Nettie  Miss,  dressmaker,  dwl  S  s  Eighth  nr  Chester,  W.  0. 

Luner  James,  clerk,  dwl  E  s  Willow  bet  Seward  and  Lincoln,  W.  O. 

Lunens  Samuel,  plumber,  'dwl  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham, 
W.  O. 

LUSK  J.  &  CO.,  manufacturers  canned  fruits  and  vegetables,  N  s 
Evoy  Av.  bet  Telegraph  and  San  Pablo  avs. 

Lusk  Josiah  (J.  Lush  &  Co.),  dwl  N  s  Evoy  Av.  bet  Telegraph  and 
San  Pablo  avs. 

Lusk  Lewis  P.,  engineer  J.  Lusk  &,  Co.,  dwl  S  s  Evoy  Av.  nr  Tele- 
graph Av. 

Lussier  L.  O.,  artist,  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  bet  Market  and  West. 

LUTH  JOHN",  liquor  saloon,  382  East  Twelfth,  dwl  E  s  Seventh 
Av.  bet  East  Twelfth  and  East  Fourteenth,  E.  0. 

Luther  Arthur,  farmer,  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av. 

Luty  Mathias,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Eighteenth  nr  Broadway. 

Lutz  Henry  (Lutz  &  Berg),  dwl  959  Webster. 

Lutz  John,  carpenter  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co.,  dwl  417  Seventh. 

Lutz  Louis,  laborer,  dwl  cor  Eighth  and  Washington. 

LUTZ  &  BERG  (Henry  Lutz  and  Maurice  Berg),  importers  looking 
glasses,  engravings,  and  chromos,  and  manufacturers  picture 
frames,  etc.,  1058  Broadway. 

Lycurgus  Thomas,  laborer,  dwl  553  Sixth. 

Lycurgus  William,  bootblack  Samuel  Bowser,  dwl  cor  Sixth  and  Clay. 

Lydon  Michael,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Lyman  Frederick,  candymaker  F.  A.  Roediger,  dwl  N  s  Taylor  bet 
Wood  and  Willow,  W.  O. 

Lynam  Joseph,  shoecutter  D.  Stuart,  dwl  cor  Washington  and  Sev- 
enth. 

Lynch  A.  F.,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  West  Twelfth  bet  Linden  and  Filbert, 
W.  O. 

Lynch  Burnham,  grocer,  dwl  523  Eighth. 

Lynch  Dennis,  deck  hand  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Louise. 

Lynch  Eugene,  teamster  Duffy  &  O'Neil,  dwl  704  Webster. 

Lynch  Henry  J.,  painter,  dwl  733  Filbert. 

Lynch  James,  teamster  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co. 

Lynch  John,  bookkeeper  Barnes  &  Taylor,  dwl  315  Eleventh. 

Lynch  John,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 

Lynch  John,  laundryman,  dwl  369  Ninth. 

Lynch  John,  liquor  saloon,  W  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr  Forty-first. 

Lynch  John,  wood  carver,  dwl  S  s  Eighth  bet  Willow  and  Campbell, 
W.  O. 

Lynch  J.  W.  (Burnham  &  L.),  dwl  523  Eighth. 

Lynch  Norman,  shipwright  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 


All  goods  are  sold  at  Eastern  prices  at  STRICKLAND  &  CO.'S  store, 


E.  W.  "WOODWAED  &  CO.,  houses  and  lots  in  all  parts  of  the  city. 


254  OAKLAND       [M  DIRECTORY. 

Lynch  Patrick,  teamster,  dwl  S  s  Seventeenth  bet  Market  and  West. 
Lynch  Peter  J.,  gardener,  dwl  721  Filbert. 
Lynch  Thomas,  laborer,  dwl  315  Eleventh. 

Lynch  W.  F.  B.,  superintendent  Common  Schools,  County  of  Ala- 
meda, office  County  Court  House,  res  Centerville. 
Lynde  Elizabeth  (widow),  dwl  666  Tenth. 

Lynde  George  L.  (Lynde  &  Howard),  dwl  1171  Sixteenth  Av.,  E.  0. 
LYNDE  k  HOWARD  (George  L.  Lynde  and  John  H.  Howard), 

plumbing,  stoves,  tinware  and  hardware,  683  East  Twelfth,  E.  0. 
Lyon  John  L.  (Lyon  <k  Fowler,  /S'.  F.),  dwl  NW  cor  West  Twelfth 

and  West,  W.  O. 
Lyons  Daniel,  farmer,  dwl  Twenty-sixth  bet  Union  and  Adeline. 
Lyons  E.  J.,  ship  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  bet  Wood  and 

Willow,  W.  O. 
Lyons  H.  H.  (Chase  &  L.),  homeopathic  physician,  office  and  dwl  462 

Tenth. 
Lyons  James,  bootmaker  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  West  Fifth  bet  Linden 

and  Filbert,  W.  O. 
Lyons  James,  laborer  Badger's  Grand  Central  Park,  E.  0. 
Lyons  J.  G,  brakeman  C.  P.  P.  R.,  dwl  West  Oakland  House,  W.  0. 
Lyons  John,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  E  s  Goss  bet  Cedar  and 

Bay,  W.  O. 
Lyons  John,  painter,  dwl  N  s  Fourteenth  nr  Market. 
Lyons  J.  W.,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  West  Tenth  and  West  Twelfth,  W.  O. 
Lyons  John,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 
Lyons  Matthew,  machinist,  dwl  West  Sixteentht  bet  Cypress  and 

Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Lyons  Thomas  M.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Seventeenth  bet  Kirkham 

and  Cypress,  W.  0. 
Lyons  William,  merchant,  dwl  226  Ninth. 


M. 

Mabrey  Thomas,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  0. 

Mabrey  W.  L.,  storekeeper  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  NE  cor  Seward  and 

Wood,  W.  O. 
Macartney  Harvey,  painter  J.  E.  How. 
MacCann  William,  salesman  Pacific  Woolen  Mills  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s 

Castro  bet  Seventh  and  Eighth. 
MacHall  Thomas,  tailor  Harris  Brothers,  dwl  Eland  House. 
Macdonald  Alexander,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Cedar 

and  Pine,  W.  O. 
Macdonald  John  B.,  ship  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Henry  bet  West  Third 

and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 
Macdonald  J.  A.  C,  gas  fitter  A.  Gemmell,  dwl  Telegraph  Av. 
Macdonald  Roderick,  gardener,  dwl  Adeline  bet  Twenty-fourth  and 

Twenty-sixth. 
Mace  William,  U.  S.  boarding  officer  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Adeline  bet 

West  Eighteenth  and  West  Twentieth,  W.  O. 


Drink  Napa  Soda  and  enjoy  life  and  health.    Agency,  469  Ninth  St. 


0. F. S—  Hay,  ground  feed,  and  grain,  416  Ninth  near  Bdwy— 0.  F.  5. 


OAKLAND       [M  DIRECTORY.  255 

Macfarland  Edward,  dwl  Grand  Central  Hotel. 

Machael  Thomas,  tailor,  dwl  Eland  House. 

Machfan  David,  currier  Crist  &  Rued,. dwl  NE  cor  Twenty-first  Av. 
and  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Machieva  Carlo,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co. 

Mackantee  Edward,  laborer  C.  P.  P.  R.,dwl  Railroad  Exchange, W.  0. 

Mackay  John,  teamster,  dwl  Third  bet  Broadway  and  Franklin. 

Mackee  H,  dwl  Grand  Central  Hotel. 

Mackey Mrs.,  dressmaker,  dwl  512  Eighth. 

Mackey  F.,  farm  hand  F.  C.  Coggeshall,  W  s  San  Pablo  Av.  nr  Tem- 
ascal  Bridge. 

Mackey  John  S.,  teamster  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  S  s  Third  bet  Broad- 
and  Franklin. 

Macquart  Gustave,  pipemaker  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  dwl  Over- 
land House. 

Macready  William  E.,  clerk  W.  Helmer,  dwl  914  Broadway. 

Madden  Daniel,  laborer,  dwl  NE  cor  Myrtle  and  Fourteenth. 

Madden  Frank  (Madden  <b  Sheedy),  dwl  408  Thirteenth. 

Madden  Henry,  plumber  John  Spencer. 

Madden  Michael,  dwl  S  s  Summer  nr  Adeline. 

Madden  Michael,  lather,  dwl  junction  Adeline  and  San  Pablo  Av. 

Madden  William,  trackman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  E  s  Pine  bet  Seward 
and  Lincoln,  W.  0. 

Madden  <fe  Sheedy  (Frank  Madden  and  John  Sheedy),  marble  cut- 
ters, 1112  Broadway. 

Maddock  Delia  Miss,  dressmaker,  dwl  953  Webster. 

Maddock  Morris,  dwl  953  Webster. 

Madison  Peter,  painter,  dwl  Eland  House. 

Madsen  Julius  iL,  gardener,  dwl  W  s  Filbert  bet  West  Twelfth  and 
West  Fourteenth,  W.  O. 

Maffett  F.,  driver  Oakland  Railroad  Co.,  res  Temescal. 

Magawley  Thomas,  carpenter,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 

Magee  John  D.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 

Magee  Michael,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 

Magee  P.,  clerk,  dwl  S  s  West  Eighth  bet  Adeline  and  Union,  W.  O. 

Magill  David,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Thoroughfare. 

Magill  H.  J.,  clerk  Home  Mutual  Insurance  Co.,  res  Alameda. 

MAGILL  R.  H.,  Alameda  County  Branch  Home  Mutual  Insur- 
ance Co.,  office  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Ninth,  res  Alameda. 

Magner  M.  Mrs.,  boarding  and  lodging,  1021  Franklin. 

Magner  Michael,  painter,  dwl  1021  Franklin. 

Magruder  F.,  clerk,  dwl  N  s  Pine  bet  Division  and  Seward,  W.  O. 

Maguire  John,  watchman  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  410  Tenth. 

Mahar  William,  conductor  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  360  Eighth. 

Mahns  Charles,  hostler  J.  C.  Trescott,  dwl  405  Twelfth. 

Mahoney  C,  watchman  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Thoroughfare. 

Mahoney  Cornelius,  laborer,  dwl  659  Third. 

Mahoney  Dennis,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

Mahoney  James  F.,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Taylor  bet  Willow 
and  Campbell,  W.  O. 


STRICKLAND  &  CO.,  Books  and  Stationery,  1061  Broadway,  Oakland, 


E.  %  "WOODWARD  &  CO.,  958  Broadway,  Oakland  Real  Estate. 


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OAKLAND      DIRECTORY. 


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WHITS    8ULPHUB    8PBIH 

Situated  on  Oakland  Heights,  three  miles  from  Oakland. 


The  Springs  are  highly  charged  with  Sulphur,  Iron  and  Magnesia.  Warm,  Cold  and 
Shower  Baths,  free  of  charge  to  the  guests  of  the  house. 

The  t;i  i  inate  is  mild  and  pleasant,  and  the  view  from  the  house  and  grounds  unsur- 
passed. 

For  Families  boarding  at  this  hotel,  among  the  chief  attractions  are  the  fine  old  oaks, 
general  shrubbery  and  forest  trees,  large  playing  and  croquet  grounds. 

The  Drive  to  Piedmont  is  one  of  the  most  pleasant  in  the  State:  go  out  Broad- 
way or  Webster  street  to  Webster  avenue,  or  out  Twelfth  street  to  the  Lake  road.  ©iTFinger- 
boards  at  all  cross-roads. 

Excellant  Stables  and  Sheds  attached  to  the  House.  Competent 
Grooms  always  in  attendance. 

Piedmont  Carriages  make  three  trips  daily,  between  Broadway  Station  and  Pied- 
mont. 

The  Lines  of  the  Western  Union  Telegraph  Co.  connect  with  the 
House. 

R.  JL.  GARDNER,  Manager. 

P.  O.  BOX,  267,  OAKLAND,  CAX.  Formerly  of  Warm  Springs,  N'ev. 

DOMINGO  GHIRARDELLI.  CHAS.  PET AR. 

—WHOLESALE  AND  RETAIL— 
— PIONEER  MANUFACTORY  OF— 

Coffee,  Chocolate,  Spices  and  Syrups, 

Goods  Sold  at  San  Francisco  Prices. 

1072  Central  Block,  Corner  Broadway  and  Twelfth  Streets. 
£^^r\r  1 3E3  jxt  j>fl-  -a.^=E>^ 

Chemical  Steam  Dyeing  Works, 

834   BROADWAY, 

Between  Sixth  and  Seventh  Streets,  o^.K.XiA.rjr>. 


BS^SILKS,  and  WOOLEN  GOODS,  CASHMERES.  FLANNELS.  BLANKETS  and 
all  kinds  of  Ladies'  and  Uentlemens'  Clothes  Cleaned,  Dyed  and  Pressed  by  steam.  All 
work  guaranteed. 

Ii.  PATZER,  Proprietor. 


GORDON'S  Ice  Cream  Manufactory,  469  Ninth  Street,  Oakland. 


0.  P. 8 .—  Hominy  and  cracked  wheat,  416  Ninth  St.  nr  Bdwy— 0.  P.  S. 


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Mahoney  Jeremiah,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Mahoney  M.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Central  Pacific  Railroad 

House,  W.  O. 
Mahony  Dennis,  laborer,  dwl  560  Third. 
Mahony  Thomas,  employe  U.  S.  Custom  House  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  West 

Eighth  bet  Castro  and  Grove,  W.  0. 
Main  Alexander,  dwl  658  Fifth. 
Major  Robert,  mason,  dwl  S  s  West  Eighth  bet  Campbell  and  Per- 

alta,  W.  O. 
Malacarne  Baptist  (Pagge  &  M. ),  dwl  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Seventh. 
Malcomb  C.  L.,  engineer,  dwl  West  Twelfth  nr  Campbell,  W.  0. 
Malcomb  George,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  bet  Market  and  West, 

W.  O. 
Maleton  Edward,  hairdressing  saloon,  cigars  and  tobacco,  919  Broad- 
way, dwl  ISTE  cor  San  Pablo  Av.  and  Twenty-second. 
Maleton  Henry,  liquor  saloon,  SE  cor  Twenty-second  and  San  Pablo 

Av. 
Malin  Michael,  blacksmith,  dwl  1054  Franklin. 
Malley  M.,  helper  C.  P.  R.  R,  W.  O. 
Mallet  Jean  (J.  Mallet  &•  Co.),  dwl  617  Broadway. 
Mallet  J.  &,  Co.  (Adele  Caster  a),  bakery  617  Broadway. 
Mallory  Edward  M.,  dwl  N  s  William  bet  Wood  and  Pine,  W.  O. 
Malloy  M.,  dwl  Thirty-fifth  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 
Malloy  Thomas,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Louise. 
Malm  Charles  A.  (D.  S.  Martin  &  Co.,  S.  F.),  dwl  NW  cor  Wood 

and  Lincoln,  W.  O. 
Malone  George,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-first  bet  Curtis  and  West. 
Malone  Patrick,  gardener,  dwl  E  s  Webster  bet  Twenty-first  and 

Twenty-second. 
Maloney  Dennis,  gardener  Peder  Sather,  dwl  SW  cor  Eighteenth 

and  West. 
Maloney  James,  marble  polisher  Madden  &  Sheedy,  dwl  415  Seventh. 
Maloney  J.,  painter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Maloney  John,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  West  Eighteenth  bet  West  and 

Market,  W.  O. 
Maloney  M.  L.,  carpenter,  dwl  1021  Franklin. 
Maloney  Patrick,  carpenter,  dwl  cor  Peralta  and  Twenty-eighth. 
Maloney  Patrick,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  West  Eighteenth  bet  West  and 

Market,  W.  O. 
Maloney  Thomas,  bootmaker  E.  Fitzgerald,  dwl  409  Seventh. 
Maloon  Benjamin  F.,  hay  and  grain,  SE  cor  Market  and  Twelfth, 

dwl  SW  cor  Eighteenth  and  Market. 
Maloon   George  E.,  salesman  Benjamin  F.   Maloon,  dwl   SW  cor 

Eighteenth  and  Market. 
Maloon  Henry,  salesman  Seth  B.  Maloon,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-first  nr 

West. 
Maloon  Seth  B.,  hay,  grain,  and  feed,  dwl  S  s  Seventeenth  bet  Brush 

and  West. 
Manchester  G.  W.,  real  estate  agent,  dwl  N  s  Cedar  bet  Goss  and 

Short,  W.  O. 


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Manders  Henry,  ship  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  0. 

Mandeville  Simon  V.,  blindmaker  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  SE  cor 
Broadway  and  Fourth. 

Manehan  Patrick,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Star  House,  W.  0. 

Manfeld  George,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  0. 

Mangin  J.  C,  horseshoer  T.  D.  Weymouth,  dwl  SW  cor  Eleventh 
and  Franklin. 

MANHATTAN  MARBLE  CO.  OF  CALIFORNIA,  L.  L.  Alex- 
ander superintendent,  factory  and  salesroom  NW  cor  West  First 
and  Filbert,  W.  0. 

Manley  James,  dairyman,  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av.- 

Manley  Jedediah  M.,  mining  superintendent,  dwl  518  East  Four- 
teenth, E.  0. 

Manley  John,  laborer,  dwl  SE  cor  Twenty-second  and  Webster. 

Manlove  S.  A.,  dwl  N  s  Eleventh  bet  Brush  and  Castro. 

Mann  Albert  W.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  Castro  bet  Ninth  and 
Tenth. 

Mann  Edward,  teamster,  dwl  S  s  Sycamore  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Mann  S.  Miss,  teacher  drawing  Public  Schools,  res  San  Francisco. 

Manner  James,  bookkeeper,  dwl  264  Fifth. 

Mannie  Marcel,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Amelia,  dwl  1008 
Tenth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Manning  Patrick,  carpenter,  dwl  1087  West  Third. 

Manning  William  (Kennedy  &  M.),  dwl  565  Second. 

Mansfield  Charles,  dwl  cor  Sixth  and  Franklin. 

Mansfield  James,  second  officer  Swing  Crew  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland 
Ferry  Wharf. 

Mansion  House,  James  H.  Kimball  proprietor,  NE  cor  Fifteenth 
Av.  and  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Mansion  House,  Miss  L.  A.  Willey  proprietress,  NE  cor  Broadway 
and  Fourteenth. 

Manuel ,  teamster  Josiah   Sessions,  dwl   SE   cor   Seventh  Av. 

and  East  Nineteenth,  E.  O. 

Manuel  George  S.,  engineer  Signs  of  the  Times,  dwl  cor  Eleventh 
and  Castro. 

Manuel  George  W.,  dwl  NE  cor  Castro  and  Fourteenth. 

Manuel  Joseph,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

Manzen  Henry,  car  cleaner  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Maple  Leaf  Nursery,  Lavens  M.  Newsom  proprietor,  151  East 
Twelfth,  E.  O. 

March  F.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Eleventh  bet  Brush  and  Castro. 

Marden  David,  mason,  dwl  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirkham, 
W.  O. 

Marchado  Marquis,  stableman  Oakland  Trotting  Park. 

Marcotte  A.  V.  (Marcotte  Bros.),  dwl  703  Broadway. 

Marcotte  Brothers  (Alphonse  V.  and  Charles),  tailors,  703  Broad- 
way. 

Marcotte  Charles  (Marcotte  Bros.),  dwl  703  Broadway. 
Marcus  Isaiah,  variety  and  auction  store,  869   Broadway,  dwl  816 
Clay. 


GORDON'S  ice  cream  is  the  best  and  cheapest.    469  Ninth  St. 


0. 1.  S  — Wheat  and  cracked  corn,  416  Ninth  nr  Broadway.— 0.  P.  S. 


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Marcus  L.,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  West  Eighteenth  bet  West  and  Market, 
W.  O. 

Marianti  William,  proprietor  Eastern  Hotel,  714  East  Twelfth,  E.  0. 

Marilli  S.  E.,  waiter  Pagge  &  Malacarne,  dwl  SE  cor  Broadway  and 
Seventh. 

Markley  George  W.,  carpenter,  dwl  760  Brush. 

Marks  Aaron,  glazier  and  dealer  doors,  windows,  blinds,  etc.,  424 
Eighth. 

Marks  Antone,  carpenter  James  Larue,  dwl  N  s  East  Fourteenth 
bet  Eighteenth  and  Nineteenth  avs,  E.  O. 

Marks  Joseph,  laborer  James  Larue,  dwl  N  s  East  Fourteenth  bet 
Eighteenth  and  Nineteenth  avs,  E.  O. 

Mark's  M,  glazier  Aaron  Marks,  dwl  424  Eighth. 

Marks  Morris,  bookkeeper  Aaron  Marks,  dwl  424  Eighth. 

Marolf  Christ,  dwl  418  Fifth. 

Marquand  Henry  M.,  printer  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  East  Sixteenth  bet 
Eleventh  and  Twelfth  avs,  E.  O. 

Marques  Alphonse  ( Alphonse  &  J.  Marques),  dwl  471  Ninth. 

Marques  John  (Alphonse  &  J.  Marques),  dwl  921  Broadway. 

Marques  Alphonse  &  J.  (Alphonse  and  John),  restaurant  and  ice 
cream  saloon,  459  Ninth. 

Marr  Archibald,  foreman  shipwright  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.,  W.  O. 

Marr  Henry,  painter,  dwl  S  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  Tenth  and  Elev- 
enth avs,  E.  O. 

Marr  Mary  (widow),  dwl  S  s  East  Sixteenth,  bet  Tenth  and  Elev- 
enth avs,  E.  O. 

Marr  Walter,  brakeman  local  train  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  East  Six- 
teenth bet  Tenth  and  Eleventh  avs,  E.  O. 

Marsden  Richard,  furniture  dealer,  NE  cor  Pine  and  Railroad  Av., 

w.  o. 

Marsh  Charles  C,  attorney  at  law,  dwl  666  Tenth. 

Marsh  Charles  P.,  capitalist,  dwl  713  Eighth. 

Marsh  Elias  B.,  dwl  SW  cor  Madison  and  Fourth. 

Marsh  F.  P.,  dwl  713  Eighth. 

Marsh  John,  baker  Grand  Central  Hotel,  dwl  321  Eleventh. 

Marsh  John  C,  deputy  assessor,  office  462  Ninth,  dwl  713  Eighth. 

Marsh  Samuel  E.,  attorney  at  law,  dwl  921  Broadway. 

Marsh  W.  V.,  teacher  penmanship  Golden  Gate  Academy,  Plymouth 

Av.  bet  Broadway  and  Telegraph  avs,  dwl  Academy  hill. 
MARSHAL  CITY  OF  OAKLAND,  Perry  Johnson,  office  5  City 

Hall. 

Marshall ,  dwl  563  Eleventh. 

Marshall  Alexander,  ship  joiner,  dwl  W  s  Goss  bet  Cedar  and  Bay, 

W.  0. 
Marshall  Charles,  dwl  W  s  Webster  cor  Seventeenth. 
Marshall  George  W.,  saloon,  dwl  677  Fifth. 
Marshall  Henry,  cashier  tax  collector  (S.  F.),  dwl  NE  cor  Twelfth  and 

Brush. 
Marshall  John,  sash  and  blindmaker,  dwl  166  Seventh. 
Marshall  Juan,  mariner,  dwl  W  s  Goss  bet  Cedar  and  Bay,  W.  O. 


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260  OAKLAND       [M  DIRECTORY. 

Marshall  Manuel,  clwl  E  s  Filbert  bet  West  Eighth  and  "West 
Tenth,  W.  O. 

Marshall  Michael,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-second  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Marshall  Richard,  paper  hanger,  dwl  817  Castro. 

Marston  Benjamin  S.,  county  recorder,  office  County  Court  House, 
dwl  805  Jackson. 

Marston  Charles  A.,  employe  U.  S.  Custom  House  (S.  F.),  dwl  W 
s  Jackson  bet  Twelfth  and  Lake  Merritt. 

Marston  Frank,  patternmaker  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Campbell  bet  Lin- 
coln and  West  Twelfth,  W.  O. 

Marston  J.  S.,  dwl  W  s  Jackson  bet  Twelfth  and  Lake  Merritt. 

Marston  Julius,  real  estate  broker,  dwl  408  Thirteenth. 

Marston  S.  I.  Mrs.,  proprietress  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House;  NE 
cor  Eleventh  and  Webster. 

Marston  William,  painter,  dwl  E  s  Poplar  bet  West  Tenth  and 
West  Twelfth,  W.  0. 

Marstow  H,  carpenter,  dwl  West  Sixteenth  nr  Kirkham,  W.  O. 

Martel  Charles,  bootblack  Samuel  Bowser,  dwl  Twelfth  bet  Broad- 
way and  Franklin. 

Martel  James  L.,  real  estate  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr 
Sycamore. 

Martell  Melissa  (widow),  dwl  701  Franklin. 

Martens  Joseph,  farmer,  dwl  Moss  Av.  cor  Telegraph  Av. 

Martin  Addison,  grocer  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Seventh  Av.  bet  East 
Tenth  and  East  Eleventh,  E.  O. 

Martin  Alexander,  laborer,  dwl  West  Sixteenth  bet  Cypress  and 
Center,  W.  O. 

Martin  Antone,  quarrynian  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co. 

Martin  B.  E.,  carpenter,  dwl  Center  nr  West  Fifteenth,  W.  O. 

Martin  C.  C,  machinist,  dwl  West  Sixteenth  bet  Cypress  and  Cen- 
ter, W.  O. 

Martin  Daniel  E.,  superintendent  Pacific  Ice  Co.  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s 
Harrison  nr  Sixteenth. 

Martin  Daniel  L.,  carpenter,  dwl  408  Thirteenth. 

Martin  Ebenezer,  bricklayer,  dwl  168  Second. 

Martin  H.  D.,  laborer,  dwl  360  Ninth. 

Martin  Ignatius,  restaurant,  679  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Martin  James,  pipemaker  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  dwl  Overland 
House. 

Martin  James  L.,  carpenter,  dwl  319  Fourth. 

Martin  Jane  (widow),  dwl  West  Sixteenth  bet  Cypress  and  Center, 
W.  0. 

Martin  J.  C,  attorney  at  law,  office  921  Broadway,  dwl  E  s  Grove 
bet  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth. 

Martin  J.  G.,  stableman  L.  M.  Beaudry,  dwl  852  Broadway. 

Martin  J.  H.  hostler  Whitney  &  Co.'s  Express,  dwl  Sixth  bet  Broad- 
way and  Franklin. 

Martin  J.  J.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 

Martin  J.  N.,  helper,  dwl  West  Sixteenth  bet  Cypress  and   Center, 

w.  o. 


J.  S.  G.  GORDON  is  the  pioneer  ice  man.    Office,  469  Ninth  Street. 


0.  F.  S.— Every  bale  of  hay  sold  by  weight,  416  Ninth  Street— 0.  F.  S. 


OAKLAND       [  \J  DIRECTORY.  261 

Martin  John,  carpenter,  dwl  323  Fifth. 

Martin  John,  carpenter,  dwl  661  Washington. 

Martin  John  K.,  barkeeper  P.  Hayes,  dwl  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Fourth. 

Martin  Joseph,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  A  v.  bet  Union  and 

Kirkham,  W.  O. 
MARTIN  J.  WEST,  president  Union  Savings  Bank,  office  SE  cor 

Broadway  and  Ninth,  dwl  Grand  Central  Hotel. 
Martin  Peter*  deck  hand  C.  P.  R.  R.  Go's  steamer  Alameda,  W.  0. 
Martin  Robert,  laborer  C.  P.    R.   R.,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.   bet 

Campbell  and  Peralta.  W.  O. 
Martin  Samuel,  clerk,  dwl  S  s  West  Fourteenth  bet  Market  and 

West.  W.  O. 
Martin  Samuel,  laborer  Chappellet  &,  Miner,  dwl  660  Harrison. 
Martin  Thomas,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Lydia  bet  Curtis  and  West,  W.  0. 
Martin  William,  painter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Central  Pacific   Railroad 

House,  W.  O. 
Martin  William,  real  estate,  dwl  479  East  Tenth,  E.  O. 
Martinez  Joseph  J.,  teamster,  dwl  363  First. 

Martinez  M.  Mine.,  teacher  modem  languages,  Golden  Gate  Acad- 
emy, dwl  Academy  Hill. 
Martinez  Raoul,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Alice  cor  Eighteenth. 
Martinovich  M.  S.,clerk  Raffo  Brothers,  dwl  Seventh  bet  Franklin 

and  Webster. 
Martins  Henry,  painter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Bay 

and  Cedar,  W.  O. 
Mason  Benjamin,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Union  and  Kirkham, 

W.  0. 
Mason  Edward,  painter  C.  P.  R,  R.,  W.  O. 
Mason  George  E.,  trainer,  Oakland  Trotting  Park. 
Mason  James,  laborer,  dwl  E  s  Thirteenth  Av.  bet  East  Fifteenth 

and  East  Sixteenth,  E.  O. 
Mason  John  A.,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Union  and  Ade- 
line, W.  O. 
Mason  Joseph,  farmer,  dwl  653  Eleventh. 
Mason  Joseph  F.,  laborer,  dwl  Union  Hotel,  E.  O. 
Mason  John  R.,  agent  San  Jose  Woolen  Mill  Co.  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s 

Webster  bet  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth. 
Mason  Lorenzo  D.,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Chase  bet  Wood  and  Willow, 

W.  0. 
Mason  Marcus,  sheep  raiser,  dwl  E  s  Telegraph  Av.  bet  Twenty-first 

and  Twenty-second. 
Mason  Orville,  dwl  653  Eleventh. 
Mason  P.,  carpenter  Bumham,  Stand eford  &  Co. 
Mason  Samuel,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av.  nr  Temescal  Bridge. 
Mason  S.  S.,  molder,  dwl  E  s  Market  nr  Eighteenth. 
Mason  Vincent,  clerk,  dwl  West  Twelfth  nr  Wood,  W.  O. 
Mason  William  C.  (W.  C.  Mason  &  Co.),  dwl  366  East  Fourteenth, 

E.  O. 
MASON  N.   C.  &  CO.   (E.    W.    Warren),  proprietors  Washington 

Hall  and  grocers,  301  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 


Buy  your  Pianos  and  Organs  at  STRICKLAND  &  CO.'S  Book  store. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  Sn  CO.,  958  Bdwy,  homes  on  the  instalment  plan. 


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MASONIC  HALLS,  SW  cor  Broadway  and  Eighth  and  SE  cor 

Broadway  and  Eleventh. 
Massey  Fannie  (widow),  dwl  365  East  Fifteenth,  E.  O. 
Massey  Harry  R.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  365  East  Fifteenth,  E.  O. 
Mather  Charles  H,  upholsterer  E.  Hook,  dwl  cor  Sixth  and  Webster. 
Mather  H,  real  estate  agent,  dwl  831  Webster. 
Mather  Joseph  W.,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av.  bet 

Twentieth  and  Twenty-first. 
Mather  S.  H.  (/Smith  &  M.),  and  agent  Liverpool  &  London  &  Globe 

Fire  Insurance  Co.,  dwl  SW  cor  Sixth  and  Webster. 
Mathews  August,  restaurant,  1022  Broadway,  dwl  419  Ninth. 
Mathews  George  W.,  tinsmith  Lynde  &,  Howard,  dwl  Eastern  Hotel, 

E.  0. 
Mathews  Henry  E.,  stationer  (S.  F.),  dwl  104  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Mathews  Julius  C,  architect,  office  924  Broadway,  dwl  N  s  Durant 

bet  Broadway  and  Franklin. 
Mathews  Walter  J.,  architect,  dwl  N  s  Durant  bet  Broadway  and 

Franklin. 
Matson  William,  bricklayer  Manhattan  Marble  Co.,  dwl  Overland 

House. 
Matthews  A.,  restaurant,  dwl  419  Ninth. 
Matthews  Charles,  laborer,  dwl  710  Franklin. 
Matthews  Charles,  laborer,  dwl  NE  cor  Second  and  Washington. 
Matthews  William  Y.,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Kirkham  and  Center, 

w.  o. 

Matthewson  James,  dairy,  dwl  E  s  Webster  junction  of  Broadway. 

Mattingly  Simeon,  miner,  dwl  715  Jefierson. 

Mattingly  W.  T.,  clerk  Home  Mutual  Insurance  Co.,  dwl  SW  cor 

Fourth  and  Jefferson. 
Mattison  Henry,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Cedar  and 

Pine,  W.  O. 
Matzcovitch  Frank,  cook  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Lewis  bet  West  Fifth  and 

Railroad  Av.,  W.  O. 
Mau  Charles,  architect  William  Stokes,  dwl  838  Broadway. 
Maul  Charles,  carpenter,  dwl  838  Broadway. 
Mautalon  Jean,  cook  Page  &  Malacarne,  dwl  SE  cor  Broadway  and 

Seventh. 
Mauvais  Zeno,  agent  Florence  Sewing  Machine,  456  Twelfth,  dwl 

1057  Alice. 
Maxim  Charles  F.,  gardener  Charles  W.  Kellogg,  SW  cor  Fifteenth 

and  Grove. 
Maxtrel  C.  E.,  machinist,  Eighteenth  nr  Market. 
Maxwell  Walter,  carpenter,  dwl  526  East  Fifteenth,  E.  O. 
MAYER  ADOLPH,  upholsterer  and  mattressmaker,   1804   East 

Fourteenth,  E.  O. 
May  Alexander  W.,  Livery  stable  SE  cor  East  Eleventh  and  Twelfth 

Av.,  E.  O.,  dwl  W  s  Tenth  Av.  bet  East  Fourteenth  and  East 

Fifteenth,  E.  O. 
May  E.  A.  (Grosso  &  M.),  dwl  2084  Webster. 
May  J.  J.,  ship  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Seventeenth  bet  Market  and  West. 


Drink  Napa  Soda,  a  pure,  natural  mineral  water.  Agency,  469  Ninth. 


0.  P.  S  —  Every  bale  of  hay  sold  by  weight,  416  Ninth  St.— 0.  P.  S. 


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May  Noel,  hoisting  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

May  Richard,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  Elev- 
enth and  Twelfth  avs,  E.  O. 

May  Samuel,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  West  Twentieth  bet  Curtis  and 
West,  W.  O.  ♦ 

May  Thomas,  agent,  dwl  714  Castro. 

May  William  B.,  attorney  at  law,  dwl  E  s  Webster  nr  Durant. 

May  born  Charles  G.,  farmer,  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av.  nr  Forty- 
second. 

Mayborn  Mary  Miss,  teacher,  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av.  nr  Forty- 
second. 

Mayer  Frank,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Poplar  bet  West  Eighth  and 
West  Tenth,  W.  0. 

Mayer  Henry,  clerk  E.  Kreyenhagen  &  Co.,  dwl  827  Broadway. 

Mayer  John,  tinsmith  Matthew  De  La  Montanya,  dwl  216  Eleventh. 

Mayhew  Harrison  A,  grain  broker  (S.  F.),  dwl  SW  cor  East  Twelfth 
and  Third  Av.,  E.  O. 

Mayo  Henry,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Mayon  T.  H,  physician,  dwl  SW  cor  Mai'ket  and  Sixteenth. 

MAYOR  CITY  OF  OAKLAND,  Mack  Webber,  office  6  City  Hall. 

Mazanovich  John,  carriage  painter  Jacob  Frederick,  res  Alameda. 

Maze  William,  carpenter,  dwl  516  Ninth. 

McAdam  Richard,  carpenter,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 

McAlister  John  H.,  wool  grader  (S.  F.),  dwl  720  Linden. 

McAnghy  E.  B.,  surveyor,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  West  Tenth  and 
West  Twelfth,  W.  0. 

McArthur  Daniel,  merchant  tailor,  N  s  Railroad  Av.  cor  Cedar, 
W.  O. 

McArthur  James,  clerk,  dwl  Grand  Western  Hotel,  W.  O. 

McArthur  John,  clerk  E.  Kreyenhagen  &  Co.,  827  Broadway. 

McEvery  Bernard,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  W  s  Cedar  bet  Atlantic 
and  William,  W.  O. 

McAvoy  Hugh  J.  ( Beaudry  &  McA.),  dwl  853  Franklin. 

McBain  M.,  laborer,  dwl  Twenty-second  nr  Curtis. 

McBean  Alexander,  farmer,  dwl  967  Jackson. 

McBoyle  J.  A.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Lincoln  bet  Willow  and  Camp- 
bell, W.  O. 

McBride  A.  H,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  West  Twelfth  nr  Willow, 
W.  O. 

McBride  M.,  machine  hand  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co. 

McBrien  Patrick,  laborer,  dwl  759  Castro. 

McBurney  L.  M.,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Market  nr  Eighteenth. 

McCabe  Edward,  laborer,  dwl  NE  cor  Seventh  Av.  and  East  Seven- 
teenth, E.  O. 

McCabe  Joseph,  farm  hand  F.  C.  Coggeshall,  W  s  San  Pablo  Av.  nr 
Temescal  Bridge. 

McCabe  Michael,  bookkeeper  J.  J.  O'Shea,  dwl  719  Sixth. 

McCabe  Nicholas  P.,  carpenter,  dwl  Ws  Filbert  bet  West  Third  and 
West  Fifth,  W.  O. 

McCafferty  William,  mason,  dwl  S  s  Lyda  nr  Curtis. 


STRICKLAND  &  CO.'S  Stationery  Store  is  No.  1061  Broadway, 


E.  W.  "WOODWARD  &  CO.,  desirable  business  property  for  sale. 


264  OAKLAND       [M  DIRECTORY. 

McCaffrey  P.,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel. 

McCallum  John  G.,  attorney  at  law  (S.  F.),  dwl  1115  Jackson. 

McCann  John,  carpenter  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co. 

McCarey  Thomas,  painter,  dwl  E  s  Wood  bet  Chase  and  Taylor,  W.  0. 

McCarge^r  Fannie  Miss,  clerk  Dunham  &  Lathrop,  dwl  Mansion 
House. 

McCarroll  Michael,  laborer  C.  P.  P.  P.,  W.  O. 

McCarthy  Daniel,  calker  C.  P.  P.  R.,  dwl  Pailroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 

McCarthy,  Daniel,  laborer,  dwl  833  Brush. 

McCarthy  Daniel,  plumber  J.  J.  O'Shea. 

McCarthy  Florence,  dwl  712  Fifth. 

McCarthy  Florence,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Fourth  bet  Grove  and  Castro. 

McCarthy  James,  deck  hand  C.  P.  R.  P.  Co.'s  stm  Thoroughfare. 

McCarthy  James,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R,  W.  O. 

McCarthy  James,  painter,  dwl  470  Eighth. 

McCarthy  John,  foreman  L.  M.  Beaudry,  dwl  852  Broadway. 

McCarthy  John,  plumber,  dwl  SW  cor  Sixth  and  Harrison. 

McCarthy  Patrick,  blacksmith,  dwl  E  s  Henry  bet  West  Third  and 
West  Fifth,  W.  0. 

McCai-thy  Patrick,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  William  bet  Cedar  and  Pine, 
W.  O. 

McCarthy  Patrick,  fireman  C.  P.  P.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Alameda. 

McCarthy  William,  carpenter  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  517  Ninth. 

McCarthy  William  H,  real  estate  agent,  dwl  W  s  Campbell  bet 
Railroad  Av.  and  William,  W.  O. 

McCaslin  Andrew  J.,  teamster,  dwl  W  s  Ninth  Av.  bet  East  Six- 
teenth and  East  Seventeenth,  E.  0. 

McCausland  J.  A.,  carpenter,  dwl  cor  Center  and  West  Eleventh, 

w.  o. 

McChesney  Joseph  B.,  principal  High  and  Irving  Grammar  School, 
dwl  E  s  Franklin  nr  Eighteenth. 

McClanahan  A.,  laborer,  dwl  704  Broadway. 

McClanahan  Absalom,  dyer,  dwl  310  Third. 

McClane  G.  T.,  express  wagon,  SW  cor  Broadway  and  Eighth,  dwl 
366  Second. 

McClean  William,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  nr  Market. 

McClellan  Joseph,  ship  carpenter,  dwl  West  Oakland  House,  W.  O. 

McCleverty  Charles  (McCleverty  &  Noblett),  dwl  567  Eighth. 

McCLEVERTY  &  NOBLETT  (Charles  McCleverty  mid  Robert  Nob- 
lett), livery  stable,  860  Broadway. 

McClintock  Joseph,  laborer  Joseph  Ough,  dwl  S  s  East  Sixteenth  bet 
Twelfth  and  Thirteenth  avs,  E.  O. 

McCloskey  James,  laborer  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co. 

McCloskey  Patrick,  laborer,  dwl  SW  cor  Twenty-second  and  Market. 

McCloud  John,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

McCloy  Henry,  gardener,  dwl  E  s  Webster  bet  Twenty-first  and 
Twenty-second. 

McCLURE  DAYID  Rev.,  principal  California  Military  Academy, 
N  s  Prospect  Av.  bet  Telegraph  Av.  and  Broadway. 

McClure  S.,  mason,  dwl  S  s  Lydia  nr  Curtis. 


Fresh  milk  cream  and  butter  milk,  wholesale  and  retail  at  469  Ninth. 


0.  P.  S.— Oatmeal  and  corn  meal,  116  Ninth  St.  nr  Broadway— 0.  F.  S. 


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McClure  Stewart  Major,  military  instructor  California  Military  Aca- 
demy, N  s  Prospect  Av.  bet  Telegraph  Av.  and  Broadway. 

McCluskey  H.,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  West  Twelfth  bet  Linden  and  Fil- 
'bert,  W.  O.       % 

McCollum  E.  B.,  painter  C.  P.  R.  P.,  W.  O. 

McComb  John,  fanner,  dwl  E  s  Chesnut  nr  Twenty-eighth. 

McConky  August,  farmer,  dwl  Magnolia  nr  Thirty -fourth. 

McConnell  Elizabeth  (widow),  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 

McConnell  George  F.,  rubber  Manhattan  Marble  Co.,  dwl  962  Clay. 

McConnell  Mary  A.  Mrs.,  furnished  rooms,  962  Clay. 

McConnell  James  D.,  saddler,  809  Broadway,  dwl  Broadway  nr  Third. 

McCormack  Edward,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet 
Kirkham  and  Poplar,  W.  O. 

McCormack  John  F.,  marble  cutter,  dwl  SW  cor  Sixth  and  Harrison. 

McCormack  Joseph,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  William  bet  Pine 
and  Cedar,  W.  O. 

McCormick  J.  A.,  brakeman,  dwl  E  s  Center  bet  West  Ninth  and 
West  Tenth,  W.  O. 

McCorty  John,  porter  Grand  Central  Hotel. 

McCosker  James,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

McCourtney  James  F.,  artist,  dwl  E  s  Telegraph  Av.  opp.  Evoy  Av. 

McCourtney  John  H,  real  estate,  dwl  E  s  Telegraph  Av.  opp.  Evoy 
Av. 

McCourtney  P.  C,  plumber  Becht  &  Nicol,  dwl  E  s  Telegraph  Av. 
opp.  Evoy  Av. 

McCover  Bridget  (widow),  dwl  NW  cor  Castro  and  Nineteenth. 

McCracken  George  Stewart,  assistant  agent  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  SW  cor 
Filbert  and  Third. 

McCracken  Thomas,  dwl  W  s  Filbert  bet  West  First  and  West  Third, 

w.  o. 

McCrane  Dennis,  carpenter,  dwl  West  Twelfth  nr  Wood,  W.  O. 
McCray  William  K.,  ship  carpenter,  dwl  West  Twelfth  nr  Wood, 

W.  0. 
McCrimmon  KennetUj  carpenter,  dwl  810  Market. 
McCrindle  William,  iron  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Short  bet  Pine 

and  Cedar,  W.  O. 
McCrum  Robert  (R.  McCrum  <k  Co.),  dwl  W  s  Webster  bet  Four- 
teenth and  Fifteenth. 
McCRUM    R.  &    CO.    (James  J.  Cadogan),  wholesale  and  retail 

groceries,  provisions,  etc.,  SW  cor  Broadway  and  Twelfth. 
McCuary  Daniel,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R,  dwl  1052  Thirteenth  Av., 

E.  O. 
McCue  R.,  painter,  dwl  Eland  House. 
McCullough  Hamilton,  dwl  1168  Thirteenth  Av.,  E.  O. 
McCullough  James,  carpenter  dwl  310  Fifth. 
McCully  John,  student,  dwl  W  s  Poplar  bet  West  Tenth  and  West 

Twelfth,  W.  O. 
McCurdy  James,  trackman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet 

Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 
McCurdy  Robert,  laborer,  dwl  358  Fourth. 


Buy  School  Books,  etc.,  at  STRICKLAND  <&  CO.'S,  1061  Broadway. 


WOODWARD  &  CO.,  958  Bdwy,  houses  rented  and  rents  collected. 


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OAKLAND. 


G.  E.  SMITH, 

(Late  County  Clerk,  Alameda  County.) 

Real  Estate  Exctap,  Wary  Pile 

SEARCHER  OF  RECORDS  and  CONVEYANCER, 

West  side  Broadway,  near  Corner  Fifth, 

Next  Block  to  New  Court  Rouse. 

Gives  his  personal  attention  to  Searching  Kecords,  making  out  and  acknowl- 
edging Deeds,  Mortgages,  Homesteads,  Leases,  Road  Petitions,  and  Copying 
of  Papers  for  public  and  private  use.  He  is  prepared  to  negotiate  Loans  on  Real 
Estate  Security  for  parties  desiring  to  borrow  or  loan  money.  He  has  for  Sale 
a  large  list  of  desirable  property  in  Oakland,  Brooklyn,  Fruit  Vale,  and  vici- 
nity. Also,  beautiful  Farms  and  Homestead  Tracts  on  the  San  Leandro  Rancho, 
and  in  various  parts  of  Alameda  County. 


For  Ice  Cream  Freezers  go  to  J.  S.  G.  GORDON'S,  469  Ninth  Street. 


0.  F.  S—  Whole  barley  and  corn,  416  Ninth  nr  Broadway— 0.  P.  S. 


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McCutcheon  Frank,  harness  cleaner  L.  M.  Beaudiy,  dwl  852  Broad- 
way. 

McCutcheon  Frank,  laborer,  dwl  416  Seventh. 

McCutcheon  Robert,  liquor  dealer,  dwl  370  Eighth. 

McCutcheon  Robert,  stableman  Shannon  &  Brown,  dwl  816  Broad- 
way. 

McCutcheon  William,  teamster,  dwl  210  Eighth. 

McCutcheon  William,  hackman  L.  M.  Beaudiy,  dwl  852  Broadway. 

McCutcheon  William,  laborer  L.  M.  Beaudiy,  dwl  852  Broadway. 

McDaniel  Thomas  J.,  liquor  saloon,  NW  cor  Railroad  Av.  and  Wood, 
dwl  S  s  Atlantic  bet  Wood  and  Pine,  W.  O. 

McDenna  Martin,  laborer  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  dwl  N  s  Sixth 
bet  Alice  and  Jackson. 

McDermott  M.,  overseer  Oakland  Gas  Light  Co.,  dwl  S  s  Third  nr 
Grove. 

McDermott  Patrick,  laborer,  dwl  416  Seventh. 

McDonald  A.  J.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine  and 
Wood,  W.  0. 

McDonald  Anthony,  carpenter,  dwl  408  Thirteenth. 

McDonald  Archibald,  laborer,  dwl  Twenty-second  nr  Curtis. 

McDonald  B.,  carpenter  Pacific  Planing  Mills,  dwl  Grand  Western 
Hotel,  W.  O. 

McDonald  Cornelius,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Lydia  bet  Market  and  Curtis. 

McDonald  Donald,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Atlantic  bet  Willow  and 
Wood,  W.  O. 

McDonald  Edward,  mariner,  dwl  W  s  Ninth  Av.  bet  East  Sixteenth 
and  East  Seventeenth,  E.  O. 

McDonald  F.  F.,  farmer,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  bet  West  Tenth  and  West 
Twelfth,  W.  O. 

McDonald  J.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 

McDonald  J.  A.  C,  plumber,  E  s  Broadway  nr  Fifteenth,  dwl  W  s 
Telegraph  Av.  nr  Walton. 

McDonald  James,  blacksmith,  dwl  S  s  Lincoln  bet  Wood  and  Pine, 

w.  o. 

McDonald  James,  carpenter,  dwl  869  East  Fifteenth,  E.  O. 

McDonald  John,  laborer  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co. 

McDonald  John,  painter,  dwl  1021  Franklin. 

McDonald  John  E.,  capitalist,  dwl  NE  cor  East  Tenth  and  Eighth 
Av.,  E.  O. 

McDonald  Joseph  B.,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Myrtle  bet  West  Fifth  and 
Market,  W.  O. 

McDonald  Mary  S.  (widow),  dwl  E  s  Sixth  Av.  bet  East  Eighteenth 
and  East  Nineteenth,  E.  O. 

McDonald  William  H.,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Henry  bet  West  Third 
and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 

McDonough  M.,  laborer  Contra  Costa  Water  Co. 

McDonnell  M.,  stock  broker  (S.  F.),  dwl  SE  cor  Railroad  Av.  and 
Center,  W.  O. 

McDonough  M.,  tinsmith,  dwl  West  Fifteenth  bet  Cypress  and  Kirk- 
ham,  W.  O. 


STRICKLAND  &  CO.  manufacture  account  books  to  order. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.— 958  Broadway— Real  Estate  Agents. 


268  OAKLAND       [jVI  DIRECTORY. 

McDonough  Margaret  (widow),  dwl  West  Fifteenth  bet  Cypress  and 

Kirkkam,  W.  O. 
McDonough  Michael,  blacksmith,  dwl  SE  cor  Wood  and  Chase,  W.  O. 
McDonough  Thomas,  laborer  Contra  Costa  Water  Co. 
McDougal  John,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Henry  bet  West  Third  and 

West  Fifth,  W.  0. 
McDougal  W.  J.,  music  teacher,  dwl  1057  Washington. 
McEarly  Daniel,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
McElroy  Henry,  clerk  James  McElroy,  dwl  NE  cor  Seventh  and 

Clay.   • 
McElroy  James,  groceries  and  liquors,  NE  cor  Seventh  and  Clay, 

dwl  524  Seventh. 
McElroy  M.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Eleventh  bet  Center  and  Kirkhani, 

w.  o. 

McElroy  Michael,  hostler  Shattuck  &  Hillegass,  dwl  457  Eighth. 
McEnerney  John,  laborer  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  dwl  416  Seventh. 
McEvoy  Francis,  ship  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  0. 
McEwen  William,  farmer,  dwl  Twenty-eighth  nr  Adeline. 
McFadden  John,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

McFadden  John,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Thirteenth  bet  Center  and  Kirk- 
ham, W.  O. 
McFarland  John,  stair  builder,  dwl  517  Ninth. 
McFadyen  John,  baggageman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  San  Francisco. 
McFarland  Charles,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
McFarlane  Duncan,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  SE  cor  Fourteenth 

Av.  and  East  Twelfth,  E.  0. 
McFay  Daniel,  carpenter,  dwl  408  Thirteenth. 
McGEORGE    H.   D.,  bill  poster  (and  McGeorge  and  Jones),  dwl 

360  Fifth. 
McGeorge  &  Jones  ( H.  D.  McGeorge  and  F.  Jones),  Pacific  Coast 

Depot  advertising  agency,  office  13  Wilcox  Block. 
McGlahan  Michael,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 
McGrath  James  (Northey  &  McG.),  dwl  W  s  Sixteenth  Av.  bet  East 

Sixteenth  and  East  Seventeenth,  E.  O. 
McGrath  John,  carpenter,  dwl  1021  Franklin* 
McGrath  M.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  0. 
McGrath  Michael,  laborer  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  dwl  E  s  Grove 

bet  Caledonia  and  Sycamore. 
McGrath  Michael,  milkman,  dwl  cor  Nineteenth  and  Kirkham,W.  O. 
McGraw  George,  lamplighter  Oakland  Gas  Light  Co.,  dwl  Ninth  nr 

Brush. 
McGraw  Michael,  lamplighter,  dwl  714  Ninth. 
McGeorge  H.  D.,  bill  poster,  dwl  360  Fifth. 
McGerry  Andrew,  proprietor  Winthrop  House,  409  Seventh. 
McGarry    Sampson,   fisherman,  dwl  Twenty-sixth  bet  Union   and 

Adeline. 
McGarven  D.,  carpenter,  dwl  415  Seventh. 
McGavin  Patrick,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  West  Fifteenth  bet 

Center  and  Cypress,  W.  O. 
McGee  John,  bridge  inspector  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Star  House,  W.  O. 


All  sizes  refrigerators  and  ice  chests  for  sale  at  Gordon's,  469  Ninth. 


0.  P.  S  —  Oakland  Peed  Store,  416  Ninth  near  Broadway— 0.  P.  S. 


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McGee  P.,  machinist,  dwl  West  Seventeenth  bet  Cypress  and  Cen- 
ter, w.  o. 

McGettigan  Patrick  F.,  baker,  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Cedar  and 
Pine,  W.  0. 

McGiffin  Thomas,  porter,  dwl  715  Sixth. 

McGill  H.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  West  Fifteenth  bet  Market  and 
West. 

McGillan  F.,  salesman  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Chestnut  bet  West  Tenth 
and  West  Twelfth,  W.  O. 

McGillvary  James,  mining,  dwl  SE  cor  Eleventh  and  Madison. 

McGinnis  Bernard,  drayman,  dwl  472  East  Eleventh,  E.  O. 

McGinnis  B.  E.,  engineer,  dwl  N  s  West  Eleventh  bet  Center  and 
Kirkham,  W.  0. 

McGittigen  Morris,  laborer,  dwl  415  Seventh. 

McGIVNEY  JAMES,  plumber  and  gasfitter,  965  Franklin. 

McGolley  P.,  millhand,  dwl  S  s  West  Eighteenth  bet  Market  and 
West. 

McGonigle  J.,  farmer,  dwl  IS"  s  West  Twelfth  bet  Kirkham  and 
Center,  W.  O.   ■ 

McGovern  Andrew  J.  (Van  Embergh  &  McGovern),  dwl  Thir- 
teenth bet  Broadway  and  Washington. 

McGovern  Michael,  laborer,  dwl  665  Webster. 

McGowan  D.,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

McGowan  Martin,  expressman,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-fifth  bet  Broadway 
and  Telegraph  Av. 

McGowan  S.  H.,  pipemaker  Contra  Costa  Water  Co., 

McGregor  D.  E.  Mrs.,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Union  and  Kirk- 
ham, W.  O. 

McGregor  James,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  666  Tenth. 

McGregor  M.   S.,  dwl  S  s  West  Eighth  bet  Adeline  and   Union, 

w.  o. 

McGregor  Richard,  carpenter,  dwl  856  Clay. 

McGreevey  P.,  cook  Christian  Bauder  &  Co.,  dwl  838  Broadway. 

McGrew  Patterson  H.,  carriagemaker  and  blacksmith,  1062  Thir- 
teenth Av.,  dwl  1051  Thirteenth  Av.,  E.  O. 

McGuire  Frank,  barkeeper  Thomas  McGuire,  dwl  Sixth  bet  Broad- 
way and  Washington. 

McGuire  Frank,  gardener,  dwl  Mansion  House,  E.  O. 

McGuire  James  E.,  rigger,  dwl  cor  Tenth  and  Franklin. 

McGuire  J.  M.,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and 
Wood,  W.  O. 

McGuire  M.,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

McGuire  Thomas,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine  and  Wood, 

w.  o. 

McGuire  Thomas,  liquor  saloon,  821  Broadway,  dwl  Third  bet  Web- 
ster and  Harrison. 

McGuire  Thomas  E.,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and 
Wood,  W.  O. 

McHarg  Arthur,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  West  Fifteenth  bet  Center 
and  Cypress,  W.  O. 


We  import  the  latest  styles  of  Stationery— STRICKLAND  &  CO. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  958  Bdwy,  desirable  cheap  lots  for  sale. 


270  OAKLAND       [M  DIRECTORY. 

McHasser  James,  mason,  dwl  1ST  s  West  Eleventh  bet  Center  and 
Kirkham,  W.  O. 

McHenry  L.,  clerk,  dwl  N  s  "West  Eighth  bet  Kirkham  and  Center, 
W.  0. 

McHenry  Samuel,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  254  Fourth. 

McHogan  Thomas,  plasterer,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel 

McHugh  John,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  817  Jackson. 

Mclnerney  Thomas,  butcher  (S.  F.),  dwl  San  Pablo  Road  nr  Forty- 
second. 

Mclnnis  John,  ship  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  "West  Third  and 
"West  Fifth,  W.  O. 

Mcintosh  Alexander,  laborer,  dwl  E  s  Union  nr  Twenty-eighth. 

Mcintosh  Daniel,  blacksmith  Ives  Scoville  &  Co.,  dwl  811  Wash- 
ington. 

Mcintosh  Edwin,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Filbert  bet  Twenty-eighth  and 
Thirtieth. 

Mcintosh  James,  carpenter,  dwl  Thirty-fifth  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Mcintosh  Robert  J.,  school  teacher,  dwl  S  s  Tenth  bet  Market  and 
West. 

Mclntyre  Thomas,  brakeman  C.  P.  P.  R.,  W.  O. 

Mclvean  Patrick,  fireman  stm  El  Capitan,  res  San  Francisco. 

McKay  Arthur,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  W  s  Short  bet  Cedar 
and  Bay,  W.  0. 

McKay  C.  P.,  policeman  City  Hall,  dwl  W  s  Franklin  bet  Ninth 
and  Tenth. 

McKay  William  L.,  painter  Farwell  &  Garrigan,  dwl  667  Eleventh. 

McKean  Clarissi  (widow),  dwl  751  Castro. 

McKEAND  GEORGE  W.,  searcher  records,  oflice  SE  cor  Broad- 
way and  Fourth,  dwl  SE  cor  Seventeenth  Av.  and  East  Fif- 
teenth, E.  O. 

McKee  Andrew  J.,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Nineteenth  bet  Castro  and 
Brush. 

McKee  Edward  D.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  NW  cor  Adeline  and  West 
Twelfth,  W.  O. 

McKee  Jerome,  farmer,  dwl  N  s  Adeline  bet  Twenty-fourth  and 
Twenty-fifth. 

McKee  R.  L.,  attorney  at  law,  office  1004  Broadway,  dwl  NW  cor 
Adeline  and  West  Twelfth,  West  Oakland. 

McKee  Samuel  B.,  judge  Third  District  Court,  chambers  1004  Broad- 
way, dwl  NW  cor  Adeline  and  West  Twelfth,  W.  O. 

McKeirnan  John,  carpenter,  dwl  cor  West  Eighteenth  and  Kirk- 
ham, W.  O. 

McKen  Adam,  janitor  County  Court  House,  dwl  415  Fourth. 

McKenna  Matthew,  lather,  dwl  W  s  Peralta  bet  Lincoln  and  Sew- 
ard, W.  O. 

McKenna  Patrick,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Railroad  Av.  bet 
Pine  and  Cedar,  W.  O. 

McKennan  Daniel,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  Market. 

McKenny  John  M.,  cook  R.  A.  Litle,  Grand  Western  Restaurant, 

w.  o. 


GORDON'S  Ice  Cream  Manufactory,  469  Ninth  Street,  Oakland. 


Oil-cake  meal  and  ground  barley,  416  Ninth  Street  near  Bdwy. 


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McKenny  Patrick,  car  cleaner  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

McKenzie  D.,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Union  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 

McKenzie  George,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  Ninth  and  West 

Twelfth,  W.  O. 
McKenzie  S.  S.,  farmer,  dwl  S  s  Fifteenth  bet  Market  and  West. 
McKENZIE  WILLIAM  W.,  undertaker,  412  Eighth,  dwl  408 

Eighth. 
McKeman  John,  carpenter  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  West  Eighteenth  bet 

Cypress  and  Kirkham,  W.  0. 
McKew  James,  farmer,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  nr  Twentieth. 
McKillian  W.,  builder-,  dwl  Newland's  Hotel. 
McKinlay  Archibald,  agent  Bank  British  North  America  (S.  F.), 

dwl  779  Eighth. 
McKinney  John,  insurance  agent,  dwl  N  s  Sixteenth  bet  Clay  and 

Jefferson. 
McKinnon  Daniel,  carpenter,  dwl  SE  cor  West  Third  and  Adeline, 

w.  o. 

McKinsey  James,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s   Durant  bet  Broadway  and 

Franklin. 
McKinstry  E.  W.,  associate  justice  Supreme  Court  of  California, 

dwl  Grand  Central  Hotel. 
McKinzie  William,  master  mechanic,  dwl  E  s  Pine  bet  Seward  and 

Lincoln,  W.  O. 
McKissick  David,  teamster,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-third  bet  Broadway  and 

Telegraph  Av. 
McKnight  A.  J.,  joiner  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
McLAFFERTY  B.  S.  Rev.,  pastor  First  Baptist  Church,  dwl  W 

s  Market  bet  Seventeenth  and  Eighteenth. 
McLaine  S.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Lincoln  bet  Willow  and  Campbell, 

w.  o. 

McLane  Charles,  saddler,  dwl  E  s  Poplar  bet  West  Tenth  and  West 

Twelfth,  W.  0. 
McLane  John,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Louise. 
McLane  J.  T.,  express  wagon,  dwl  366  Second. 
McLaren  Charles  S.  (Prescott  &  Co.),  dwl  NW  cor  East  Fourteenth 

and  Tenth  Av.,  E.  O. 
McLaren  James.  C,  real  estate  (S.  F.),  dwl  14  Pine,  Pearson's  Row, 

w.  o. 

McLaren  P.  M.,  physician,  dwl  NW  cor  East  Ninth  and  Fifth  Av. 

E.  O. 
McLaughlin  Barney,  driver  Oakland,  Brooklyn  &  Fruit  Vale  R.  R., 

dwl  N  s  Fifteenth  bet  Fifth  and  Sixth  avs,  E.  O. 
McLaughlin  Daniel,  lather,  dwl  E  s  Wood  bet  Taylor  and  Chase, 

W.  O. 
McLaughlin  E.  M.,  teamster,  dwl  N  s  Sixth  bet  Broadway  and 

Washington. 
McLaughlin  Hugh,  plasterer,  dwl  E  s  Myrtle  bet  West  Third  and 

West  Fifth,  W.  O. 
McLaughlin  John,  ship  carpenter,  dwl  1087  West  Third,  W.  O. 
McLaughlin  M.,  laborer  Contra  Costa  Water  Co. 


Rich  goods  suitable  for  presents  at  STRICKLAND  &  CO.'S  store. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  958  Broadway,  Oakland  Real  Estate. 


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OAKLAND       [M  DIRECTORY. 


McLaughlin  Minnie  Mrs.,  dwl  776  Sixth. 

McLaughlin  Owen,  collector  Oakland  Bank  of  Savings,  dwl  1122 
Eleventh  Av.,  E.  O. 

McLawton  Edward,  miner,  dwl  E  s  Chestnut  bet  West  Tenth  and 
West  Twelfth,  W.  O. 

McLean  Ann  (widow),  dwl  216  Fifth. 

McLean  Edward  (McLean  &  Hardy,  S.  F.),  real  estate  agent,  dwl 
NE  cor  Brown  and  West. 

McLean  H.  G.,  printer,  dwl  E  s  Linden  nr  West  Twelfth,  W.  O. 

McLEAN  JOHN  K.  Rev.,  pastor  First  Congregational  Church, 
dwl  1008  Washington. 

McLean  Thomas  G.  Rev.,  dwl  SW  cor  Twelfth  Av.  and  East  Nine- 
teenth, E.  O. 

McLeod  Alexander,  calker,  dwl  W  s  Chester  bet  West  Third  and  West 
Fifth,  W.  O. 

McLeod  Neal  E.,  carpenter,  dwl  NE  cor  Twelfth  Av.  and  East  Six- 
teenth, E.  0. 

McLerran  B.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  West  Eleventh  bet  Center  and 
Kirkham,  W.  0. 

McLoughlan  Michael,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Cedar  bet  Goss 
and  Short,  W.  O. 

McLure  John,  laborer,  dwl  Fourteenth  nr  West. 

McMahon  James,  baker  Thomson  Bros.,  dwl  838  Broadway. 

McMahon  John,  hostler  J.  C.  Trescott,  dwl  405  Twelfth. 

McMahon  Mathew,  hackman  L.  M.  Beaudry,  dwl  852  Broadway. 

McMahon  Thomas,  laborer,  dwl  Union  nr  Twenty-eighth. 

McMahon  William,  laborer,  dwl  cor  Twenty-sixth  and  Union. 

McMannan  William,  stableman  Josiah  Sessions,  dwl  NE  cor  Seventh 
Av.  and  East  Eighteenth,  E.  O. 

McManus  Bernard  C,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Seventeenth  bet  Grove 
and  Jefferson. 

McManus  James,  gardener  S.  B.  McKee,  NW  cor  Adeline  and  West 
Twelfth,  W.  O. 

McManus  Patrick,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Louise,  dwl  1115 
East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 

McManus  Patrick,  marble  polisher  Madden  &  Sheedy,  dwl  cor  Third 
and  Broadway. 

McMaster  Christian,  trainer,  Oakland  Trotting  Park. 

McMerrick  T.,  painter,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Center  and  Kirk- 
ham, W.  O. 

McMichaels  S.  T.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  West  Twelfth  bet  Kirkham 
and  Center,  W.  O. 

McMillan  Margaret  (widow),  dwl  E  s  Myrtle  bet  West  Third  and 
West  Fifth,  W.  O. 

McMillan  William,  driver  William  W.  McKenzie,  dwl  860  Jeffer- 
son. 

McMurry  Mary  (widow),  furnished  rooms,  565  Second. 

McNair  Mary  (widow),  dwl  1059  Jackson. 

McNally  John,  blacksmith,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

McNamara  Michael,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 


J.  S.  G.  GORDON,  agent  for  Napa  Soda  Springs.    469  Ninth  Street. 


0.  F.  S—  Oregon  oats  and  ground  barley,  116  Ninth  Street— 0.  P.  S. 


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273 


MclSTamara  Patrick,  groceries  and  liquors,  SW  cor  West  Third  and 
Myrtle,  W.  O. 

MclSTamara  Patrick,  laborer,  dwl  Union  nr  Twenty-sixth. 

MclSTamara  Patrick,  laborer  Oakland  Gas  Light  Co.,  dwl  610  Sec- 
ond. 

McNaugton  A.  E.,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  bet  West  Tenth  and  West 
Twelfth,  W.  O. 

McNeal  Lizzie  (widow),  dwl  Union  bet  Twenty-fourth  and  Twenty- 
sixth,  W.  O. 

McNear  George  W.,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  West 
Eighteenth  and  Twentieth,  W.  O. 

McNemee  Francis,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

McNemee  Peter,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

McNiel  John,  farmer  William  Kennedy,  S  s  East  Fourteenth  nr 
Twenty-second  Av.,  E.  O. 

McNinime  Patrick,  stableman,  dwl  860  Broadway. 

McPhail  Peter,  stableman,  Oakland  Trotting  Park. 

McPheal  A.,  carpenter,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 

McPhee  J.  A.,  carpenter,  dwl  408  Thirteenth. 

McPherson  N.  J.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange, 
W.  O. 

McQuaid  Patrick,  car  inspector  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Chase  bet 
Wood  and  Willow,  W.  O. 

McQuarrie  D.,  brakeman  local  train  C.  P.  R.  R.,  E.  O. 

McQuart  A.,  pipemaker  Contra  Costa  .Water  Co. 

McQuilken  John,  bricklayer,  dwl  730  Filbert. 

McQuilken  Patrick,  laborer,  dwl  410  Tenth. 

McQuilken  Thomas,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co. 

McQuillan  Joseph,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  E  s  Henry  bet  West 
Fifth  and  Railroad  Av.,  W.  O. 

McSweeney  P.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Market 
and  West. 

McTavish  Donald  C,  plasterer,  dwl  709  Fifth. 

McVean  E.,  pile  driver  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

McVey  John,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Clay  bet  Sixteenth  and  Seven- 
teenth. 

McWade  David,  road  master  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  SW  cor  Tenth  Av. 
and  East  Sixteenth,  E.  O. 

McWethey  Edwin,  mining,  dwl  31  Valley  bet  Twenty-third  and 
Twenty-fourth. 

Mc Williams  James,  laborer  Oakland  Railroad,  dwl  415  Seventh. 

Mc Worthy  Frank  J.,  mining,  dwl  E  s  New  Broadway  nr  Twenty- 
fourth. 

Meacham  B.,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  West. 

Meacham  R.,  proprietor  Bartlett  House,  473  Seventh. 

Maad  James  F.,  dwl  N"  s  Twenty-fifth  nr  Telegraph  Av. 

Mead  Patrick,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R,  dwl  S  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine 
and  Cedar,  W.  O. 

Mead  T.  W.,  steamboat  agent,  dwl  Cedar  bet  Division  and  Chase, 
W.  O. 


Monograms  and  Wedding  Cards  executed  at  STRICKLAND  &  CO.'S. 

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OAKLA!  GAS  LIGHT  COMPANY. 


The  Company  is  constantly  adding  to  its  facilities  for  supplying  Gas, 
and  will  continue  the  policy  of  reducing  the  price  as  its  business  may 
warrant. 


Office,  S.  S.  Second  St.  bet.  Broadway  &  Washington. 

f  orb,  H.  E.  Cor.  Washington  and  First  Sts. 


H.  H.  HAZGHT,  -  -  President. 
JOSEPH  G.  EASTLAND,  Secretary. 
VAXT  LEEE  EASTXiAXTD, 

S  up  er  int  en  den  t . 

JAMBS    McGIVNEY, 

PLUMBER  and  GAS  FITTER, 

965  FRANKLIN,  BET.  NINTH  &  TENTH  STS. 

O  J±1Zi  T_i  A.  JSTTD  . 


DEALER    IN 

MISCELLANEOUS,  SCHOOL  AND  BLANK 

BOOKS, 

STATIONERY,  CUTLERY,  FANCY  GOODS,  NOTIONS  &  SMALL  WARES 

Pianos  and  Organs  for  Sale  or  Rent. 

CORNER   TWELFTH    STREET   AND   BROADWAY, 


NAPA  SODA  is  recommended  by  physicians  as  healthful  drinking. 


0.  P.  S.— Whole  barley  and  corn,  416  Ninth  St.  near  Bdwy— 0.  P.  S. 


OAKLAND       [M  DIRECTORY. 


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MEADER  HORACE  P.,  agent  Whitney  &  Co.'s  Express,  office 
855  Broadway,  dwl  NE  cor  Eleventh  and  Madison. 

Mead  Henry  C,  student,  dwl  SE  cor  East  Ninth  and  Sixth  Av.,  E.  0. 

Meagher  John,  plasterer,  dwl  965  Jefferson. 

Meagher  Michael,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-second  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Meath  S.  E.,  plumber,  dwl  Thirty-seventh  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Medefesser  J.  P.,  carpenter,  dwl  Alta  House. 

Meder  L.  M.,  printer,  dwl  807  Washington. 

Medoras  Manuel,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

Medtke  Otto,  watchman  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Alameda. 

Mee  James,  machinist,  dwl  E  s  Webster  bet  Seventeenth  and  Eight- 
eenth. 

Meehan  Michael,  laborer,  dwl  416  Seventh. 

Meek  Annie  P.  Miss,  teacher  Lincoln  Grammar  School,  dwl  SW  cor 
Madison  and  Tenth. 

Meeker  George  C,  architect,  dwl  E  s  Eleventh  Av.  bet  East  Six- 
teenth and  East  Seventeenth,  E.  0. 

Meeks  William  N.,  real  estate  agent,  dwl  W  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr 
Sycamore. 

Meer  Christopher,  quarryman  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co. 

Megohan  John  W.,  plasterer,  dwl  Union  Hotel,  E.  O. 

Mehan  Michael,  laborer,  dwl  416  Seventh. 

Meinecke  Phoebe  (widow),  laundry  S  s  East  Fourteenth  bet  Eight- 
eenth and  Nineteenth  avs,  E.  O. 

Melbourne  Richard,  porter  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Chester  bet  Railroad 
Av.  and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 

Mellins  F,  laborer,  dwl  W  s  Campbell  bet  Chase  and  Taylor,  W.  O. 

Mellis  F.  J.  (Mellis  &  Lippman),  dwl  662  Fifth. 

Mellis  Frederick  R.,  salesman  Mellis  &  Lippman,  dwl  662  Fifth. 

Mellis  &,  Lippman  (F.  J.  Jfellis  and  A.  Lippman),  dry  and  fancy 
goods,  841  Broadway. 

Melius  John,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Campbell  and  Willow, 

w.  o. 

Melville  Frank,  carriagemaker  M.  W.  Allen,  dwl  Eland  House. 

Mendoza  Ramona  (widow),  dwl  S  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  Thirteenth 
and  Fourteenth  avs,  E.  O. 

Menger  A.,  hairdresser,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 

Menges  Adam,  capitalist,  dwl  325  Ninth. 

Menges  Henry,  hairdresser  F.  W.  Seiglitz,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 

Menke  D.,  clerk  E.  Kreyenhagen  &  Co.,  dwl  827  Broadway. 

Mennomy  Hugh,  laborer,  dwl  812  Filbert. 

Meny  Joseph,  workman  Washington  Brewery,  dwl  826   Broadway. 

Menzein  H.,  baggageman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Central  Pacific  Railroad 
House,  W..  O. 

Merchand  Jose,  gardener  Jane  E.  Requa,  S  s  Adams  Av.  bet  town 
line  and  Fruit  Vale,  E.  O. 

Meredith  Darling,  clerk,  dwl  W  s  Alice  bet  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth. 

Meredith  Griffith,  mining,  dwl  W  s  Alice  bet  Fifteenth  and  Six- 
teenth. 

Merithew  Charles  H.,  dwl  SE  cor  East  Eleventh  and  Fifth  Av.,  E.  O. 


STRICKLAND  &  CO.  manufacture  Account  Books  to  order. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  958  Broadway,  bargains  in  real  estate. 


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Merithew  Joseph  C,  mercliant  (S.  F.),  dwl  SE  cor  East  Eleventh 
and  Fifth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Merkel  Ernest,  waiter  Alta  House. 

Merle  Adrien,  clerk  (S.  F),  dwl  E  s  Chester  bet  West  Ninth  and 
West  Twelfth,  W.  O. 

Merle  Hugh,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Thirteenth  bet  Market  and  West. 

Merrell  Edward  A.,  carpenter,  dwl  218  Fifth. 

Merriam  Charles,  laborer,  dwl  Adeline  bet  Twenty-sixth  and  Twenty- 
eighth. 

Merrick  C,  painter,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Cedar  and  Pine,  W.  O. 

Merrill  James  T.,  carpentei',  dwl  S  s  Twenty-hftk  bet  Broadway  and 
Telegraph  Av. 

Men-ill  J.  E.,  dwl  S  s  Eighteenth  bet  West  and  Market. 

Merrill  Parker,  wood  and  coal  dealer  (S.  F.),  dwl  174  Sixth. 

Merritt  Ambrose,  carpenter  William  W.  McKenzie,  dwl  408  Eighth. 

Merritt  Hannah  H.  Mrs.,  private  school,  dwl  W  s  Webster  bet  Fif- 
teenth and  Sixteenth. 

Merritt  Henry,  master  mariner,  dwl  404  Thirteenth. 

Merritt  James  P.,  bookkeeper,  dwl  W  s  Webster  bet  Fifteenth  and 
Sixteenth. 

Merritt  Samuel  M.D.,  real  estate  and  proprietor  Oakland  Lumber 
Yard,  foot  Washington,  dwl  E  s  Jackson  bet  Fourteenth  and 
Fifteenth. 

Merritt  William  C.  Rev.,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-fourth  bet  Broadway  and 
Telegraph  Av. 

Merwin  D.  W.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

Merwin  Joseph  B.,  laborer  Joseph  Ough,  dwl  732  Linden,  W.  0. 

Merwin  Josiah  B.,  dwl  732  Linden,  W.  O. 

Mesajer  Louis,  clerk,  dwl  617  Sixth. 

Messmer  Kilion,  laborer,  cor  Thirteenth  Av.  and  East  Thirty-secOnd, 
E.  O. 

Metcalf  Orlando  F,  carpenter,  dwl  356  Ninth. 

Metcalf  George  D.,  bookkeeper  Union  Savings  Bank,  res  Berkeley. 

Metcalf  Olive  (widow),  dwl  910  Franklin. 

Methven  Alexander  H,  watchman  William  Wilson,  dwl  961  Broad- 
way. 

Mensel  Charles  F.,  teamster,  dwl  N  s  Seventeenth  nr  Market. 

Meves  Otto,  jeweler  Lewis  P.  Berger,  dwl  967  Broadway. 

Meyer  Henry,  hairdresser,  dwl  360  Third. 

MEYER  HENRY  H,  proprietor  Eureka  Hotel,  SW  cor  Seventh 
and  Washington. 

Meyer  Jolm  H,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  SE  cor  Willow  and  Pacific, 
W.  O. 

Meyer  J.  W.  (Schreiber  <fc  M.),  dwl  Twelfth  bet  Brush  and  West. 

Meyers  Andrew  F.,  carpenter  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  SE  cor  Eighth 
and  Clay. 

Meyers  George  C,  dwl  1057  Washington. 

Meyers  Henry,  dwl  1057  Washington. 

Mezen  Henry,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  E  s  Cedar  bet  Goss  and 
Short,  W.  O. 


J.  S.  G.  GORDON,  wholesale  and  retail  dealer  in  ice.    469  Ninth  St. 


0. P. S  —  Wheat  and  cracked  corn,  416  Ninth  St.  nr Broadway— 0. P. S. 


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Mhoon  John,  attorney  at  law  (S.  F),  dwl  W  s  Adeline  bet  West 
Tenth  and  West  Twelfth,  W.  O. 

Michel  Auguste,  liquor  saloon,  715  Broadway.  , 

Michel  Hugo,  baker,  dwl  320  Fourth. 

Michel  Lujes,  tailor  Simon  Gray,  Railroad  Av.  bet  Market  and 
Myrtle,  W.  O. 

Michel  Louisa  (widow),  N  s  old  county  road  nr  Sausal  Creek. 

Michels  A.,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Union  and  Adeline,  W.  O. 

Michelson  Michael,  captain  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Louise,  dwl  59 
East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Mickle  S.  T.,  liquor  saloon,  675  East  Twelfth,  E.  0.,  res  San  Francisco. 

Miers  Frederick,  clerk,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  Railroad  Av.  and  West 
Eighth,  W.  0. 

Mihills  L.  K.,  superintendent  and  teacher  bookkeeping  Golden  Gate 
Academy,  Plymouth  Av.  bet  Broadway  and  Telegraph  Av.,  dwl 
Academy  Hill. 

MILBURY  SAMUEL,  real  estate  agent,  office  909  Broadway,  dwl 
AV  s  Alice  nr  Seventeenth. 

Mildew  A.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Miles  Richard,  painter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Miley  J.  A.  ( Miley  <k  Laage),  dwl  405  Ninth. 

Miley  &,  Laage  (J.  A.  Miley  and  William  Laage),  confectionery  and 
ice  cream,  916  Broadway. 

Mill  John,  stableman  Jerome  C.  Ford,  SW  cor  East  Ninth  and  Fifth 
Av.,  E.  O. 

Mill  Robert,  laborer  California  Bridge  and  Building  Co. 

Mill  William  W.,  carpenter,  dwl  SE  cor  Eighth  Av.  and  East  Six- 
teenth, E.  O. 

Millar  John,  saddler  (S.  F),  dwl  NE  cor  Tenth  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 

Millar  John  E.,  searcher  records  (S.  F.),  dwl  NE  cor  Tenth  and  Kirk- 
ham, W.  O. 

Millard  J.  H.,  foreman  painter  C.  P.  R.  R,,  W.  O. 

Millard  N.  C,  salesman,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Union  and  Ade- 
line, W.  O. 

Miller  Andrew,  molder,  dwl  738  Linden,  W.  O. 

Miller  Christian,  laborer  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co. 

Miller  Edward,  lather,  dwl  811  Washington. 

Miller  Ernest,  jeweler,  dwl  E  s  San  Pablo  Av.  nr  Twenty-second. 

Miller  George,  junk  dealer  (S.  F),  dwl  1117  Alice. 

Miller  George,  harnessman  George  Stubbs,  dwl  415  Fourth. 

Miller  George,  oysterman  A.  Campbell,  dwl  Webster  bet  Fifteenth 
and  Sixteenth. 

Miller  George  A.,  dwl  N  s  Ninth  bet  Jackson  and  Madison. 

Miller  H.  R.  Mrs.,  dwl  946  Myrtle. 

MILLER  JAMES,  California  Pottery  and  Terra  Cotta  Works, 
junction  Park  Av.  and  East  Twelfth,  E.  O.,  dwl  junction  Park 
Av.  and  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Miller  James,  carpenter,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 

Miller  James,  clerk  (S.  F),  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  West  Eighteenth 
and  West  Twentieth,  W.  O. 


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MILLER  J.  FRANK,  auditor  Custom  House  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Lin- 
den bet  West  Eighth  and  West  Tenth,  W.  O. 

Miller  John,  driver  Joseph  Branstetter,  dwl  908  Broadway. 

Miller  John,  forger  King  &  Williams,  dwl  738  Linden,  W.  O. 

Miller  John  R.,  foreman  Phillips  &  Chandler,  dwl  1114  Eighteenth 
Av.,  E.  O. 

Miller  John  W.  (Miller  &  Rail,  S.  F.),  dwl  SE  cor  Adeline  and 
West  Eighteenth,  W.  O. 

Miller  John  W,  junk  dealer,  dwl  E  s  Union  bet  West  Twenty-fourth 
and  West  Twenty-sixth,  W.  O. 

Miller  Joseph,  cook  C.  Bauder  &  Co.,  dwl  838  Broadway. 

Miller  Lewis,  tanner  and  currier,  dwl  707  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Miller  Michael,  junk  dealer,  dwl  Union  nr  Twenty-eighth. 

Miller  N.,  physician,  office  1004  Broadway,  dwl  364  Eighth. 

Miller  O.  C,  clerk  U.  S.  Mint  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Jackson  nr  Lake 
Merritt. 

Miller  Paul,  foreman  C.  P.  R.  R,  dwl  E  s  Eleventh  Av.  bet  East  Six- 
teenth and  East  Seventeenth,  E.  O. 

Miller  Peter,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  NE  cor  Fourteenth  and  West. 

Miller  T.  B.,  machinist,  dwl  S  s  West  Ninth  bet  Chester  and  Per- 
alta,  W.  O. 

Miller  W.  F.,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  West  Twelfth  and  West  Four- 
teenth, W.  O. 

Miller  William,  helper  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  Eland  House. 

Miller  William  E.,  dwl  W  s  Webster  bet  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth. 

MILLER  WILLIAM  N.  (Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co.),  dwl  NE  cor 
Ninth  and  Madison. 

Millett  George,  dwl  East  Fourteenth  bet  Second  and  Third  avs,  E.  O. 

Millett  O.  F.  (widow),  dwl  East  Fourteenth  bet  Second  and  Third 
avs,  E.  O. 

Milliard  A.,  dwl  416  First. 

Milligan  Henry  G.,  bookkeeper  Oakland  Lumber  Yard,  dwl  369 
Eleventh. 

Milliken  J.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  West  Twelfth  bet  Wood  and  Willow, 
W.  0. 

Milliken  Peter,  ship  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine 
and  Wood,  W.  O. 

Millman  Frederick,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  West  Twelfth  bet  Wood  and 
Willow,  W.  O. 

Milne  Alexander  O.,  foreman  Evening  Bulletin  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s 
Waller  nr  Telegraph  Av. 

Milner  David,  gardener,  dwl  955  Jackson. 

Mills  George  S.,  student,  dwl  W  s  Market  bet  Tenth  and  Eleventh. 

Mills  Isaac  C,  cigars  and  tobacco  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Chase  bet  Wood 
and  Willow,  W.  O. 

Mills  W.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Alameda. 

Milton  Anthony,  engineer  City  Wharf,  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av.  nr 
Twenty-eighth. 

Milwain  Alexander,  carpenter,  dwl  SW  cor  Franklin  and  Sixteenth. 

Milward  Joseph,  clerk,  dwl  N  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Cedar,  W.  O. 


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280  OAKLAND       [M  DIRECTORY. 

Miner  A.,  cigarmaker,  dwl  Chestnut  bet  Twenty-first  and  Twenty- 
second. 

Miner  John  M.  (Chappellet  &:  M.),  dwl  SW  cor  Ninth  and  Clay. 

Miner  O.  H.,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R,  res  Sacramento. 

Miner  William,  carpenter,  dwl  Star  House,  W.  O. 

Minor  William,  joiner  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Minnis  Frederick,  clerk,  dwl  S  s  West  Twelfth  bet  Center  and  Kirk- 
ham,  W.  O. 

Mintie  A.  E.,  physician,  dwl  Newland's  Hotel. 

Mires  John  C,  carpenter,  dwl  627  Filbert. 

Mitchell  Charles  T.,  tinsmith  Matthew  De  La  Montanya,  dwl  St. 
Charles  Hotel. 

Mitchell  Edward,  bricklayer,  dwl  E  s  Grove  nr  Sycamore. 

Mitchell  George  H.,  dwl  SE  cor  Fifteenth  and  West. 

Mitchell  James,  farmer,  dwl  West  Fourteenth  nr  Kirkham,  W.  0. 

Mitchell  John  W.,  dwl  West  Eighth  nr  Wood,  W.  O. 

Mitchell  Michael,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Mitchell  M.  J.,  ship  joiner,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine  and  Wood, 

w.  o. 

Mitchell  Samuel,  laborer,  dwl  Fourteenth  nr  Market. 

Mitchell  S.  H,  special  policeman,  dwl  N  s  Fifth  nr  Washington. 

Mitchell  Thomas,  clerk,  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  bet  Market  and  West. 

Mitchell  Thomas,  laborer,  dwl  Union  Hotel,  E.  O. 

Mitchell  Thomas  Addison,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  356  Tenth. 

Mitchell  William  H,  mining,  dwl  N  s  Walton  nr  Telegraph  Av. 

Moffatt  J.  W. ,  dwl  E  s  Poplar  bet  West  Tenth  and  West  Twelfth,  W.  O. 

Moffitt  Frank,  barkeeper  James  Moffitt,  dwl  617  East  Twelfth,  E.  0. 

Moffitt  George,  merchant,  dwl  Washington  bet  Twelfth  and  Thir- 
teenth. 

Moffitt  James,  liquor  saloon,  1052  Thirteenth  Av.,  dwl  617  East 
Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Mohr  Henry,  laborer  James  Dalziel,  dwl  S  s  Caledonia  Av.  bet 
Grove  and  Telegraph  Av. 

Mohrman  Henry,  butcher,  dwl  SW  cor  Seventh  and  Washington. 

Molley  W.  H,  joiner  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Molouney  Thomas,  shoemaker,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

Molton  Edward,  dwl  W  s  Linden  bet  West  Eighteenth  and  West 
Twentieth,  W.  O. 

Molton  Flora  (widow),  dwl  508  Eighth. 

Molton  Floyd,  contractor,  dwl  508  Eighth. 

Momyer  Hemy,  carpenter,  dwl  SE  cor  Third  and  Castro. 

Monahan  Patrick,  car  repairer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange, 
W.  O. 

Monahan  William,  hostler  Tinkham  &  Butterfield,  dwl  368  Eleventh. 

Money han  F.  F.,  farmer,  dwl  W  s  Eighteenth  nr  Adeline,  W.  O. 

Monholland  John,  painter,  dwl  518  East  Fifteenth,  E.  O. 

Monnett  Joseph,  carpenter  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co. 

Montague  James  P.,  captain  tug  boat  Amelia,  565  Fifth. 

Montague  Richard,  dwl  W  s  Filbert  bet  West  Tenth  and  West 
Twelfth,  W.  O. 


Plain  and  fancy  ice  cream  made  to  order  at  GOEDON'S,  469  Ninth  St. 


0. P. S—  Oatmeal  and  corn  meal,  416  Ninth  St.  nr  Broadway— 0. F. S. 


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Montague  E.  W.  Mrs.,  dwl  W  s  Filbert  bet  West  Tenth  and  West 

Twelfth,  W.  0. 
Montague  Samuel  8.,  chief  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  W  s  Filbert 

bet  West  Tenth  and  West  Twelfth,  W.  O. 
Montanari  Jacob,  bootmaker  Cornor  &  Broad,  dwl  403  Ninth. 
Monteith  Andrew,  broker,  dwl  E  s  Brush  bet  Ninth  and  Tenth. 
Montgaillard  Mary  Miss,  dressmaker,  dwl  953  Webster. 
Montgomery  C.  F.,  foreman  Oakland  Transcript,  dwl  516  Sixth. 
Montgomery  F.  A.,  dwl  W  s  Poplar  bet  West  Tenth  and  West 

Twelfth,  W.  O. 
Montgomery  John,  stock  raiser,  dwl  1159  Franklin. 
MONTGOMERY  ZACH,  attorney  at  law,  office  921  Broadway, 

dwl  E  s  Telegraph  Av.  1^  miles  from  City  Hall. 
Montrose  J.  B.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  West  Eleventh  bet  Center  and 

Kirkham,  W.  O. 
MOOAR  GEORGE  Rev.,  professor  Theological  Seminary,  dwl  N 

s  Edwards  nr  Broadway. 
Moody  Horace,  dwl  E  s  Filbert  bet  West  First  and  West  Third, 

W.  0. 
Moon  John  H,  ship  joiner,  dwl  N  s  Atlantic  bet  Pine  and  Cedar, 

w.  o. 

Moon  Walter,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Lyclia  bet  Market  and  Curtis. 

Mooney  James,  dwl  NW  cor  Eleventh  Av.  and  East  Sixteenth,  E.  O. 

Mooney  James,  wiper  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Mooney  John,  sewing  machine  agent,  812  Broadway. 

Mooney  M.  J.  Mrs.,  milliner,  812  Broadway. 

Moor  Ephraim,  trackman,  dwl  Oakland  Trotting  Park  nr  San  Pablo 

Av. 
Moor  G.  W.,  carpenter  C.   P.   R.  R.,  dwl  S  s   Goss  bet  Pine  and 

Wood,  W.  O. 
Moore Mrs.  (widow),  dwl  N  s  West  Fifth  bet  Henry  and  Lewis, 

w.  o. 

Moore  Albert  A.,  district  attorney,  office  County  Court  House,  dwl 

1053  Fifth  Av.,  E.  O. 
MOORE  A.  P.,  books,  stationery,  cutlery,  fancy  goods,  etc.,  SW  cor 

Twelfth  and  Broadway,  dwl  1211  Franklin. 
Moore  Daniel,  conductor  local  train  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  1055  Thirteenth 

Av.,  E.  O. 
Moore  E.  E.,  nurseryman  and  florist  (S.  F.),  W  s  San  Pablo  Av.  nr 

Logan. 
Moore  Frederick,  porter  overland  train  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  West 

Fifth  bet  Henry  and  Lewis,  W.  O. 
Moore  George,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Moore  Henry,  junk  dealer  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  East  Thirty-fifth  nr  Thir- 
teenth Av.,  E.  O. 
Mooi-e  James,  carpenter,  dwl  Fourteenth  bet  Franklin  and  Broadway. 
Moore  J.  F,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine  and  Wood, 

W.  O. 
Moore  John  A.,  painter,  dwl  E  s  Myrtle  nr  Thirtieth. 
Moore  Joseph,  dwl  518  Tenth. 


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Moore  J.  P.,  dwl  W  s  Telegraph  nr  Sycamore. 
Moore  Margaret  (widow),  dwl  518  Tenth. 

Moore  Michael,  liquor  saloon,  SE  cor  Railroad  Av.  and  Cedar,  W.  0. 
Moore  Rachel  L.  (widow),  dwl  E  s  San  Pablo  Av.  nr  Sycamore. 
Moore  William,  carpenter,  dwl  Fourteenth  bet  Franklin  and  Broad- 
way. 
Moore  William  W.,  hack  proprietor,  dwl  414  Sixth. 
Moosler  F.,  bricklayer,  dwl  E  s  Wood  bet  Chase  and  Taylor,  W.  0. 
Moran  George,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Cedar  and  Pine, 

w.  o. 

Moran  James  T.,  salesman  Jacob  Greenhood,  dwl  625  Filbert,  W.  O. 

Moran  John,  laborer,  dwl  West  Twenty-second  bet  Myrtle  and  Mar- 
ket, W.  O. 

Moran  John,  painter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

More  Henry  H.,  dwl  cor  Lake  Av.  and  Jackson. 

Morehead  James  T.,  barkeeper  T.  J.  McDaniel,  dwl  N  s  Wood  below 
Atlantic,  W.  O. 

Moreland  James,  clerk,  dwl  E  s  Market  nr  Fifteenth. 

Moreland  Robert,  salesman,  dwl  NE  cor  Eighteenth  and  Market. 

Moreland  S.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Seventeenth  bet  Cypress  and  Kirk- 
ham,  W.  0. 

Moreton  Henry,  merchant  tailor,  962  Broadway,  dwl  Third  bet 
Franklin  and  Webster. 

Morey  F.,  laborer,  dwl  West  Twenty-second  bet  Myrtle  and  Market, 
W.  0. 

Morey  N.  B.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-eighth  bet  Market  and 
Myrtle. 

Morey  R.  E.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  cor  Twenty-eighth  and  Myrtle. 

MORGAN  BART.,  druggist,  Railroad  Av.  bet  Myrtle  and  Market, 
W.  O. 

Morgan  Charles  F.,  laborer,  dwl  E  s  Lusk  nr  Evoy  Av. 

Morgan  H.  A.,  machinist,  dwl  E  s  Willow  bet  Seward  and  Lincoln, 

w.  o. 

Morgan  Henry  H,  machinist,  dwl  SW  cor  West  Fifth  and  Chester, 

w.  o. 

Morgan  E.  H,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  NWcor  Clay  and  Fifteenth. 

Morgan  Hugh,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  Grand  Central  Hotel. 

Morgan  Jennie  M.  Miss,  adjuster  XJ.  S.  Mint  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Fif- 
teenth nr  Castro. 

Morgan  J.  L.,  laborer,  dwl  Twenty-sixth  bet  Union  and  Adeline. 

Morgan  John  P.,  organist  Trinity  Church  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Harrison 
nr  Fourteenth. 

Morgan  Joseph  S.,  calker  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 

Morgan  L.  Mrs.,  dwl  N"  s  Fifteenth  nr  Castro. 

Morgan  Thomas,  carpenter,  dwl  West  Fifteenth  bet  Cypress  and 
Kirkham,  W.  0. 

Morgan  Thomas  W.,  surveyor,  office  10  City  Hall,  dwl  NW  cor 
Seventh  Av.  and  East  Twenty-first,  E.  O. 

Morgan  William  H,  engineer  Contra  Costa  Water  Works,  dwl  SW 
cor  Twenty-first  Av.  and  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 


The  best  ice  cream  freezers  for  sale  at  GORDON'S,  469  Ninth  Street. 


0.  F.  S .—  Oakland  Feed  Store,  416  Ninth  St.  near  Broadway— 0.  F.  S. 


OAKLAND       [M  DIRECTORY.  283 

Morgenstern  Robert,  bookkeeper-  (S.  F.),  dwl  NW  cor  Fourth,  and 

Jackson. 
Morley  Michael,  carpenter,  dwl  NW  cor  First  and  Harrison. 
Morrell  A.,  millwright,  dwl  Peraltajir  Thh-ty-fourth. 
Morrell  J.  E.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  527  Eighth. 
Morrell  V.,  printer,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  West  Seventh  and  West 

Eighth,  W.  O. 
Morrill  Joseph  L.,  brickinaker,  dwl  Union  nr  Twenty-fourth. 
Morris  Alexander,  carpenter,  dwl  NE  cor  Eighteenth  and  Market. 
Morris  Anthony,  carpenter  and  builder,  dwl  W  s  Linden  bet  West 

Eighth  and  West  Tenth,  W.  O. 
Morris  B.  E.  Miss,  school  teacher,  dwl  S  s  West  Twelfth  bet  Adeline 

and  Linden,  W.  O. 
Morris  Bernhard,  tailor,  964  Broadway,  res  San  Francisco. 
Morris  George,  salesman  E.  Hook,  dwl  NE  cor  Ninth  and  Broadway. 
Morris  John,  dealer  sand,  dwl  SW  cor  Third  and  Castro. 
Morris  John,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Third  bet  Alice  and  Harrison. 
Morris  John  W.,  groceries  and  liquors,  712  Broadway,  dwl  Third 

bet  Jefferson  and  Grove. 
Morris  Louis,  tinsmith,  dwl  603  Franklin. 
Morris  William,  laborer  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  dwl  260  First. 
Morrissey  Catherine  Mrs.,  dwl  SE  cor  Sixth  Av.  and  East  Seven- 
teenth, E.  O. 
Morrissey  Patrick,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  0. 
Morrison  Charles  D.,  mining,  dwl  E  s  Webster  bet  Fifteenth  and 

Sixteenth. 
Morrison  Daniel,  master  mariner,  dwl  662  Washington. 
Morrison  Dolena  (widow),  dwl  E  s  Henry  bet  West  Third  and  West 

Fifth,  W.  O. 
Morrison  H,  carpenter  and  builder,  dwl  S  s  Seward  bet  Wood  and 

Pine,  W.  O. 
Morrison  James  McD.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  E  s  Henry  bet  West 

Third  and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 
Morrison  John,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Morrison  John  E.,  dwl  S  s  West  Fourteenth  bet  Linden  and  Filbert, 

w.  o. 

Morrison  P.  M.,  carpenter,  dwl  705  Franklin. 
Morrison  Richard  M.,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Elm  nr  Plymouth  Av. 
Morrison  Seth,  dwl  W  s  Grove  bet  Eighth  and  Ninth. 
>  Morrison  T.  P.,  farmer,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  West  Eighteenth  and 

West  Twentieth,  W.  O. 
Morscher  Rupert,  carpenter,  dwl  657  Jefferson. 
Morse  Charles  A.,  dwl  NW  cor  Caledonia  Av.  and  Telegraph  Av. 
Morse  David  A.,  copyist  County  Recorder's  Office,  dwl  Franklin  nr 

Thirteenth. 
Morse  Elizabeth  S.  (widow),  dwl  857  Harrison. 
Morse  Henry  N.,  county  sheriff,  office   County  Court  House,  dwl 

Watson  Tract  nr  Lake  Merritt. 
Morse  Isaac  H.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Clay  nr  Fifteenth. 
Morse  Jacob  G.,  driver  Henry  H.  Burrell,dwl  Brown  nr  Telegraph  Av. 


0  I  C  U  E  going  to  purchase  Stationery— try  STRICKLAND  &  CO. 


E.  W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  958  Bdwy,  houses  rented— rents  collected. 


284  OAKLAND       [M  DIRECTORY. 

Morse  J.  E.,  bootmaker  Connor  &,  Broad,  dwl  cor  Eighth  and  "Wash- 
ington. 
Morse  Lorenzo  M.,  farmer,  dwl  S  s  Fifteenth  bet  Market  and  West. 
Morse  Moses  G.,  oyster  and  chop  house,  902  Broadway,  dwl  811 

Washington. 
Morse  Menzo  J.,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Myrtle  bet  Twenty-eighth  and 

Thirtieth. 
Morse  Samuel  D.,  surveyor,  dwl  West  Eighth  nr  Myrtle,  W.  0. 
Morse  Thomas,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  West  Sixteenth  bet  Cypress  and 

Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Morton  Amanda  F.  (widow),  dwl  N  s  Fifteenth  nr  Clay. 
Morton  Edward,  laborer  C.  P.  B.  B.,  dwl  Bailroad  Exchange,  W.  0. 
Morton  Edward  A.,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  West. 
Morton  Elijah,  first  officer  C.  P.  B.  B.  Co.'s  stm  Alameda. 
Morton  James,  gasfitter,  dwl  West  Fifteenth  nr  Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Morton  Joseph,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  bet  West  Eighteenth  and  West 

Twentieth,  W.  O. 
Morton  Joseph,  hairdresser  Briones  Bros.,  dwl  Eighth  bet  Washing- 

ington  and  Clay. 
Mory  M.  M.,  bookkeeper  F.  Barbagelata,  dwl  1070  Broadway. 
Mosca  Ernesta,  hairdresser,  828  Broadway,  dwl  466  Sixth. 
Mosely  George  E.,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  West  Eleventh  bet  Center  and 

Kirkham,  W.  O. 
Mosely  Bobert,  fireman  stm  El  Capitan,  res  San  Francisco. 
Moses  Horatio,  farmer,  dwl  N  s  Adams  Av.  bet  town  line  and 

Fruit  Vale. 
Moses  Hugh,  helper,  dwl  N"  s  West  Seventeenth  bet  Kirkham  and 

Cypress,  W.  O. 
Moses  J.  W.,  watchman  C.  P.  B.  B.,  W.  O. 
Moskiman  Minnie  Miss,  dressmaker,  dwl  W  s  Chester  bet  West 

Third  and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 
Moskiman  Bobert  H,  printer  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Chester  bet  West 

Third  and  West  Fifth,  W.  0. 
Moskiman  William  W.,  printer  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Chester  bet  West 

Third  and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 
Moss  Claud,  deck  hand  Swing  Crew  C.  P.  B.  B.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Moss  Henry,  helper,  dwl  N  s  West  Seventeenth  bet  Kirkham  and 

Cypress,  W.  O. 
Moss  J.,  clerk,  dwl  N"  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  0. 
Moss  Jacob,  express,  dwl  S  s  Brown  cor  Grove. 
Moss  John,  carpenter,  dwl  Twenty-fourth  nr  Linden. 
Moss  J.  Mora,  capitalist  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr  Moss  Av. 
Moss  P.  H,  laborer  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  dwl  362  Third. 
Mott ,  laborer  C.  P.  B.  B.,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Cedar, 

w.  o. 

Mott  Peter  D.,  engineer  C.  P.  B.  B.,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Wood 

and  Willow,  W.  O. 
Motzenbecker  P.,   tailor   (S.   F.),  dwl  SW  cor  West  Eighth  and 

Chester,  W.  O. 
Mould  W.  B.,  bookkeeper,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 


Try  GORDON'S  ice  cream,  it  is  the  best  and  cheapest.   469  Ninth  St. 


0.  P.  S—  Oil-cake  meal  and  ground  barl'y, 416  Ninth nr Bdwy— 0. P.  S. 


OAKLAND       [M  DIRECTORY.  285 

Moulton  Edward,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Linden  nr  West  Twelfth, 

w.  o. 

Moulton  Gary  H.,  agent  Gilarden  Bros.,  res  Alameda. 

Mount  H.  P.,  conductor  C.  P.  E.  P.,  W.  O. 

Mount  James  Harvey,  salesman  Burns,  Whitman  &  Gardiner,  dwl 
410  Tenth. 

Mount  J.  Henry,  clerk  Burns,  Whitman  &  Gardiner,  dwl  1057 
Washington. 

MOUNTAIN  VIEW  CEMETERY  ASSOCIATION,  C.  P.  San- 
ford  treasurer,  office  SW  cor  Broadway  and  Tenth,  cemetery 
E  of  Broadway  2^  miles  from  City  Hall. 

Mouret  Marcelin  (Mouret  <£*  Lanne),  dwl  912  Franklin. 

MOURET  &  LANNE  (Marcelin  Mouret  and  Vincent  Lanne), 
bakery,  912  Franklin. 

Mowatt  Gilbert,  foreman  shipwright  C.  P.  P.  P.  Co. 

Mowe  G.  (widow),  dwl  W  s  Jackson  bet  Twelfth  and  Lake  Merritt. 

Mowell  P.  D.,  dwl  503  Eleventh. 

Mower  Ezra  H,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  West  Third  bet  Center  and 
Cypress,  W.  O. 

Moynihan  James,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  West  Third  bet  Linden  and 
Filbert,  W.  O. 

Moylan  Michael,  coachman,  dwl  913  Madison. 

Mudge  Benjamin  W.,  clerk,  dwl  2086  Webster. 

Mudge  Robert,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  1018  Adeline,  W.  O. 

Mudge  Theodore  A.,  real  estate  agent  (S.  F.),  dwl  2086  Webster. 

Mueller  Constantine,  professor  music,  dwl  E  s  Chestnut  bet  Twenty- 
sixth  and  Twenty-eighth. 

Mueller  Ernest  (Mueller  <fc  Steffanoni),  dwl  San  Pablo  Av.  nr 
Twenty-second. 

Mueller  Louis  M.,  tanner  Frederick  Krumb,  707  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Mueller  &,  Steffanoni  (Ernest  Mueller  and  Achille  Steffanoni),  watch- 
makers and  jewelers,  923  Broadway. 

Mues  Richard,  ship  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av. 
bet  Bay  and  Cedar,  W.  O. 

Muir  Bartley,  sand  dealer,  dwl  721  Franklin. 

Mulcahy  John,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 

Mulcahy  Michael,  laborer  Bates  &  Wales,  dwl  1064  Twelfth  Av. 
E.  O. 

Mulford  Alexander,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Alameda. 

Mulford  David  S.,  carpenter,  dwl  1003  Franklin. 

Mulgrew  James,  teamster  James  Larue,  dwl  715  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Mulgrove  John,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Market  nr  Eighteenth. 

Mulholland  Robert,  farmer,  dwl  E  s  San  Pablo  nr  Thirty-first. 

Mullaney  James,  laborer  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co. 

Mullen  Alexander,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av.  nr  Adeline. 

Mullen  Patrick,  farm  hand  Sterry  Walker,  Piedmont  Spring  Road 
nr  town  line,  E.  O. 

Mullen  Thomas,  laborer,  dwl  913  Alice. 

Muller  Adolph  C,  liquor  saloon,  459  Seventh,  and  Muller's  Garden, 
junction  Telegraph  Av.  and  Shattuck's  Road,  dwl  828  Jackson. 


All  goods  are  sold  at  Eastern  prices  at  STRICKLAND  &  CO.'S  store, 


E.  W.  "WOODWARD  &  CO.,  houses  and  lots  in  all  parts  of  the  city. 


286  OAKLAND       [M  DIRECTORY. 

Muller  B.,  salesman,  dwl  E  s  Wood  bet  Taylor  and  Chase,  W.  O. 
Muller  Jacob,  hamessniaker  Palmer  Bros.  &  Co.,  dwl  962  Grove. 
Muller  John  M.,  house  painter,  716  Broadway. 
Muller  Louis,  cook  Adolph  C.  Muller,  dwl  Cosmopolitan  House. 
Mulligan  P.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  P.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Mullikins  Joseph  D.,  road  overseer,  dwl  N  s  Evoy  Av.  bet  Telegi'aph 

Av.  and  Adeline. 
Mullin  John,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R,  Oakland  Point. 
Mullin  N.  H.,  painter,  dwl  E  s  Short  bet  Cedar  and  Bay,  W.  O. 
Mullin  Patrick,  laborer,  dwl  409  Seventh. 
Mullins  Timothy,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Mulock  G.  W.,  clerk,  dwl  W  s  Myrtle  bet  West  Eighth  and  West 

Tenth,  W.  0. 
Mulow  John,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 
Mulvey  Christopher,  blacksmith  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange, 

w.  o. 

Mulville  N.  B.,  attorney  at  law  (S.  R),  dwl  616  Ninth. 

Mumm  Charles,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Central  Pacific  Railroad 

House,  W.  0. 
Munce  John,  machinist  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Central  Pacific  Railroad 

House,  W.  O. 
Munday  Frank,  laborer,  dwl  W  s  Curtis  nr  Twenty-first. 
Munger  Adolph,  dwl  Linden  nr  Twenty-second. 
M unger  John,  teamster,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  Twenty-fourth  and 

Twenty-sixth. 
Munroe  Seth,  laborer,  dwl  Twenty-second  nr  Curtis. 
Mimsell  James,  insurance  agent  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Madison  bet  Ninth 

and  Tenth. 
Mimson  H,  joiner  C.  P.  R.  R,  W.  O. 

Munson  James  H,  sawfiler,  1110  Broadway,  res  San  Franciso. 
Minister  Thomas,  mariner,  dwl  E  s  Willow  bet  Seward  and  Lincoln, 

w.  o. 

Murdoch  James,  dwl  S  s  West  Fourteenth  bet  Linden  and  Filbert, 

w.  o. 

Murdock  John  C,  clerk  Atlantic  &  Pacific  Telegi'aph,  C.  P.  R.  R. 
Depot,  dwl  962  Clay. 

Murphy  Anthony,  teamster  Burner  &  Young,  dwl  Oakland  House. 

Murphy  Arthur,  real  estate  agent,  dwl  618  Fifth. 

Murphy  Daniel,  car  cleaner  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Brooklyn. 

Murphy  Daniel,  clerk  James  McElroy,  dwl  S  s  Sixth  bet  Alice  and 
Jackson. 

Murphy  Dennis,  cook  Mrs.  M.  Magner,  1021  Franklin. 

Murphy  Rdward,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Murphy  Edward,  Grand  Point  Market,  S  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine 
and  Cedar,  dwl  W's  Cedar  bet  Goss  and  Short,  W.  O. 

Murphy  Ella  T.  Miss,  milliner  Mrs.  M.  A.  Tatterson,  dwl  215  Sixth. 

Murphy  Edmund,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  W  s  Chester  bet  Rail- 
road Av.  and  West  Fifth,  W.  O. 

Murphy  Fanny  (widow),  housekeeper,  680  Seventh. 

Murphy  J.,  carpenter,  dwl  Eland  House. 


Drink  Napa  Soda  and  enjoy  life  and  health.    Agency,  469  Ninth  St. 


0. F. S— Hay,  ground  feed,  and  grain,  416  Ninth  near  Bdwy— 0.  F.  S. 


OAKLAND       [  M  ]       DIRECTORY.  287 

Murphy  James,  carpenter,  dwl  SW  cor  Castro  and  Eighth. 
Murphy  James,  laborer,  dwl  E  s  Telegraph  Av.  bet  Twenty-fifth  and 

Twenty-sixth. 
Murphy  James,  laborer,  dwl  416  Seventh. 

Murphy  Jeremiah  T.,  stair  builder  George  M.  Blair,  dwl  216  Sixth. 
Murphy  J.  F.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 
Murphy  John,  carpenter,  dwl  Star  House,  W.  O. 
Murphy  John,  marble  cutter  Madden  &  Sheedy,  dwl  St.   Charles 

Hotel. 
Murphy  Joseph,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-eighth  bet  Adeline  and 

Market. 
Murphy  Michael,  laborer,  dwl  W  s  Myrtle  bet  West  First  and  West 

Third,  W.  O. 
Murphy  M.  J.,  laborer,  dwl  E  s  Center  bet  West  Ninth  and  West 

Tenth,  W.  O. 
Murphy  P.,  blacksmith,  dwl  West  Seventeenth  nr  Cypress,  W.  O. 
Murphy  P.,  bookkeeper,  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  West  Tenth  and  West 

Twelfth,  W.  O. 
Murphy  P.,  plasterer,  dwl  West  Twenty-fourth  nr  Myrtle. 
Murphy  P.  A,  farmer,  dwl  Union  nr  Twenty-sixth. 
Murphy  P.  A.  (O'Connell  &  Co.),  dwl  SW  cor  Fourth  and  Alice. 
Murphy  Patrick,  laborer,  dwl  E  s  Lewis  bet  West  Third  and  West 

Fifth,  W.  0. 
Murphy  Thomas,  shipwright  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 
Murphy  William,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Murphy  William,  pipe  layer  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  dwl  215  Sixth. 
Murphy   William   C,  laborer  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  dwl    215 

Sixth. 
MURPHY  WILLIAM  S.,  doors,  windows,  blinds,  etc.,  665  and 

667  Broadway. 
Murray  Andrew,  laborer,  dwl  nr  Oakland  Trotting  Tract. 
Murray  Daniel,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  West  Fourteenth  bet 

Linden  and  Filbert. 
Murray  Dennis,  laborer,  dwl  E  s  Myrtle  bet  West  Fifth  and  West 

Seventh,  W.  O. 
Murray  Hugh  P.,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  West  Twelfth  bet  Kirkham  and 

Center,  W.  0. 
Murray  Owen,  janitor,  dwl  652  Jackson. 
Murray  P.,  clerk   (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  West  Eighth  bet  Wood  and 

Willow,  W.  0. 
Murray  Robert  M.,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Elm  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 
Murray  Timothy,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Atlantic  bet  Campbell  and 

Willow,  W.  O. 
Murray  William,  clerk  C.  P.  R.  R,  dwl  769  Fourteenth 
Murtha  Peter,  stonedresser  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Taylor  bet  Wood  and 

Willow,  W.  O. 
Musselman  David,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  W  s  Myrtle  bet  West 

Seventh  and  West  Eighth,  W.  O. 
Myer  A.,  bootmaker,  372  Tenth. 
Myer  William,  tailor  Henry  Deering,  dwl  cor  Franklin  and  Ninth. 


STRICKLAND  <&  CO.,  Books  and  Stationery,  1061  Broadway,  Oakland. 


E.  "W.  WOODWARD  &  CO.,  958  Broadway,  Oakland  Real  Estate. 


288  OAKLAND       [N]       DIRECTORY. 

Myers  A.  H,  plumber  (S.  F.),  dwl  NE  cor  West  Twelfth  and  Center, 
W.  O. 

Myers  F.,  veterinary  surgeon,  dwl  619  Broadway. 

Myers  Frederick  F.,  lime,  plaster,  cement,  and  pipe,  cor  Third  and 
Washington,  dwl  708  Washington. 

Myers  G.,  hairdresser  J.  Bowman,  dwl  721  Sixth. 

Myers  H.  F.  (widow),  dwl  NE  cor  West  Twelfth  and  Center,  W.  0. 

Myers  John,  sewing  machine  agent,  dwl  S  s  Twenty-second  bet  Tel- 
egraph and  San  Pablo  avs. 

Myers  Louis  W.  (Dam  &  M.),  res  San  Francisco. 

Myers  Zeno  K.,  clerk  Kohler,  Chase  &  Co.,  dwl  cor  Center  and 
West  Twelfth,  W.  O. 

Myles  George,  helper  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co. 

Myles  William  T.,  constable  Oakland  Township,  office  814  Broad- 
way, dwl  428  Second. 

Myley  J.  A.,  confectioner,  dwl  405  Ninth. 

Myres  David  G.,  painter,  dwl  NE  cor  Fifth  and  Grove. 

Myrick  Ella  Miss,  teacher  Lafayette  Primary  School,  res  San  Fran- 
cisco. 

Myrick  John  B.,  machinist  C.  P.  R.  P.,  dwl  557  Seventh. 

Myrtle  Charles,  carpenter,  dwl  Tenth  bet  Market  and  West. 


N. 

Naegle  George  Henry,  wood  and  coal,  NE  cor  Sixth  and  Wash- 
ington, dwl  603  Webster. 
Naegle  John  J.,  blacksmith  Klumpp  &  Kuerzel,  dwl  603  Webster. 
Nagle  Edward,  gardener,  dwl  N  s  Sixteenth  bet  Jefferson  and  Clay. 
Nagle  E.  J.,  dwl  W  s  Poplar  bet  West  Tenth  and  West  Twelfth, 

w.  o. 

Nagle  J.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Nallkemper  Henry,  gardener,  dwl  N  s  Frederick  bet  Telegraph  and 

San  Pablo  avs. 
Nally  Michael,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  734  Filbert. 
Nathan  John,  laborer,  dwl  Twenty-eighth  nr  Union. 
NATIONAL  BREWERY  DEPOT,  Cristman  Brendel  agent,  412 

Tenth. 
Naunton  George,  shipping  master  (S.  F.),  dwl  462  Twelfth. 
Naylor  Charles  E.,  clerk,  dwl  SW  cor  West  Twelfth  and  Adeline, 

w.  o. 

Naylor  Ella  Miss,  school   teacher,  dwl  SW  cor  West  Twelfth  and 

Adeline,  W.  O. 
Naylor  Lucretia  Miss,  school  teacher,  dwl  S W  cor  West  Twelfth  and 

Adeline,  W.  O. 
Naylor  Sarah  T.  (widow),  dwl  SW  cor  West  Twelfth  and  Adeline, 

w.  o. 

Neal  Joseph,  painter,  dwl  S  s  Taylor  bet  Willow  and  Campbell,  W.  O. 
Nearney  Dennis,  boilermaker,  dwl  cor  West  Sixteenth  and  Cypress, 

w.  o. 

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OAKLAND       [N]       DIRECTORY.  289 

Nedderman  Bernard,  boot  and  shoemaker,  705  East  Twelfth,  E.  0. 

Nedderman  Henry,  policeman  City  Hall,  dwl  1051  Thirteenth  Av., 
E.  O. 

Needhani  Dwight,  map  dealer,  office  958  Broadway,  dwl  Broadway 
nr  Durant. 

Needham  Gerritt  S.,  teacher  music  Public  Schools,  dwl  W  s  Broadway 
nr  Eighteenth. 

Neely  John  W.,  carpenter  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  N  s  First  bet  Broad- 
way and  Franklin. 

Negas  J.  B.,  yardman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

Nell ,  carpenter,  dwl  921  Broadway. 

Neill  M.  A.  O.  Miss,  teacher  Grove  Street  School,  dwl  1057  Wash- 
ington. 

Nelle  William,  butcher,  964  Broadway. 

Neller  Leopold  (Held  da  N),  dwl  cor  Eleventh  and  Broadway. 

Nelson  Andrew,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Nelson  Charles,  gardener,  dwl  N  s  West  Eleventh  bet  Center  and 
Kirkham,  W.  O. 

Nelson  Henry,  laborer,  dwl  S  s  Eighteenth  nr  West. 

Nelson  John,  trackman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Nelson  Lorenzo,  farmer,  dwl  nr  Oakland  Trotting  Park. 

Nelson  Maria  L.  Mrs.,  dwl  N  s  Sixteenth  bet  Clay  and  Jefferson. 

Nelson  Peter,  plasterer,  dwl  716  Fifth. 

Nelson  Samuel,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Fifteenth  bet  Market  and  West. 

Nesbitt  Jennie  W.  Miss,  teacher  Grove  Street  Primary  School,  dwl 
W  s  Webster  bet  Thirteenth  and  Fourteenth. 

Nestell  Daniel  DeWitt  T.,  physician  and  surgeon,  office  and  dwl  714 
Tenth. 

Neumann  Louis  (Stemitzhj  &  N. ),  dwl  Sixth  bet  Washington  and  Clay. 

Neuweiler  John,  baker  Paul  &  Heyer,  dwl  815  Broadway. 

Newbegin  Charles,  clerk  John  Hodgdon,  dwl  NE  cor  East  Foui*- 
teenth  and  Twelfth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Newcomb  John,  carpenter,  dwl  Wood  bet  Seward  and  Taylor,  W.  O. 

Newcomb  W.,  physician  and  surgeon,  office  1069  Broadway,  dwl 
Grand  Central  Hotel. 

Newcomb  W.  H.,  ship  calker,  dwl  NW  cor  First  and  Webster. 

Newcomb  William,  stableman,  dwl  E  s  Valley  bet  Twenty-third  and 
Twenty-fourth. 

Newell  F.  L.,  farmer,  dwl  Adeline  nr  Thirtieth. 

Newgent  Frederick,  butcher  J.  Woerner,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 

Newhall  S.  L.,  carpenter,  dwl  West  Fifteenth  bet  Cypress  and  Cen- 
ter, W.  O. 

Newhaus  Henry,  turner  Blethen  &  Terry,  dwl  838  Broadway. 

Newhouse  Casey  (Dennen  <£•  IV.),  dwl  613  Broadway. 

Newkoop  Caroline  Mrs.,  dwl  S  s  Sycamore  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Newland  Andrew  (Newland  Bros.),  dwl  Newland's  Hotel. 

Newland  Bros.  (Andrew  and  Edward),  proprietors  Newland's  Hotel, 
NE  cor  Seventh  and  Washington. 

Newland  Edward  (Newland  Bros,  and  Newland  &  Pumyea),  dwl 
860  Washington. 


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OAKLAND       [N]       DIRECTORY.  291 

Newland  Thomas,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  "Wharf. 
NEWLAND  &  PUMYEA  (Edward  Newland  and  P.  Pumyea), 

livery  stable,  462  Seventh. 
Newman  Henry,  gardener  John  B.  Crockett,   S  s  Adams  Av.  bet 

town  bine  and  Fruit  Vale,  E.  O. 
Newman  J.,  cai-penter,  dwl  838  Broadway. 
Newman  Paul  E.,  tinsmith,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Union  and 

Adeline,  W.  O. 
Newsom  Alexander,  carpenter,  dwl  SW  cor  Sixth  Av.  and  East  Six- 
teenth, E.  O. 
NEWSOM    BROTHERS  (John  J.  and  Samuel),  architects  and 

surveyors,  office  1005  Broadway. 
Newsom  John  J.  (Newsom  Brothers),  dwl  SW  cor  Eighth  Av.  and 

East  Seventeenth,  E.  O. 
Newsom  Lavens  M.,  Maple  Leaf  Nursery,  151   East  Twelfth,  dwl 

SW  cor  East  Sixteenth  and  Sixth  Av.,  E.  O. 
Newsom  Samuel  (Newsom  Brothers),  dwl  SW7  cor  Sixth  Av.  and  East 

Sixteenth,  E.  O. 
Newton  Charles,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  Newton  Tract,  Lake  Road 

nr  Lake  Merritt,  E.  O. 
Newlon  John,  laborer,  dwl  Adeline  bet  Twenty-sixth  and  Twenty- 
eighth. 
NEYLAN   JAMES  (Neylan  &  Young,  S.  F.),  lumber,  dwl  S  s  West 

Eighth  bet  Union  and  Poplar,  W.  0. 
Niblack  James,  clerk,  dwl  W  s  Adeline  bet  West  Eighth  and  West 

Tenth,  W.  O. 
Nichols  Andrew  S.,  dwl  SW  cor  West  and  Thirteenth. 
Nichols  George,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  Market. 
Nichols  J.  O,  druggist  Henry  Bowman,  dwl  921  Broadway. 
Nichols  Joseph,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wrharf. 
Nichols  Peter,  rancher,  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av. 
Nichols  Sheldon  K.,  insurance  agent  (S.  F.),  dwl  831  Market. 
Nichols  William,  machinist,  dwl  "W  s  San  Pablo  Av.  nr  Temescal 

Bridge. 
Nicholson   Edward,  carpenter,  dwl  Adeline  bet  Thirty-fourth  and 

and  Thirty-sixth. 
Nicholson  George  J.,  gardener,  dwl  NWT  cor  Elm  and  Grove. 
Nicholson  Isaac  E.,  physician,  office  NW  cor  Broadway  and  Eighth, 

dwl  NE  cor  Eighth  and  Grove. 
Nicholson  J.  C,  dwl  408  Thirteenth. 
Nicholson  J.  C,  merchant  (S.  F.),  dwl  NW  cor  West  Twelfth  and 

Myrtle,  W.  O. 
Nickerson  Daniel,  farmer,  dwl  West  Twelfth  nr  Center,  W.  O. 
Nickerson  Zenas  E.,  bookkeeper  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Lincoln  bet  Wood 

and  Willow,  W.  O. 
Nickerson  Zenas  P.,  carpenter  and  builder,  dwl  SW  cor  Willow  and 

Chase,  W.  O. 
Nickles  Samuel,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Fourteenth  Av.  nr  Market. 
Nickman  K.,  machinist,  dwl  NE  cor  Eighteenth  and  Market. 
Nicol  Peter  (Becht  &  N.),  dwl  cor  Laurel  and  San  Pablo  Av. 


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Nicolas  Joseph,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Nicolson  Joseph,  longshoreman,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-seventh  nr  Grove. 

Niemann  Robert,  grocer,  560  Franklin. 

Nightingale  George,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  0. 

Nightingale  W.  H.,  di'iver  Oakland  Railroad  Co. 

Nikman  Thomas,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-second  nr  Curtis. 

Nippert  John,  upholsterer  "Wilbert  &  Schellhaas,  res  San  Francisco. 

Nisbet  Edward,  gaixlener  J.  L.  N.  Shepherd,  W  s  San  Pablo  Av.  nr 
Temescal  Bridge. 

Nisbet  John,  gardener,  dwl  SE  cor  Eleventh  Av.  and  East  Eight- 
eenth, E.  O. 

Niswander  Jacob  S.,  mining,  dwl  SW  cor  William  and  Wood,  W.  O. 

Niver  John  D.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R,  dwl  N  s  West  Fifth  bet  Filbert 
and  Linden,  W.  0. 

Nixon  Matthew,  miner,  dwl  W  s  Linden  bet  West  Eighth  and  West 
Tenth,  W.  0. 

Nixon  S.,  clerk,  dwl  W  s  West  bet  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth. 

Noare  Andrew,  stableman  Stanford  Stables,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 

Noble  Henry,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-second  nr  San  Pablo  Av. 

Noblett  Robert  (McCleverty  &  N.),  dwl  414  Eighth. 

Noel  David,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Adeline  bet  Railroad  Av.  and 
West  Eighth,  W.  O. 

Noel  David,  farmer,  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av. 

Noir  Frank  coachman  J.  L.  N.  Shepherd,  W  s  San  Pablo  Av.  nr 
Temescal  Bridge. 

Nokes  J.  A.  F.,  manager  Gleeson  &  Fell,  dwl  967  Washington. 

Nolan  A.  Mrs.,  dwl  569  Eighth. 

Nolan  A.  Miss,  dressmaker,  dwl  954  Broadway. 

Nolan  Barney,  plastererj  dwl  NW  cor  Chestnut  and  West  Third, 

w.  o. 

Nolan  Bridget  (widow),  dwl  730  East  Fourteenth,  E.  0. 

Nolan  C,  express  wagon,  E  s  Broadway  bet  Sixth  and  Seventh,  dwl 
Twenty-seventh  nr  West. 

Nolan  Dennis,  blacksmith  Northey  &  McGrath,  dwl  730  East  Four- 
teenth, E.  O. 

Nolan  Edward,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Lincoln  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 

Nolan  James,  engineer  Oakland  Gas  Light  Co.,  dwl  W  s  Jefferson 
bet  Second  and  Third. 

Nolan  Lawrence,  harnessmaker  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and 
Cedar,  W.  O. 

Nolan  Michael,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

Nolan  Stephen,  Bellevue  Nursery,  Telegraph  Av.  nr  Thirty-fourth. 

Nolan  Thomas,  tinsmith,  dwl  Sixteenth  nr  Cypress. 

Nolan  Timothy,  teamster,  W  s  Broadway  bet  Sixth  and  Seventh, 
dwl  709  Clay. 

Nolan  Michael,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange,  W.  O. 

Noll  Frederick,  laborer,  dwl  W  s  Telegraph  Av.  nr  Sycamore. 

Noll  Louis,  paperhanger,  dwl  668  Harrison. 

Nolop  Charles,  dwl  408  Thirteenth. 

Nolop  Maggie  Mrs.,  dwl  408  Thirteenth. 


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OAKLAND       [N]       DIRECTORY.  293 

Noonan  James,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Central  Pacific  Railroad 

House,  W.  O. 
Noonan  Martin,  dispatcher  C.  P.  R,  R.,  W.  O. 
Noonan  Mathew,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Atlantic  bet  Cedar 

and  Bay,  W.  O. 
Noonan  William,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Atlantic  bet  Cedar 

and  Bay,  W.  O. 
Nor  C.  H.,  hostler  Cummings  &  Pearson,  W.  0. 
Nor  Hans  G.,  stableman  Tbeodore  F.  Bagge,  SE  cor  Railroad  Av.  and 

Center,  W.  O. 
Norcross  James,  millwiigbt,  dwl  W  s  Division  bet  Cedar  and  Bay, 

w.  o. 

Nordlieimer  Adolf,  jeweler,  dwl  N  s  Seventeenth  bet  Market  and 

West. 
Nordhoff  A.  E.,  miner,  dwl  E  s  Market  nr  Fourteenth. 
Norman  Edward,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Willow  and  Campbell, 

w.  o. 

Norman  H,  laborer,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W.  O. 

Norman  John,  laborer,  dwl  Thirtieth  nr  Magnolia. 

Norman  P.,  carpenter,  dwl  E  s  Wood  bet  West  Eighth  and  Chase, 
W.  0. 

Normand  Josephine  Miss,  domestic  Paul  Laclaverie,  626  Third. 

Normandin  Louis,  teamster  Remillard  &  Bros.,  dwl  NE  cor  Clay 
and  First. 

Norris  F.,  clerk,  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Market  and  West. 

Norris  James  C,  ticket  agent  Oregon  S.S.  Co.  (S.  F.),  dwl  E  s  Har- 
rison bet  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth. 

North  British  &,  Mercantile  Insurance  Co.  of  London  and  Edin- 
burgh (Fire),  Henry  W.  George  agent,  office  1004  Broadway. 

North  Daniel,  pipemaker  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  dwl  Overland 
House. 

Northey  Vernal  S.  (Northey  &  McGrath),  dwl  SE  cor  Eleventh  Av. 
and  East  Fifteenth,  E.  O. 

Northey  &  McGrath  (  V.  S.  Northey  and  James  McGrath),  carriage- 
makers  and  blacksmiths,  803  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

Northrop  Marcus,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  West  Ninth  bet  Center  and 
Chester,  W.  O. 

Northup  Benjamin  C,  ship  joiner  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  SW  cor  Atlantic 
and  Campbell,  W.  O. 

Norton  Charles,  painter,  dwl  N  s  West  Eleventh  bet  Center  and 
Kirkkani,  W.  O. 

Norton  M.,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 

Norton  Thomas,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Thoroughfare. 

Nott  James,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  West  Eighth  bet  Center  and 
Kirkkam,  W.  O. 

Noud  Edward,  butcher,  dwl  W  s  San  Pablo  Av. 

Nouman  Thomas,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Fifteenth  bet  Cypress 
and  Kirkkani,  W.  O. 

Nourse  George,  attorney  at  law  (S.  F.),  dwl  NW  cor  Oak  and  Four- 
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Nowottny  Ernest  (Nowottny  <b  Grabs),  dwl  E  s  Wood  bet  Railroad 

Av.  and  William,  W.  0. 
NOWOTTNY  &    GRABS,  Fulton  Market,  S  s  Railroad  Av.  bet 

Wood  and  Pine,  W.  O. 
Noyes  Charles,  brakeman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  Oakland  Ferry  Wharf. 
Noyes  John  H.,  carpenter,  dwl  NW  cor  Twentieth  Av.  and  East 

Sixteenth,  E.  O. 
Noyes  William,  upholsterer  Schreiber  &  Meyer,  dwl  W  s  Telegraph 

Av.  nr  Seventeenth. 
Noyes  William  T.,  carpenter,  dwl  NE  cor  Twentieth  Av.  and  East 

Sixteenth,  E.  O. 
Nugent  Charles,  clerk  William  S.  Searing,  dwl  953  Washington. 
Nugent  John,  laborer,  dwl  416  Seventh. 
Nugent  John  F.  Rev.,  pastor  St.  Anthony's  R.  C.  Church,  dwl  N  s 

East  Fifteenth  bet  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth  avs,  E.  O. 
Nugent  S.  S.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Market  and  West. 
Nulting  Frank,  laborer,  dwl  Sixteenth  bet  Cypress  and  Kirkham, 

w.  o. 

Nun  George,  tinsmith,  dwl  N  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Cedar,  W.  O. 
Nunenmacher  Robert,  gardener,  dwl  SW  cor  Second  and  Harrison. 
Nunes  Franklin,  fanner,  dwl  Magnolia  nr  Thirty-fourth. 
Nye  Stephen  G,  county  judge,  office  County  Court  House,  res  San 
Leandro. 

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O'Beirne  John,  dwl  958  West  Third,  W.  O. 

O'Beirne  Joseph  F.,  commissioner  U.  S.  Circuit  Court  (S.  F.),  dwl 
958  West  Third,  W.  O. 

O'Brien  Ann  (widow),  dwl  E  s  Linden  bet  Twenty-eighth  and  Thir- 
tieth. 

O'Brien  Bridget  (widow),  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Cedar,  W.  O. 

O'Brien  D.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R,  W.  O. 

O'Brien  Edward,  student,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Cedar,  W.  O. 

O'Brien  James,  cook,  dwl  368  First. 

O'BRIEN  J.  J.  &,  CO.  (Thomas  Foster),  dry  goods,  SW  cor  Broad- 
way and  Thirteenth. 

O'Brien  John,  bootmaker,  dwl  1021  Franklin. 

O'Brien  John,  laborer,  dwl  417  Second. 

O'Brien  M.,  farm  hand,  dwl  Magnolia  nr  Thirtieth. 

O'Brien  Michael,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  West  Seventh  bet 
Pine  and  Cedar,  W.  O. 

O'Brien  Michael,  tailor,  dwl  NE  cor  Seventh  and  Clay. 

O'Brien  M.  V.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Railroad  Av.  nr 
Cedar,  W.  O. 

O'Brien  Nicholas,  horseshoer  King  &  Williams,  dwl  Webster  nr 
Seventeenth. 

O'Brien  William,  clerk,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Cedar,  W.  O. 

O'Connell  Bridget  Miss,  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  West. 

O'Connell  Hugh,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  415  Seventh. 


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OAKLAND       [O]       DIRECTORY.  295 

O'Connell  James,  proprietor  Central  House,  415  Seventh. 

O'Connell  Margaret  (widow),  dwl  N  s  William  bet  Willow  and  Wood, 
W.  0. 

O'Connell  Morris,  laborer,  dwl  719  Linden,  W.  O. 

O'Connell  Patrick,  laborer,  dwl  W  s  Lusk  nr  Evoy  Av. 

O'Connell  Peter,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  415  Seventh. 

O'Connell  P.  J.  (O'Connell  &  Co.),  dwl  915  Grove. 

O'Connell  William,  laborer  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  dwl  213  Sixth. 

O'Connell  William,  salesman  Schrieber  &  Meyer,  dwl  cor  Eighth  and 
Harrison. 

O'CONNELL  &  CO.  (P.  J.  O'Connell  and  P.  A.  Murphy),  impor- 
ters, jobbers,  and  retailers  dry  good,  1002  Broadway. 

O'Conner  P.,  blacksmith  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Central  Pacific  Railroad 
House,  W.  O. 

O'Connor  Cornelius,  laborer,  dwl  408  Fifth. 

O'Connor  Frank,  barkeeper,  dwl  677  East  "Twelfth,  E.  O. 

O'Connor  Francis  J.,  tinsmith,  dwl  1175  Sixteenth  Av.,  E.  O. 

O'Connor  J.,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  O.  P. 

O'Connor  John,  dwl  1175  Sixteenth  Av.,  E.  O. 

O'Connor  L.  J.,  dwl  N  s  West  Twelfth  bet  Filbert  and  Myrtle,  W.  O. 

O'Connor  Margaret  Miss,  launch-ess  C.  Partenscky,  N  s  Twelfth  bet 
Center  and  Kirkham,  W.  O. 

O'Connor  Patrick,  helper  C.  P.  R.  R,  W.  O. 

O'Connor  Timothy,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

O'Day  Daniel,  hostler  Amos  White,  dwl  E  s  Peralta  bet  Twenty- 
fifth  and  Twenty-sixth,  W.  O. 

O'Dea  Edmund,  blacksmith  Patterson  H.  McGrew,  dwl  1051  Thir- 
teenth Av.,  E.  O. 

O'Donald  Daniel,  quarryman  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co. 

O'DonneU  Cornelius,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R,  W.  O. 

O'Donnell  Neal,  laborer,  dwl  Union  Hotel,  E.  O. 

O'DonneU  Thomas,  laborer,  dwl  724  Filbert. 

O'Gare  Thomas,  section  foreman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  Railroad  Exchange, 
W.  O. 

O'Hagan  Michael,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel. 

O'Hara  Michael,  fireman  Grand  Central  Hotel. 

O'Keeffe  Daniel,  shoemaker,  681  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

O'Mara  D.,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  W.  O. 

O'Neal   John,  plumber,  dwl  N  s  Chase  bet  Willow  and  Campbell, 
W.  O. 

O'Neil  M.  A.  Miss,  teacher  Grove  Street  Primary  School. 

O'Neil  Martin,  laborer,  dwl  E  s  Chestnut  bet  West  First  and  West 

Third,  W.  O. 
O'Neil  Moses,  deck  hand  C.  P.  R.  R.  Co.'s  stm  Thoroughfare. 
O'Neil  Owen,  laborer  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co. 
O'Neil  Thomas  (Diify  <&  O'Neil),  dwl  379  Ninth. 
O'Neill  Charles,  real  estate,  dwl  765  Clay. 
O'Neill  Edmund,  dwl  N  s  Short  cor  Cedar,  W.  O. 
O'Neill  Eugene,  draftsman  Union  Iron  Works  (S.  F.),  dwl  N  s  Short 
nr  Cedar,  W.  O. 


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O'Neill  James  J.,  hackman  Newland  &  Pumyea,  dwl  462  Seventh. 

O'Neill  John,  laborer,  dwl  415  Seventh. 

O'Neill  John,  painter,  dwl  1021  Franklin. 

O'Neill  John  H.,  laborer,  dwl  cor  Twenty-second  and  Curtis. 

O'Neill  Mary  Miss,  dwl  San  Pablo  Av.  nr  Twenty-second. 

O'Neill  Patrick,  laborer,  dwl  416  Seventh. 

O'Rourke  John,  bootmaker,  713  Broadway. 

O'Shea  J.  J.,  gasfitter  and  plumber,  1109  Broadway,  dwl  Ninth  bet 

Grove  and  Castro. 
O'Sullivan  James,  laborer  C.  P.  R.  P.,  dwl  E  s  Sixteenth  Av.  bet 

East  Fourteenth  and  East  Fifteenth,  E.  O. 
O'Sullivan  T.  J.,  laborer,  dwl  Overland  House. 

Oak  Grove  Tannery,  John  S.  Derby  proprietor,  861  East  Twelfth,  E .  0 . 
Oakes  Charles,  mariner,  dwl  E  s  Goss  nr  Bay,  "W.  O. 
Oakes  Charles,  teamster  Schreiber  &  Meyer,  dwl  West  Third  bet 

Chester  and  Henry,  W.  O. 
Oakes  D.  B.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood, 

W.  O. 
Oakes  George,  printer,  dwl  962  Clay. 
Oakes  George  W.,  salesman  E.   Hook,   dwl  N  s  West  Third  bet 

Chester  and  Henry,  W.  O. 
Oakes  Samuel,  carpenter,  dwl  W  s  Short  bet  Goss  and  Division, 

w.  o. 

Oakland  Artificial  Stone  Manufactory  Co.,  works  SW  cor  Second  and 

Franklin. 
OAKLAND  BANK  OF  SAYINGS,  P.  S.  Wilcox  president,  F. 

W.  Gill  cashier,  915  Broadway. 
OAKLAND  BENEVOLENT  SOCIETY,  W.  H.  Jordan  secretary, 

921  Broadway. 
OAKLAND    BREWERY,  Cramm  &  Dieves  proprietors,  NE  cor 

Telegraph  Av.  and  Durant,  office  NE  cor  Broadway  and  Ninth. 
Oakland,   Brooklyn  &  Fruit  Yale   R.  R.  Co.,  Leander  Wintringer 

superintendent,  office  E  s  Sixth  Av.   bet  East  Eleventh  and 

Twelfth,  E.  O. 
OAKLAND  CARRIAGE  MANUFACTORY,  M.  W.  Allen  prop- 
rietor, SE  cor  Tenth  and  Franklin. 
OAKLAND  CITY  FLOUR  MILLS,  Babcock  &  Gould  proprietors, 

Third  bet  Broadway  and  Franklin. 
Oakland  Co.  (Chinese),  manufacturers  cigars  and  dealers  tobacco,  466 

Seventh. 
OAKLAND   DIRECTORY,  Henry  G.  Langley  publisher,  office 

959  Broad wav. 
OAKLAND  GAS  LIGHT  COMPANY,  H.  F  ~xaight  president, 

Joseph  G.  Eastland  secretary,  office  467  fc^cond,  works  NE  cor 

First  and  Washington. 
OAKLAND  FEED  STORE,  Landon  &  Co.  proprietors,  414  and 

416  Ninth. 
Oakland  Guard  Armory,  804  Broadway. 

Oakland  Home  School  for  Young  Ladies,  Miss  H.  N.  Field  princi- 
pal, S  s  Twenty -first  bet  Telegraph  and  San  Pablo  avs. 


Fresh  milk  cream  and  butter  milk,  wholesale  and  retail  at  469  Ninth. 


0.  P.  S—  Oatmeal  and  com  meal,  416  Ninth  St.  nr  Broadway— 0.  F.  S. 


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OAKLAND  ICE  DEPOT,  J.  S.  G.  Gordon  proprietor,  469  Ninth. 
OAKLAND  IRON  WORKS,  Ives  Scoville  &  Co.,  proprietors,  511 

Second  nr  Washington. 
OAKLAND    JOURNAL    (German    weekly),    Oakland    Journal 

Company  proprietors,  office  911  Broadway. 
OAKLAND  LIBRARY,   Ina  D.   Coolbritk  librarian,  N  s  Four- 
teenth bet  Washington  and  Clay. 
OAKLAND   LUMBER   YARD,  Samuel  Merritt  proprietor,  foot 

Washington. 
Oakland  Marble  Works,  William  Gross  proprietor,  Broadway  and 

Fourteenth. 
OAKLAND   MILITARY  ACADEMY,  now  California  Military 

Academy,  Rev.  David  McClure  principal,  N  s  Prospect  Av.  bet 

Telegraph  Av.  and  Broadway. 
OAKLAND    NEWS   (daily),   Oakland  News  Co.  publishers   and 

proprietors,  office  460  and  462  Ninth. 
Oakland  News  Co.,   O.    L.   C.   Fairchild  president,  publishers  and 

proprietors  Oakland  News  (daily),  office  460  and  462  Ninth. 
OAKLAND  PATENT  OFFICE,  John  H.  Redstone  solicitor,  461 

Ninth. 
Oakland  Paving  Co.,  C.  T.  Blake  secretary,  office  924  Broadway. 
OAKLAND     PLANING    MILL,    Burnliam,    Standeford   &    Co. 

proprietors,  NW  cor  First  and  Washington. 
OAKLAND  RAILROAD  CO.,  George  Y.  Loring  secretary,  office 

SE  cor  Broadway  and  Ninth. 
OAKLAND  TRANSCRIPT  (daily),  Bishop  &  Powers  publishers 

and  proprietors,  office  911  Broadway. 
Oakland    Trotting    Park,  San  Pablo  Av.  nr  terminus  San  Pablo 

Railroad. 
OAKLAND  TURN  VEREIN,  hall  S  s  Ninth  bet  Clay  and  Wash- 
ington. 
Oakman  S.  T.,  marble  polisher,  dwl  cor  Fifteenth  and  Cypress,  W.  O. 

Oald ,  sign  painter,  dwl  St.  Charles  Hotel. 

Obenauer  George,  tailor  John  Carter,  dwl  176  Sixth. 

Ober  Elizabeth  (widow),  dwl  Seventeenth  nr  Grove. 

Oberg  J.  W.,  clerk,  dwl  S  s  Taylor  bet  Willow  and  Campbell,  W.  O. 

Obrock  John,  butcher  Louis  Schaffer,  dwl  SE  cor  Sixth  and  Harrison. 

ODD    FELLOWS'    HALLS,    NW   cor   Franklin    and   Eleventh, 

entrance  1059  Franklin,  and  764  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
ODD  FELLOWS'  LIBRARY  ASSOCIATION,  John  Goss  libra- 
rian, rooms  NW  cor  Franklin  and  Eleventh. 
Odell  Daniel,  laborer,  dwl  E  s  Peralta  bet  West  Twenty-fifth  and 

West  Twenty-sixth,  W.  O. 
Odell  George,  carpenter,  dwl  962  Clay. 
Odell  Robert,  carpenter,  dwl  527  Eighth. 
Odlin  Lewis  F.,  mariner,  dwl  Brooklyn  Hotel,  E.  O. 
Oefele  William,  barkeeper  David  Wemmer,  dwl  473  Eighth. 
Offo  Dr.  (Chinese),  physician,  469  Eighth. 
1  Ogilby  Robert  E.,  instructor  drawing  University  of  California,  dwl 

SE  cor  East  Eleventh  and  Tenth  avs,  E.  O. 


Buy  School  Books,  etc.,  at  STRICKLAND  &  OO.'S,  1061  Broadway. 


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Turbine  Windmill 

Is  the  result  of  con- 
stant study  and  ex- 
periment for  many 
years  on  the  part  of 
the  inventor,  who 
has  devoted  his 
whole  time  exclu- 
|  sivelyto  the  subject 
of  Windmills  for 
eight  years. 

Since  coming  to 
this  coast,  now  over 
two  years  ago,  the 
Inventor     of    the 

TURBINE  has  applied  himself  diligently  to 
thoroughly  adapt  his  mill  to  the  wants  of  this  cli- 
mate, arid  has  made  several  useful  improvements 
to  accomplish  that  end,  and  although  much  im- 
proved, the  mills  have  been  reduced  in  price. 


For  Circular  and  Price  List,  address 


A.  H.  SOUTHWICK, 

P.  O.  BOX  25,  OAKLAND.      1385,  SAN  FRANCISCO. 


Tor  Ice  Cream  Freezers  go  to  J.  S.  G.  GORDON'S,  469  Ninth  Street. 


0.  P.  S.— Whole  barley  and  com,  416  Ninth  nr  Broadway— 0.  F.  S. 


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Ohlig  August,  proprietor  Hotel  cle  France,  417  First. 

Ofle  Frederick,  coachman,  dwl  E  s  Alice  cor  Eighteenth. 

Ogden  George,  baker,  dwl  S  s  Eighteenth  nr  Market. 

Olanie  Julius,  patternmaker  (S.  F.),  dwl   1170  Sixteenth  Av.,  E.  0. 

Olanie  Therese  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  dwl  1170  Sixteenth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Olanie  Xavier,  patternmaker  (S.  F.),  dwl  1170  Sixteenth  Av.,  E.  O. 

Olcise  Frank,  fruits,  nuts  and  candies,  456   Seventh,  dwl  Sixth  nr 

Washington. 
OLDHAM  J.  H,  restaurant,  464  Twelfth,  dwl  473  Eleventh. 
Olin  Ansel  S.  (Carter  <L'  0.),  dwl  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  Jefferson. 
Oliver  Aaron  P.,  carpenter,  dwl  270  Sixth. 
Oliver  A.  D.,  joiner  C.  P.  R.  R,,  W.  O. 
Oliver  James  M.,  hairdresser,  dwl  271  Fifth. 
Oliver  Henry,  engraver  (S.  F.),  dwl  NE  cor  West  Fifth  and  Myrtle, 

W.  0. 
Olliver  James,  porter  C.   P.   R.   R.,  dwl  Sixth  bet  Harrison  and 

Alice. 
Olliver  Robert,  hostler  J.  C.  Trescott,  dwl  405  Twelfth. 
Olmstead  Lewis,  carpenter,  dwl  N  s  Twenty-second  bet  Telegraph 

and  San  Pablo  avs. 
Olmstead  S.  P.,  lumberman,  dwl  553  Seventh. 
Olmsted  John,  proprietor  Olmsted  House,  W  s  San  Pablo  Av. 
Olmsted  L.  H.  Mrs.,  dwl  SE  cor  Franklin  and  Durant. 
Olney  Charles  C.  (Olney  &  Co.),  dwl  1154  Alice. 
Olney  James  IS".  (Olney  &  Co.),  dwl  1154  Alice. 
Olney  Warren,  attorney  at  law  (S.  F.),  dwl  S  s  Prospect  Place  nr 

Telegi-aph  Av. 
Olney  &  Co.  (James  N.  Olney  and  Charles  'C.   Olney),  real  estate 

agents  and  auctioneers,  857  Broadway  and  San  Francisco. 
Olofson   John   P.,  stevedore,  dwl  W  s  Twenty-first  Av.  bet  East 

Twenty-fifth  and  East  Twenty-sixth,  E.  O. 
Olsen  ,  cooper  (S.  F.),  dwl  W  s  Magnolia  bet  Twenty-eighth 

and  Thirtieth. 
Olsen  Andrew,  machine  hand  Pacific  Lumber  and  Mill  Co.,  dwl  611 

Third. 
Olsen  C,  hostler  Cummings  &  Pearson,  dwl  West  Oakland  House, 

W.  O. 
Olsen  Jacob,  laborer  Watson  A.   Bray,  N  s  Adams  Av.  bet  town 

line  and  Fruit  Vale. 
Olsen  John,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Lincoln  bet  Wood  and  Pine,  W.  O. 
Olson  John,  carpenter,  dwl  S  s  Twentieth  bet  Market  and  Curtis. 
Olson  John,  stableman  Stanford  Stables,  dwl  Charter  Oak  Hotel. 
Omey  William  H,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  N  s  Division  bet  Pine 

and  Wood,  W.  O. 
Oppenheim  Frederick,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  dwl  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine 

and  Wood,  W.  O. 
Ormsby  Alfred  W.,  machine  Blethen  &  Terry  dwl  E  s  Myrtle  bet 

West  Second  and  West  Third,  W.  O. 
Oi-msby  Alfred  W.,  jeweler,  dwl  E  s  Myrtle  bet  West  First  and 

West  Third,  W.  O. 


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